Kelly Osbourne opens up about being called fat, and loving her body

Kelly Osbourne looks amazing in the May issue of Glamour Magazine.

In the interview, she opens up about how to have body confidence.

The 27-year-old Fashion Police star looks cute in her fuchsia-colored Miu Miu dress, Solange Azagury-Patridge earrings and Brian Atwood peep-toed pumps.

Kelly accepts who she is:

“I’m the most uncool person on Earth, and I love myself. I don’t want to be cool! I feel good in my own skin because I’ve accepted the fact that I’m me.

“That’s what’s so great about being alive and being on this planet: Everybody’s different.”

Kelly says women need to accept who they are, without trying to be what society considers “perfect”:

“Women are so unforgiving of themselves. We don’t recognise our own beauty because we’re too busy comparing ourselves to other people. No we are not all Gisele Bundchen; we’re not all Beyoncé. But I can tell you even the most beautiful girls in the world have felt insecure. And just seeing the pressure my friends Kim Kardashian and Kate Moss are under makes me never want to even be the prettiest woman in the room. There is no such thing as perfection.”

On her feud with Christina Aguilera, after the singer called Kelly “fat”:

Sometimes it’s other people’s voices you have to shut out. That’s what happened with me and Christina Aguilera, which people don’t understand.

She called me fat for years. One night on Fashion Police I said, F*** you. Now you’re fat too.’ I didn’t say I wasn’t fat. I said, ‘Now you know how it feels’” And I’m sorry, but I stand by that.”

Even though she wouldn’t consider herself ‘skinny’ she’s still happy:

“Even now I don’t consider myself skinny. But I have put a lot of hard work into my body over the years, and in the process, I’ve really learned to love myself.”

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