Kelly Osbourne Loves Being Sober

With her stint in rehab complete, tells The New York Daily News she loves being sober. “Its better than being on drugs,” she said at the American Music Awards. “At least I can remember what I did yesterday.”

Osbourne Housekeeper Arrested For Stealing

Sky News reports that housekeeper Juana Zavala is in police custody accused of stealing Kelly Osbourne’s underwear and other items from the Osbournes’ Beverly Hills mansion.

Kelly Osbourne Happier Than Ever After Cleaning Up

In an article for Us Weekly, Kelly Osbourne opened up about her battle with painkillers, and the effect it had on her personality. “When I was using drugs, I was an egotistical, self-obsessed asshole,” she admitted. “I did whatever I wanted and talked so much sh** about people because I was so uncomfortable with who I was and what I was doing.” But now, the singer/actress is “happier than I’ve ever been, because I’m sober and making decisions that I want to make. And I’m finally having fun!”

Why Kelly Osbourne Took On ‘Life As We Know It’

Globe magazine reports Kelly Osbourne explaining why she took on the role of a fat high school student named Deborah in the ABC series ‘Life As We Know It’. “If you don’t have a flat stomach in today’s society, you’re considered fat,” she said. “If I can help someone who thinks she’s fat and is insecure, and then sees the show and says, ‘Well, she’s overweight and maybe not the most beautiful girl in the world, but she’s cool and people like her,’ then that’s the main reason I took the role.”

Kelly Osbourne Shocked To Be Denied ‘Hairspray’ Role

Sky News reports that Kelly Osbourne was shocked to be turned down for a role in the big screen remake of the John Walters’s film ‘Hairspray’. “They say I have to raise my profile,” Kelly explained. “Like, hello! How much profile do they need?”

Rehab Changed Kelly Osbourne’s Life

In Touch magazine spoke with Kelly Osbourne in a Q&A and asked the actress/singer how she was helped in rehab, where she sought treatment for an addiction to painkillers. “I was insane before going to rehab, and now I am feeling good,” Osbourne said. “After I got out, I started a t-shirt company, I got this show [‘Live As We Know It’], I finished my album – good things just kept happening.” Kelly added, “Addiction is a disease of the mind, and you have it for the rest of your life. But as long as you are in a program, which I am, you will be fine.”

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