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Kelly Osbourne: SAGs is like AA

Published 28/01/2013

Kelly Osbourne
Kelly Osbourne

Kelly Osbourne has joked the opening of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards is like an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting.

The fashionista attended the event last night to peruse the red carpet outfits for her Fashion Police show.

It's tradition for the ceremony to start with a short speech from the stars about why they got into acting and the outspoken 27-year-old quipped it reminded her of something a little less glamorous.

"why is the opening of the #sags like an AA meeting! #IAmAnActor (sic)," she joked on Twitter.

The television personality proved her style icon status at the do by stepping out in a gorgeous embellished Jenny Packham dress.

Despite looking great in the pictures, Kelly worried the bright lights might cause her to pull some funny faces.

"Literally blind the set light are so bright I can't see so apologies for any weird facial expressions! #eredcarpet #SAGS (sic)," she posted.

The pretty star continued her cheeky updates, letting fans in on her awards show experience.

At one point she found herself hurried out of the catering area thanks to strict safety measures at the event.

"Just got kicked out of catering because they are doing a bomb sweep here at the #SAGS the security is hardcore at least we know we are safe! (sic)," she wrote.

Kelly had been taking to Twitter before the event to keep followers in the loop about her red carpet preparations.

The fashionista certainly shone at the ceremony, proving the hard work had paid off.

"just finished my final fitting for tomorrows #SAGawards thank you @Nicolas__Bru for being the best stylist ever!" she posted on Saturday, adding: "now im getting my nails done... ooooh I feel like a proper diva today!!! (sic)."

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