Topic: Kelly Osbourne
If you put Katy Perry’s face on Paula Deen’s head, it still looks pretty much just like Paula Deen. This shouldn’t be able to happen.
“I’m the thinnest I’ve ever been and the healthiest I’ve ever been… The totally insane thing is that I’m a UK size 4 to 6 and people still say I’m fat.” More
The two biggest things I learned from Kelly Osbourne‘s interview with Cosmopolitan Body about her 70-pound weight loss are: 1) that there’s a magazine called Cosmopolitan Body in the UK, and 2) that Kelly Osbourne knows how to give a surprisingly inspiring interview about a healthy weight loss attitude and body image. More
Kelly Osbourne is looking to become a weight loss guru. Ozzy Osbourne‘s daughter has recently been in the news for her svelte figure (which is apparently NOT due to eating food off of differently-colored plates, although it’s still a scientifically-sound strategy) is launching a fitness contest for residents of the UK. She’s teaming up with the producers of the British show Daybreak in order to find three overweight Britons in need of weight-loss help. And it actually sounds like a good example of a celebrity weight-loss contest. More
Kelly Osbourne‘s been getting a lot of attention for her weight loss recently. It’s no secret that she’s struggled with her weight for years, but it looks like she’s finally at a place where she feels happy and healthy. Kelly once said her weight-loss strategy was eating whatever she wants, but it sounds like she has a new one: She only eats food that’s a different color than her plate. Huh? More
I never thought I’d say this, but hooray for Kelly Osbourne!
The 26-year-old reality star who lost over 40 pounds this year says her secret to staying slim is eating whatever she wants. “I’ll eat whatever I want, whenever I want, and if that means I have to work out an extra half-hour, then I’ll do it,” she recently told People. “I won’t ever deny myself food because…I’m never going to be the skinniest girl in the room, so I don’t [care]!” More
This week, 30 Rock comedian Tracy Morgan revealed that he’d had a kidney transplant earlier this month. He’s said to be doing well, but Morgan is hardly the first celeb to suffer health problems this year. A slew of other famous folk have survived major health threats in the last twelve months — and have gone under the knife to remedy of a variety of ailments. More