Sunday, November 30, 2008

Sharon talks about Kelly's "engagement"

And she says it's not true! She says that Kelly's always worn rings on her fingers (which is true) and that she and Luke are NOT engaged. I don't post paparazzi videos, so if you'd like to see it, I am sure you know where to find it.

Sharon also comments that the Osbourne's show will be nothing like Rosie O Donnell's variety show and she was sad to hear that it was already canceled.

There you have it!

Friday, November 28, 2008

Interesting Kelly article

Entertainer Kelly Osbourne submits to a little light therapy. By Kate Weinberg

Patient notes:

Age: 24
Job: Entertainer
Last book read: My Vintage Summer by Jane Elmor
Last film seen: The Dark Knight
Last music heard: Day Too Soon by Sia
Last dose of live culture: Moving to LA.

Patient examination:

What, in human history, do you wish had never been invented?
Religion. Because it is the background to almost all the wars this world has ever had. In the wrong hands it causes so much destruction.

If you could choose which century to be born in, what would it be?
In the 19th century at the time of Jack the Ripper, because I would have loved to solve the mystery of who he was. Ideally, I would mix in a bit of the atmosphere from the swinging Sixties, when people had more of a say for themselves and stood up for who they were.

What is your definition of love?
I don't think you ever figure that out. But I know it's the most important thing in the world and a feeling you get in your stomach. But there are so many different kinds of love – the feelings I have for my dog, or my brother, or my boyfriend – that I don't think it can be defined.

What is your fantasy other job?
Working with children, having a nursery – because I relate to children particularly well.

If you had to represent your country in international competition, what would it be for?
When I was younger, everyone said I could have been a gymnast. I am double-jointed and very flexible, but on the other hand I can't stand the way gymnasts often get thick necks.

What cliché most applies to you or your life?
"What goes around comes around."

What has been your greatest discovery online?
A recent video I watched on YouTube, Scarlet takes a tumble ( You don't know whether to laugh or feel sorry for her.

Who, in the whole of history, would you most like to sit next to on a long-haul flight?
My boyfriend, Luke Worrall. If I'm with him I don't mind if I'm in economy or on the wing.

How would you best like to be remembered?
As the funniest girl you ever met.

Which public figure/s do you think is/are most overrated?
WAGS [wives and girlfriends of football stars]. I find it disheartening when you hear that most girls between the ages of five and 15 say that's what they want to be when they grow up. If it happens, then it's fine, but don't strive to be one.

Name something or someone you truly believe in.
I believe in myself because when you don't is when things start to go wrong.

If you had to be stranded, where in the world would you want it to be?
In my bedroom, in my bed, with a take-out, watching a great movie.

Our diagnosis:

You are a smart, level-headed young woman who has a big heart, but perhaps you could do with broadening your horizons. You have a rather Western sense of self, your view of history is locked within your own time zone and, while you may be happy to say "What goes around, comes around", your notion of religion doesn't much allow for karma. So for someone who says her last dose of live culture was moving West to Los Angeles, here is some inspiration from the East.

Our prescription :

Recommended film: Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (1999)
Jim Jarmusch directs this brooding, hip film about a stoical hit man (Forrest Whitaker) who finds solace in the text of Hagakure: The Book of the Samurai. Divided up into chapters from the guide, the film demonstrates that the mystical values of a thousand years ago are more relevant than ever to the modern age. (PS: the soundtrack is by Wu-Tang Clan's RZA, who worked with your dad Ozzy on the album Prince of Darkness.)

Recommended book: The Wind-up Bird Chronicle by Haruki Murakami (1997)
Poor Toru Okada. First he loses his job, then his cat and finally his wife. Steeped as he is in Western culture, his search for his lost ones draws him into a most un-Western detective story, with a bizarre cast of characters and a repeating theme of wartime Japanese atrocities. Murakami is a master of disturbing, elliptical prose that has given him cult status, and this novel, his best, explores the enigma of Japanese society at the end of the 20th century.

Recommended music: Dragon Songs by Lang Lang (plus DVD, 2007)
In this album, the flamboyant piano virtuoso Lang Lang returns to his native China. But all the pieces, not least the evocative Yellow River Concerto, are very accessible, most merging traditional Chinese instruments and melodies with Western classical music. So tuck yourself up in bed, get yourself a takeaway, and add a bit of yin and yang to your life.


Very nice, very candid interview. I'm not sure if this is recent or a few months old, but I thought I would post it as I just found it!

Kelly's Virgin Media ad!

It's short, but very cute!

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Just a few small notes!

Hey everyone! A few things I'd like to address:

I'm aware there are rumors out there of Kelly being engaged to Luke, but until I hear it from her mouth or from her PR or the Osbourne's PR, I won't be posting articles or anything about it on here. I want this blog to be news only, no rumors as it can be very annoying.

I also wanted to say that I still have not gotten the December issue of Elle UK. I thought I could have by now, but so far only the November issue is out, so all I ask is for you to be a little more patient!

Picture updates will be coming today!