Kelly Osbourne’s charm is at it again.
Known for saying hilariously ostentatious things, this time her rant is on children. Photographed with boyfriend Matthew Mossheart for Cosmopolitan magazine, she was asked several questions, one of which was whether she wanted children.
”I do want babies, but I don’t want a great big vagina,” says Osbourne. Sure thing, Kelly!
On another note, when asked about her boyfriend, she was gleeful in stating: “He just wants to love me, and I just wanted to be loved by him. Every single other guy I’ve dated has wanted something from me. They’d call people I know and ask for favors. I’d have to say, ‘Trust me. Telling someone you are my boyfriend isn’t going to get you very far’.”
In regards to her well known Lady GaGa dispute, Kelly was honest and to the point. “I loved Lady GaGa. I totally believed in everything she stood for, until I realized she’s a great big hypocrite. Don’t say, ‘When you see bullying, intervene’, while letting your fans send me death threats. If my fans did that, I would not stand for it,” she said.
"You can say whatever you want with your millions of monsters. I know the truth. Your bells and whistles mean nothing to me. You’re feeding on the freaks and geeks to further your career? Do you really care about the gay community? Because if you did, you’d stand up for it more than you do."
Even getting involved was Kelly’s mother, Sharon Osbourne, who addressed Lady GaGa in an open letter asking her to ‘get involved’ with her fans’ cyber-bullying as GaGa is a youth activist.
To all this, GaGa responded with her own open letter:
While I wish you had reached out to me personally, as the head of the Born This Way foundation with my mother Cynthia, we would like to respond. Every day, through my music and public voice I choose to be positive and work towards a kinder and braver world with our community of followers. I encourage them to ignore criticism, stand up to bullies, know their own value and see that we are all the same and no one person is worth more than another. I know I’m perceived as a wild child, but in reality, I am woman that deeply cares for humanity. I have empathy for you, Kelly, but I feel it culturally important to note that you have chosen a less compassionate path. Your work on E! with the Fashion Police is rooted in criticism, judgment, and rating people’s beauty against one another. “Appearance” is the most used reason for bullying in the world. Your show breeds negativity, and over the years has even become comedic in nature. It glorifies you and Joan Rivers pointing in the camera, laughing, and making jokes about artists and celebrities as if we are zoo animals. What about your body revolution? It used to make me truly sad when I would hear people talk about your weight when you were younger, as I was bullied too. To see you blossoming into a beautiful slender woman who makes fun of others for a living is astounding. Why not help others? Why not defend others who are bullied for their image and share your story? I am pointing this out not to take a crack at your character, as we’ve met before and you’re lovely. However, I urge you to take responsibility and accountability for the example that you are setting for young people. They look up to you because you are famous, and if you treat others that way on TV, many adolescents at home on twitter assume your actions are acceptable: well if she does it, why can’t I? I cannot control my fans, and I discourage them from any negativity and violence, because that is wrong and hurtful — and I do feel baldy (sic) that your feelings were hurt. However, we can all do our part in the media to set a standard of respect, compassion, and love. I wish for you to be treated with the kindness and respect that everyone deserves. While some of my fans have learning to do, most of them share the same values as I, and it’s what bonds us together. And that bond is strong.
Gaga and Cynthia.
PS. And to any media or celebrities that happen to find this letter in their path, I hope you, too, consider the power of your voices. Lets work together and make 2013 a year of unity.”
Well then, Kelly, try and make this a year of unity while making sure no deranged GaGa fan shanks you on Rodeo Drive.
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Kelly’s full interview will be published in Cosmopolitan Magazinein their July issue, released June 4th.