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.'
Kelly Osbourne is urging her fans to stop attacking her ex-fiance Luke Worrall online, insisting she's still friends with the man who broke her heart. Osbourne split from the model in early July after discovering he had been cheating on her and she took to Twitter to attack him but she has since calmed down and written a magazine column in Britain about her break-up.
She insists she's keen to move on with her life and she's urging fans to stop taking aim at her ex in her name. Returning to Twitter page on Tuesday, July 20, Osbourne writes, "please stop bashing luke i dont hate him so why should you? we are still best-friends, just not dating so enough now please thank you!"
"like i have said onwards and upwards from here, thank you guys for all your well wishes/support but lets turn this s**t into a diamond!!!!!"