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True Osbourne style
on 6 April 2014
I love The Osbournes because they're honest and embody the phrase "nobody's perfect". Kelly is no exception and this book makes me respect and understand her that bit more. It was hard to read about the substance misuse problems, my impression was Kelly was lost in the lifestyle of LA and the newfound fame The Osbournes brought her, and she was a young girl who was from England and didn't automatically fit in at school.
What warmed Kelly even more to me was that she wasn't afraid to admit she screwed up, and more than once. This is a beautifully honest biography and doesn't gloss over anything, she talks about her childhood, teenage years, the Atlantic moves, her drug use and how everything made her feel. Kelly is her mother's daughter - a truly creative and fierce lady, who will fight for what she wants and believes in.