Kelly Osbourne turns 32 years old on Oct. 27, and our one wish for the purple-haired star is that she stays sassy! Never one to bite her tongue, she is every bit of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne’s daughter.
Jeremy Scott is generally considered to be the most fun show of New York Fashion Week, and this season was no exception. For Spring 2017, Scott is majorly feeling the ′80s New Wave — and now so are we! Click on for everything you need to know to feel like you were sitting front row.
School’s back in session soon. To get you ready for the first day, here are some celebs who showed off winning back-to-school style.
Kelly Osbourne’s paying tribute to the victims of the tragic Orlando shooting with a new tattoo. Solidarity: "Noun. Unity of feeling of individuals with a common interest or purpose." Individually, we have rights and unique gifts. Together, we have strength and powerful harmony. I have wanted to get this tattoo for a long time. The tragedy in Orlando devastated me and reminded me that every moment of our lives is precious. Every human is precious. Love hard. Live gracefully, authentically and with conviction, respect, purpose and compassion. ...
Kelly Osbourne has evolved from a rock star daughter into a celebrity known for her beauty risks, but make no mistake — she’s still Ozzy and Sharon’s daughter. “I’ve always thought I was the image of my mother… [but] I am so much like my father it’s ridiculous,” Osbourne tells Yahoo Beauty. She thanks her mom for important lessons on beauty and confidence. “The greatest gift she ever gave me was teaching me that it’s OK to be me. Once you understand that form of mental beauty, you care less about the physical appearance part of it. ...
Ashley Graham on stage at the Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit in Philadelphia. Photo: Getty Images Call Ashley Graham what you will: plus-size, curvy, full, real, smoking hot. It’s all true. But while the model is proud to demonstrate that “curvy means sexy,” she is pretty sure that it’s time we all “move beyond labels.”
Since Joan Rivers’ passed away, Fashion Police has been grasping at the trains of celebrities’ gowns walking right passed their place on the red carpet, hoping for an angel sent down by the recently deceased host to save the show. First, Kathy Griffin materialized like a divine dirty talking messenger, but after only seven episodes, found a higher purpose in feminism. Now, rumor has it, that Melissa Rivers, who has served as the executive producer on the E! Network former hit, will step out from behind the camera and serve as panel moderator slash celestial savior. This situation then snowballed, with Kelly Osbourne demanding an apology and subsequently quitting.
Photo: The past year has not been kind to E!’s Fashion Police. The passing of Joan Rivers in September 2014 left an empty seat at the table, the show was taken to task for subjecting smart women to silly stunts like the mani-cam, last week Giuliana Rancic made racist comments on air, and now long-time host Kelly Osbourne is leaving the show. TMZ reports that things were tense on set long before this week’s scandal: “We’re told the tension started over the first episode the cast taped without Joan Rivers. Kelly was unhappy with the way the show was being produced. Producers, we’re told, were ‘up to here’ with Kelly so the handwriting was on the wall.” E! confirmed Osbourne’s immediate departure on Friday evening via the following statement: “Kelly Osbourne is departing E!s Fashion Police to pursue other opportunities, and we would like to thank her for her many contributions to the series over the past five years, during which time the show became a hit with viewers.” Osbourne was one of the initial hosts of the popular show, which dissected celebrities outfits and poked fun at the more fashion forward looks to hit the red carpet, alongside Rivers, Rancic, and George Kotsiopoulos when the series launched in 2010.
"Now, before I start making more enemies and burning more bridges, I just want to thank my good friend whom we all miss, Joan Rivers,” Kathy Griffin opened Monday night’s return of Fashion Police saying. “I thought it was weird she had those gloves that remind me of, like, a porn scene, where the guy goes home and there’s the naughty dishwasher and she only has the gloves.” And when she said she made them herself I was like ‘Yea, no shit,’” she said.