Kelly Osbourne shot to stardom in 2002 when she starred alongside her family on their hit reality show, The Osbournes! And, in an exclusive interview with HollywoodLife, the 36-year-old opened up about the possibility or her and her family rebooting the show together.
“It wouldn’t be The Osbournes if we weren’t all on it. In all honesty, I thought these conversations were put to one side and today is the first I’m hearing of it, so I don’t know if it’s — and I haven’t spoken to anyone — so I don’t know if it’s media making it up, or if it’s real,” the host of The Kelly Osbourne and Jeff Beacher Show podcast shared.“In early February we were in talks but then we all decided maybe we’re not ready for it and we kind of stopped and so, as far as I knew, the conversations had stopped until today when they said that in the media, so I have to find out myself. I don’t know. It could really be happening,” she added with excitement.
“We’ve gone back and forth and back and forth on it,” Mrs. O dished. “You never say never.” The Osbournes! aired on MTV from 2002 and 2005, and introduced the world to the Black Sabbath frontman’s family: wife and manager Sharon, and their teenagers, Kelly and Jack Osbourne. Their eldest daughter, Aimee Osbourne, declined to star on the show.
If the rumors are real and the show does return viewers will get to see a “whole new version” of Kelly, who told HollywoodLife she feels very different after dropping 90 pounds.
“I’m just starting to realize, you know how … unless you see someone in person you don’t really know what their body looks like? It was kind of like that for me in the sense that I didn’t realize how small my frame actually was,” she shared.
“I fit into 12 to 13-year-olds clothing, so I have to get a lot of my t-shirts from the children’s section, and trying to find stores that have a good petite section is hard.” Kelly revealed that one of her favorite places to shop was the UK department store TopShop, however finding trousers that fit her was a struggle. “I had to cut a foot off and then if I don’t do that or find ones that are meant to be cut above the ankle then they’ll be full length on me.”
She added, “I really struggle to find things that fit me, but I also had this whole body dysmorphia thing where it was like, ‘You can’t wear a dress. You can’t shave your legs. You can’t do this.’ And I actually got styled the other day and they put me in a pink dress and I was like, ‘Oh, this is nice!’ So I’m finally leaving my little prison of you can’t wear that kind of thing and exploring my options and it’s fun.