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Kelly Osbourne reveals Spice advice

Published 04/05/2013

Kelly Osbourne
Kelly Osbourne

Kelly Osbourne was recommended Spice World the movie by Victoria Beckham.

Fashion Police star Kelly works with the likes of Joan Rivers and Giuliana Rancic and has met a host of fellow famous people.

Whereas fashion designer Victoria is often criticised for not smiling, Kelly had a great time when she met the former Spice Girl and even picked up some tongue-in-cheek movie recommendations.

"Victoria Beckham is so funny; she's really, really funny," Kelly gushed to Australian radio show hosts Kyle and Jackie O.

"I remember we were sat next to each other on a plane and she was like, 'What are you watching?' and I said, 'I don't know, it's long,' and she said, 'Watch Spice World, it will change your life.' And I thought, 'You're pretty awesome!' We were sat in pyjamas, talking for 12 hours on this flight."

Whereas the 28-year-old has made many A-list pals, the outspoken star has also been involved in celebrity feuds.

Lady Gaga recently criticised Kelly's work on Fashion Police in an open letter, claiming the show "breeds negativity".

"I do not understand to this day," Kelly marvelled.

"I used to be obsessed with her, because she brought history and fun back into music and then when I got this hypocritical email that she put on her Facebook, I was like, 'Oh my god, now I don't like you anymore.' But I do respect her as an artist and what she does for LGBT community is amazing."

Kelly and her family have recently been plagued by personal struggles, with her father Ozzy admitting to a renewed battle with addiction and their beloved family dog Maggie passing away.

Despite rumours her father and mother Sharon are on the brink of divorce, Kelly insists they are doing well.

"They're amazing. My dad is [in Australia] on tour and my mum does The Talk [TV show] every day, she was meant to come and now they wouldn't let her off of work," she explained.

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