Kelly Osbourne has already picked out names for her future children, even though she insists she doesn’t plan too far ahead.
Kelly Osbourne would call her daughters Ethel and Mavis, although she isn’t “thinking that far ahead” yet.
The TV star is dating chef Matthew Mosshart and it has been claimed they are secretly engaged. In a Twitter Q&A with her fans for Cosmopolitan magazine the star didn’t comment on the rumours, but did say she dreams of her wedding day.
She also spoke about how much she would love children and said one of her favourite pastimes is buying things for her niece Pearl, her brother Jack’s daughter with his wife Lisa Stelly.
“I like old fashioned names like Ethel and Mavis, but I try to not to think that far ahead,” she replied, when someone asked what she will call her kids.
The star also praised her family as her biggest source of support during the discussion. She found fame on reality TV show The Osbournes alongside her mom Sharon, dad Ozzy and Jack. Kelly hinted she would be open to revisiting the series.
“Never say never but we have been there and done that! we might do a reunion show one day! (sic),” she wrote, adding she has something big on the horizon which she isn’t allowed to discuss yet.
In 2007 the 28-year-old star portrayed Mama Morton in a West End production of musical Chicago. She revealed she would love to take to the stage again at some point and is also planning to resurrect her music career.
“Yes! %100, but doing it my way is taking a lot longer than the record companies way (sic),” she explained.
Kelly also told fans that she believes in the paranormal, is obsessed with crime TV shows and would chose the power to heal the sick if she was a superhero. She dismissed speculation that she is a Satanist as the most ridiculous rumour she’s ever heard about herself.
The star advised her fans never to apologise for being themselves and stood up for Kim Kardashian, who has been ridiculed by many due to her changing figure while pregnant.
“I think its deplorable to call any pregnant women fat!” she wrote.
“People who say terrible things are usually saying what they think about themselves.”
Copyright: Cover Media 2013
Wednesday, 12. June 2013