Kelly Osbourne has come a long way.
While the Fashion Police alum is killing it these days, the It-girl's road to success wasn't necessarily an easy one. In fact, in her new memoir, There Is No F*cking Secret: Letters From a Badass Bitch, the TV personality opened up about her struggles with drugs and alcohol — and how her addiction led her to being committed to a mental institution for three days.
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On this challenging point in her life, Miz Osbourne revealed:
Kelly Osbourne isn't gay, but she certainly isn't straight either.
For a candid chat with PrideSource, the Fashion Police alum revealed that she identifies as being sexually fluid. Oooh, go on.
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The frank conversation first started out with the 32-year-old expressing her frustrations with celebs who've faked being gay in order to get attention. Miz Osbourne passionately explained:
As the divorce drama between Mel B and estranged ex Stephen Belafonte gets messier and messier, the songstress' friends are vocalizing their support!
Nick Cannon is the latest star to send his former America's Got Talent costar his best wishes!
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Speaking to ET, the MTV personality revealed he's been emailing back and forth with the momma of three amid her latest troubles. He dished:
There's not much Kelly Osbourne hasn't opened up about since being in the spotlight.
Well, except for a secret lyme disease battle, which she recalls came about after she was bitten by a tick back in 2004.
In excerpts from her new memoir, There Is No F*cking Secret: Letters From a Badass Bitch, published in Us Weekly, the 32-year-old detailed just how debilitating it was.
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Suffering from "traveling pain," Kelly said it went on for a whole decade with doctors prescribing her all sorts of pills.
And as someone who had started self-medicating in 2002, it didn't go over well with the recovering addict:
Ozzy Osbourne is walking back his earlier admission that he has a sex addiction.
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The musician spoke to The Times recently and chalked up his adultery last year to his rock 'n' roll lifestyle, saying:
"I'm in a fucking rock band, aren't I? There have always been groupies. I just got caught, didn't I? It was a bump in the road. I bet your marriage has bumps in the road too an' all. In any marriage you grow apart if you don't spend enough time together, and that was part of the problem. I don't think I'm a fucking sex addict."
His rep painted a different picture last year after Ozzy was found to be having an affair with his hairstylist Michelle Pugh.
Then, his affair was immediately blamed on his issues with sex addiction, and it was even said that Ozzy was in treatment for the problem.
The statement read:
Bad blood still lingers between these exes!
As we reported, Mariah Carey had a DISASTROUS performance on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve where her vocal track suddenly cut out, and she stopped trying to fake-sing.
While everyone from Sharon Osbourne to Jenny McCarthy have chimed in on the embarrassing debacle, a person from Mimi's past is giving his (professional) two cents!
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On Wednesday, the Vision singer's ex husband and former mentor Tommy Mottola wrote a letter about Mariah's recent troubles. Surprisingly, he gives Miz Carey some slack and believes the incident could've happened to anyone!
Sharon Osbourne has dealt with her fair share of crises in the public eye.
So the TV personality had nothing but sympathy for Mariah Carey in the wake of the diva's now-notorious NYE performance fail!
On Tuesday's The Talk, the British co-host weighed in on Mimi's performance issues during Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest, and broke down her team's claims that the superstar was "sabotaged" with a bad earpiece.
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While Ozzy Osbourne's wife felt sorry Mariah had to go through "a technical nightmare," she believed the performance could have been salvaged had the songstress explained the malfunction a bit more properly to the crowd.
The 64-year-old said: