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Instead of seeing it as condoning the actor, Kelly thinks the quote 'you should just smile and blow me' would make good T-shirts.
In her Twitter page, Osbourne asks her fans to stop attacking her ex-fiance who broke her heart, writing 'Please stop bashing luke i dont hate him so why should you? we are still best-friends.'
'The biggest drug dealers in the world are doctors,' the singer who thought she would be dead five years ago said.
Admitting that at first she wanted to bash Luke Worrall, now Kelly Osbourne says she wants to stay positive.
Saying her life 'could not get any worst', Osbourne is mourning the death of her puppy Woody which actually was a present for Luke Worrall.
Saying that she is not dealing with the break-up very well, the daughter of Sharon Osbourne adds, 'Keeping your head up is not fun.'
After reportedly discovering her model fiance Luke cheating behind her back, Kelly ends 2-year romance with him, saying 'Enough damage has already be done!'
She expresses an interest in playing Sharon Osbourne in the Osbournes biopic which reportedly will go big screen.
'My heart breaks for her, because we used to be friends and I hate to see her in a bad place,' the daughter of Ozzy Osbourne says.
Finding out that she has over 300,000 followers, the daughter of Ozzy Osbourne thanks her fans by tweeting 'i didnt even think that many people gave a s**t about what i have to say.'
The mother-daughter duo led the crowd at the Gay Pride Parade in Los Angeles to chant 'My God loves gays!' in order to drown out the protesters.
Due to the illness, the daughter of Ozzy Osbourne called off an appearance at the Wednesday, June 9 gay pride event.
'There are tree roots growing into our plumbing and there is s**t coming out of the bath tub,' so she tweeted.
Kelly urges press to leave Sharon Osbourne alone because she believes the star deserves respect for her business endeavors, not her look.
The Prince's Trust which has been endorsing the campaign has pulled out its sponsorship because it is spreading wrong message to young girls.