Kelly Osbourne has hinted that she’s in a relationship.
Kelly Osbourne has teased that she “might” be dating Didier Cohen.
And while the 29-year-old television host played coy, her rumoured model boyfriend was far from shy about admitting that they were an item.
It was during a radio interview with Australia’s Kyle and Jackie O Show on Wednesday that the duo were put on the spot. Kelly is co-hosting Australia’s Next Top Model with Didier, 29, and the pair have recently fuelled speculation of a romance with an onslaught of Instagram snaps together. After the radio show’s hosts managed to get Kelly and Didier to deliver a fake confession of their romance, the starlet hinted that there may have been truth to it.
“Well, you never know, we might be!” Kelly suggested, with Didier agreeing. “We might be.”
Radio presenter Kyle Sandilands had earlier been questioning the purple-haired fashionista about her relationship status and phoned Didier when she refused to answer.
“We’ve known each other for a bit and we really enjoy ourselves with each other,” the Celebrity Apprentice Australia star revealed. “And it bloomed a little bit.”
This apparently pressed Kelly’s buttons, and she jumped in to hush her counterpart. The star is the daughter of Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne, so she is surely accustomed to structuring her answers delicately when it comes to her private life.
“Be careful what you say, Did!” she warned him. “This was NOT my idea, just so you know!”
But Didier continued, in spite of Kelly’s notes.
Even though he is supposedly dating Australian model Jade Cara and Kelly only split up with fiancé Matthew Mosshart in January, he humoured the radio hosts.
“We are going to try to make it work,” Didier declared, seemingly confirming their status as a romantic couple.
But Kelly was quick to jump on the defensive and reveal that their confession had been false.
It was all a prank, according to the Fashion Police star, who finally giggled: “You want to know something? We just got you two back!”
Copyright: Cover Media 2014
Wednesday, 15. October 2014