"I think it's nonexistent now. I think they both said what they needed to say and they're both doing great things," Brad Goreski says

By Alexandra Hurtado and Michele Corriston
Updated September 10, 2015 01:25 PM
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After a rocky year, Fashion Police returned to the air last month – and now co-hosts Melissa Rivers and Brad Goreski are clearing the air about tensions between Giuliana Rancic and Kelly Osbourne.

Osbourne, 30, quit the E! series in February after Rancic, 41, came under fire for saying singer/actress Zendaya’s dreadlocks at the Oscars looked like they smelled of “patchouli oil” or “weed.” (She later apologized.) Ever since, there has been no love lost between the former friends, with Osbourne calling Rancic a liar in a recent interview and a source close to Rancic telling PEOPLE she thinks her “disparaging remarks” are “so ridiculous.”

“I think it’s nonexistent now. I think they both said what they needed to say and they’re both doing great things,” Goreski, 38 told PEOPLE of their beef Wednesday night at E!’s New York Fashion Week party at the Standard Biergarten. “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 to much to celebrate on her own that I think we all just kind of need to move on, baby!”

The stylist still works with Rancic on Fashion Police and said he is close with Osbourne: “I love Kelly. We’re still friends, so I still talk to her, and she’s going great things on her own and I’m really proud of her. Really happy for her.”

Rivers, 47, is also on good terms with both women – and over all the drama.

“That’s seriously not even something that I even think about,” she told PEOPLE, laughing. “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.”

“I get along with everybody,” she added. “I’m like, ‘Eh, I just want to go to work.”

But there’s one thing Rivers knows for sure: her late mother, original Fashion Police host Joan Rivers, would have been proud of her getting in front of the camera for this season’s premiere.

“I think my mom would have liked it,” she said. “You know, I think she’d be happy.”