It appears the feud between former “Fashion Police” hosts Kelly Osbourne and Giuliana Rancic is finally over. The pair, neither of whom currently appear on the popular E! fashion-commentary show, were at odds over off-color comments Rancic, 41, made about teen actress Zendaya Coleman’s dreadlocks during the 2015 Oscars. Since then, both have made snide remarks about one another during interviews, but it seems they may be ready to put the past behind them.

According to People magazine, remaining cast members, Melissa Rivers and Brad Goreski, claim there is no longer any tension between the former co-hosts. Goreski, 38, told the publication he felt they had both said their peace and were done with it. He added that outsiders were fueling the feud and making it seem far worse than it was.

“I think it’s nonexistent now. I think they both said what they needed to say and they’re both doing great things,” he told the magazine. “I think we’re all a little too obsessed with feuds and ugly things going on between people, and we have so much to celebrate with the show, and Kelly has too much to celebrate on her own that I think we all just kind of need to move on, baby!”

Rivers, 47, echoed his sentiments, telling People it’s “not even something” she thinks about anymore. She told the publication she had been asked about the conflict so many times she felt as though she needed a lawyer to step in and say, “‘Asked and answered.’” Rivers shared that she reached out to Rancic and Osbourne, 30, about attending E!’s New York Fashion Week party, where the interviews took place, as well as planning another party, but they just couldn’t make it work at the time.

“I feel like I’m at a judiciary hearing where my lawyer needs to stand up and say, ‘Asked and answered.’ Giuliana isn’t here tonight because [her son], Duke, had his first day of school on Tuesday. I talked to Kelly. We were going to try to go to a party last week at home. My son [Cooper] started 9th grade. Brad is just Brad. Everyone else has all these lives outside of that,” she said. “I get along with everybody. I’m like, ‘Eh, I just want to go to work.’”

As we previously reported, Osbourne quit “Fashion Police” in February. She warned the network, as well as her Twitter followers, that she was considering leaving the series after Rancic’s comments which she, and some viewers at home, perceived as racist. Rancic eventually issued an apology, which Coleman, 19, accepted. Unfortunately, it was not enough to convince Osbourne to stay. Rancic announced on July 8 that she, too, would be leaving the show.