Kelly Osbourne stopped by The Late Show With Stephen Colbert to promote her new book, but she didn't get to talk about it much. During the beginning of the interview, Colbert was pointing out Kelly's tattoos on her head when her phone started making noise. As she scrambled to reach into her pocket, Kelly said, "Please don't tell me that's my dad texting me right now, sorry."
Colbert couldn't believe what was happening, saying, "Is that literally a text on the show?"
The text was, in fact, from her dad, rock legend Ozzy Osbourne. And like a kid who got caught passing a note in class, Colbert made Kelly read her text aloud to everyone. But first, Kelly pointed out the obvious, warning, "Well, there are some swear words in it."
So Kelly read the text, which started with "High" as Kelly explained, "spelled h-i-g-h." Kelly went on to read the rest of the adorable text, "I just watched you on the tele. I thought you looked and sounded f***ing Awesome. I love you so much, and I am so proud of you. Dada."
While Kelly attempted to Facetime her dada, she explained why she calls him dada. Kelly said, "It's weird when adult women call their father daddy. Do you not think that?" to which Colbert jokingly replied, "I've never been one. I don't know."