Kelly Osbourne has signed on as a judge for Lifetime’s new kids competition show, Project Runway Junior. The series, hosted by Tim Gunn and supermodel Hannah Davis, will allow teen fashion designers, aged 14 to 17, to show off their talents. The show’s other judges include designer Christian Siriano, winner of Project Runway’s fourth season and Aya Kanai, executive fashion editor at Cosmopolitan and Seventeen.
This will be Osbourne’s first major television gig since her departure from E!’s Fashion Police. Earlier this year, she decided to leave the show after co-host Giuliana Rancic made racially insensitive comments about Zendaya’s appearance at the 2015 Oscars.
Osbourne announced the news via social media. After uploading photographic clues that showed her at Mood Fabrics and hiding behind a dress form, Osbourne posted a shot of herself with her new co-stars.“I’m so excited to finally announce that I’ve joined the incredible Project Runway Junior family!” she said. “We just had the best first day ever!” According to Us Weekly, Osbourne previously hosted Project Catwalk, the UK version of Project Runway, from 2007 to 2008. She also appeared as a guest judge on Project Accessory in 2011.
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