E!'s Giuliana Rancic went on-air on Tuesday to issue her second apology to Zendaya Coleman for making racist comments about the Disney star's dreadlocks. However, leading body language expert, , tells RadarOnline.com exclusively that it may not have been entirely sincere. “Giuliana goes back and forth between sincere and heartfelt, to just plain angry in her on-air apology,” Wood claims. Click through these 7 photos of the apology along with the expert's evaluation.
"Giuliana was very angry underneath all of her words and the underlying anger is what stood out to me the most," body language expert to the stars Patti Wood claims. "When she says the words 'very heavy on my heart,' the fact that she flung her hands out there shows she was angry. She wants to get out of it and she doesn't actually think it is her fault."
"When Giuliana says the statement 'I want to apologize for the comment I made,' her eyes are shut and her head comes down and she did make a semi bow, which is showing that she is actually humble in this moment," Wood says. "But in her voice, you can hear the anger, as if she was told to do this."
"Listen to the way that Giuilana says, 'Zendaya's hair!' She is stuck on the word hair and that indicates that, to her, it was all about the hair," Wood tells Radar. "The absurdity that all of this was over a comment on someone's hair has dumbfounded her."
Wood tells Radar, "When she said, 'Something that I said last night did cross the line,' she actually meant it. Giuliana realizes that she did cross the line. She got it."
"'I didn't intend to hurt anybody' was, perhaps the most sincere and true thing that Giuliana said during her apology. She really did not intend to hurt Zendaya and is blown away that this is even happening," says Wood, who is the author of Snap: Making the Most of First Impressions, Body Language, and Charisma.
"When Giuliana says, 'How much damage,' she flings her hands out again and it shows that there was actual damage done to her, as well as to Zendaya," Wood says.
"When Giuliana says the last line to the apology, which is, 'Thanks for listening,' she is just flat out pissed-off," says Wood, who has not worked with Rancic.