Kelly Michelle Lee Osbourne (born October 27, 1984) is an English actress, singer, fashion designer, model, and television personality. Her family’s reality show, The Osbournes (2002–2005), earned an Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality Program in 2002, and she was a presenter on EFashion !’s Police from 2010 to 2015, where she was a regular from 2010 to 2015. She appeared on Dancing with the Stars in 2009, where she and her professional dance partner Louis van Amstel finished third.
Hildy Gloom was Osbourne’s Disney XD cartoon character from 2014 until 2016. For the past two years, she has also served as a judge on Project Runway Junior and Australia’s Got Talent (2016). As “Ladybug” in Season 2 of The Masked Singer, she made an appearance in 2019.
Plastic surgery rumors are a drug of choice for many people.
This year, she declared that having the gastric sleeve weight reduction surgery done was the “greatest thing” that had ever happened to her, although she denied having any plastic surgery other than Botox in 2018.
A vegan diet and regular exercise have helped her shed her ‘fat’ image, but she is still bitter about some in Hollywood who refused to work with her because she was “too large.”
Shaved hair and goth make-up are no more. Not to mention that she’s shed a whopping 38 kilograms. We’ve got a new Kelly. With her hair longer and more natural-looking outfits, she has undergone a dramatic change in appearance.
Has she had any kind of plastic surgery? I’m curious, too, how she achieved it. Here’s a peek at Kelly Osbourne as she really is, from the inside.
Weight Loss Surgery Procedure
“The finest thing I’ve ever done,” Kelly Osbourne told The Hollywood Raw podcast in 2020 after undergoing gastric sleeve weight-loss surgery in 2018.
Osbourne lost 38.5 kilograms after undergoing the procedure, which, according to UCLA, involves the removal of 75-80% of the stomach. When asked about her decision to have the surgery on a podcast, she said, “It’s a long-term commitment.” “All it does is move you on the correct path,” the reality TV star stated.
A new way of living
Prior to her surgery, Osbourne revealed on the Hollywood Raw podcast that she had to undergo a year of counseling as a preventative measure against “emotional eating” and addiction. Before the procedure, she stated she had to adjust her perspective and just “be glad” about it.
After shedding the weight, Osbourne stated she realized she was bitter about the entertainment industry.
It’s clear to her now that she’ll only work with those she trusts. Because I know who called me obese, I know who didn’t want to work with me [because of that].” That’s something I’ll take with me and store in my mind. You said something about me, and I remember it, and that’s the finest retribution I can have.”
Although everyone praised her for her beauty and complimented her, she revealed in an ExtraTV interview in April that no one ever inquired how she was feeling about it.
Life & Style Magazine has been told by a source that Osbourne walks regularly for fitness and has “embraced her vegan diet.”
Plastic surgery denial
Osbourne’s stunning change has sparked speculation about whether she has undergone plastic surgery. After an Instagram commenter speculated on whether she had touched her face, she vehemently refuted the claims in December, saying she had only had a few injections here and there.
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Rumors about her having had plastic surgery were resurrected after she posted an image of herself in May.
During an interview with ExtraTV in April, Osbourne confessed to relapsing and said that she believed she could handle herself because everything was going well at the time.
On the Knockin’ Doorz Down podcast, she said that after a few days of binge-watching, she realized what needed to be done. The fact remains, however, that no matter how many drinks she has, she will never have a “normal” relationship with alcohol.
Additionally, Osbourne opened openly about her relapse on Instagram, saying that she felt it was necessary to take responsibility for her actions. Sobriety has taught her a lot, and she’s willing to share that with others. According to her, she went to an outpatient clinic and enrolled in a variety of classes to deal with her relapse.
It’s a “miracle” to be able to go 24 hours without using narcotics, she said on the Knockin’ Doorz Down show.