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Kelly Osbourne’s dress disaster

Published 25/11/2013

Kelly Osbourne
Kelly Osbourne

Kelly Osbourne claims she had a dress disaster at the American Music Awards.

The TV star, who voices her opinions on celebrity style for E! TV show Fashion Police, fell foul to a dress disaster last night.

Wearing a Rami Al Ali creation, Kelly admitted the silver and grey design drowned her petit frame.

":( my dress did not photograph anywhere near as good as it looked in real life!" she tweeted to her 3.4million followers after seeing pictures of herself.

The long sleeved top of the dress was mismatched with a fussy prom-style skirt, which she teamed with a pair of nude heels.

To add to the style calamity, she wore gold studs sewn into her purple plaited hairstyle which felt as painful as it looked.

"I have no idea how people get their whole heads braided! This hurts so bad! #FreeFaceLift!" she posted next to a photo of her hair on Instagram.

Despite the fashion disaster, 29-year-old Kelly still managed to have a good time at the annual music awards.

Hanging around backstage with the likes of Miley Cyrus, Dave Grohl and Nicole Richie, who she co-presented an award with, Kelly kept her twitter followers updated with her antics.

Documenting her evening with a stream of photos, Kelly joked around with birthday girl Miley in a party hat and her tongue sticking out in a Miley-like pose.

Miley was celebrating her 21st birthday on Saturday, the legal age to consume alcohol in America, with a bottle of champagne.

© Cover Media

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