Andy Cohen and Guiliana Rancic to Host 'Miss USA' Pageant with Kelly Osbourne
It's that time again, time to bring a bunch of people out on a national stage and judge them. No, I'm not talking about "American Idol." No, not "America's Got Talent" either. Not "The Biggest Loser." It's the "Miss USA" pageant, okay? Yeesh.
Today, Donald Trump and Paula Shugart (president of the Miss Universe Organization) announced the hosts for their annual beauty pageant, and they're with the NBC family: Andy Cohen of Bravo and Guiliana Racic of E! will take on the hosting duties this year.
Cohen is known for hosting Bravo's "Watch What Happens: Live," the late-night talk show that covers all of Bravo's reality TV news, and for being the Executive Producer of hits like The "Real Housewives" shows, "Top Chef," "Project Runway" and several other top Bravo properties.Racic can be found all over the E! channel, as she co-anchors "E! News" and hosts "Fashion Police."
But Racic isn't the only fashion policewoman on the "Miss USA" job. Kelly Osbourne, who also hosts "Fashion Police," will be at the "Miss America" pageant as well, providing color commentary. And knowing Kelly Osbourne, it's likely to be very colorful color commentary.
Cohen, Racic and Osbourne will be taking over the job from Curtis Stone and Natalie Morales, a celebrity chef and "Today Show" correspondent respectively, who hosted last year's competition.
Last year's winner, Rima Fakih, was the first Arab-American and first Muslim to become Miss USA, as she entered the competition representing Michigan. This year marks the 60th anniversary of the pageant, so there should be some special stuff in store this year as well.