December 11, 2020
Kelly Osbourne shared the first-ever picture of herself, a sonogram of her as an infant, Osborne pointed out that she was pulling a hand gesture in the picture.
Kelly Osbourne pointed out that she was pulling the metal horns hand gesture in her first-ever picture, a sonogram, that she posted to her Instagram this week.
She also shared on her Instagram that she had a mishap during a session with her make-up artist that resulted in her having to wear an eye mask to cover the injury as she moved around during the mascara application.
Osbourne took full responsibility for the accident warning her followers that if their make-up artist says don't move then you should definitely not move. She sustained a stretch to the eye while her make-up was putting mascara on her.
Osbourne documented the incident on her Instagram story and found the whole scenario quite funny. Alongside a photo of herself wearing the black eye mask and looking very cool, she said,
"The only good thing about this is that it does look like I could maybe poison you and kick the [expletive] out of you just by looking at you,"
Of course, Osbourne was able to make a protective eye mask look stunning and chic. Her figure has also had a complete change this year as she lost 85 pounds and has been showing it off in figure-hugging clothing!
Osbourne underwent a life-changing gastric sleeve surgery. She said of course that it was not only the surgery but changing her lifestyle with diet and exercise that saw her lose all the weight.
She teased that her dating life has changed and that she was having fun.
She explained her fitness achievements on "The Talk" earlier this year, where she dished too that she had to reject suitors who previously ignored her before losing the weight and toning up.
She teased that her dating life has changed and that she was having fun, and then went on to share that men who she was previously interested in were all now approaching her after the weight loss,
"It was all guys who I had shown interest in before but had all made comments about, 'She's great but she's too fat,' or, 'She's great but.'"
The daughter of Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne shared a "rock and roll" appropriate photo of herself in a sonogram as an infant, where she is pulling the iconic metal horns hand gesture.
Fans commented on the post with the symbol as an emoji as well as another fan posted a hilarious comment saying, "From the womb to the tomb, long live rock!"
She stressed the importance of mental health and explained that she had to change her mind first and be happy before she could put the effort in to change her lifestyle, and change her body.