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Kelly Osbourne writing memoir

Published 21/06/2016

Kelly Osbourne
Kelly Osbourne

The star is opening up about her uncensored life in the new book.

Kelly Osbourne is releasing her first book next year (17).

Ozzy Osbourne's daughter is writing a memoir titled There's No F*cking Secret. In the book, the former Fashion Police host will discuss her battle with substance abuse, bullying and how she gained her confidence and unique style.

"Growing up in the spotlight has come with its ups and downs and my life has been far from normal, but I am finally at a place where I feel empowered to be who I really am," she tells Us Weekly magazine. "I'm so excited to share an uncensored look at the stories that have shaped the woman I am today, which I hope will encourage and inspire others to find their own confidence and self-acceptance."

"People always ask me what my secret is," she adds. "I can now honestly say that THERE'S NO F*CKING SECRET."

The book will be released next spring.

Kelly's uncensored life has been on full display recently after she blasted her father's hairdresser mistress and listed her personal phone number on Twitter.

"Anyone looking for cheap chunky LOW-lights a blow out and a bl**job call...," she wrote in May (16).

News of the affair broke in May after Ozzy's wife Sharon kicked him out of their Los Angeles home. However, the couple has since reunited, according to Kelly.

"My mum and dad are together right now," Kelly revealed to TV news show The Insider, adding that having an affair would not be strong enough to tear apart the family bond.

She also insisted she has no hard feelings against her dad and she will always love him no matter what happens.

"I will never not be good with my dad," she said. "That does not mean that I think what he did wasn't f**king stupid, but that's between him and I. I'm a daddy's girl. I love my dad."

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