On her mom’s (Sharon Osbourne) thoughts regarding her purple hair: “She wishes I would go back to blond. She’ll call me, really serious, and say, ‘I think it’s time for a change.’ I’m like, ‘Mom, you have hair the color of a fire engine.’”
On if she’d try her mother’s hair color: “I would look like her mini-me. I tried red once, and I looked like a carrot. I also wouldn’t go too brown, because then I would look like my father. But I’ve tried green, blue, purple, black. The lavender I really like. When I was 13, I had hair the color of gold down to my butt. I had an argument with my mom and yelled, ‘F**k you!’ and chopped off half my hair. My dad could not look at me without pissing himself laughing.”
Kelly Osbourne thought of giving modeling a try – here she is in a new batch of Material Girl ads (Madonna and Lourdes’s line), where she wears tiny and teenage-like outfits that show off her new figure.
We’ve been admiring (or criticizing) the Grammy dresses (and how they look on our celebs’ bodies) for a few posts now, so here’s the last awardy treat for today – in these shots: a super skinny LeAnn Rimes, Kelly Osbourne in purple ruffles, a red-hot and smiley Jordin Sparks, a leggy Jennifer Lopez in a mini number and a black & white Eva Longoria.
50 pounds slimmer Kelly Osbourne continues to talk about her (amazing) weight (loss). Here is what she is sharing this week:
‘I got really fat, because I stopped doing drugs. I had just gotten out of rehab and I had been living in America again.
I went to a doctor about having a gastric band because that is what my Mum did and I asked my Mum to take me.Â was just too terrified to do it. I just thought it would make me miserable if I did have it because you can’t eat anything, five bites and then you are full. Â Where is the fun in that? It’s boring. I want to be able to have a massive roast dinner if I want one.’
I’m a girl, girls are never happy with the way they look. There is always something that you want to change but I will say that this is the most content that I have ever been in my life.’