Kelly Osbourne furiously DENIES claims she’s had plastic surgery


Kelly Osbourne has shut down claims that she’s had any cosmetic surgery on her face, insisting that her changing visage is simply down to her weight loss – while her mom Sharon Osbourne brushed off own critics who accused her of cheating by slimming down with drug Ozempic.

Doting new mother Kelly, 38, who welcomed baby boy Sidney with her partner Sid Wilson nine months ago, proudly underwent a gastric sleeve in 2018 which she has hailed as one of her ‘best decisions’.

However, since having the medical procedure, she has been met with a barrage of questions over her striking jaw line.

Speaking exclusively to ahead of the hotly-anticipated return of The Osbournes Podcast on September 12 after a long five-year hiatus, Kelly shut down speculation she’s tweaked her face – while also expressing desire for people to be less critical.

Kelly pictured in 2003

‘I’ve never had any procedure like plastic surgery,’ she said. ‘There are things that I definitely want to do when I get older, but I’m too scared aren’t I?’

‘Oh, she’s a coward!’ mom Sharon, 70, cut in. ‘A wuss!’

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‘I’ve done Botox, that’s it,’ Kelly continued.

‘It’s weird, because now that I’ve lost weight, everybody is criticizing and trying to figure out what it is that I’ve done, and I really just lost weight. It’s just the shape of my face!

The new mom has said she’s only ever had Botox and that her visage is simply down to losing weight

‘And everyone knows that I had weight loss surgery, and it was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. But there’s this whole thing about it, “well you didn’t do it the right way”.

‘There is no right way. The road to happiness is different for everybody, and I think that instead of picking apart the journey, they should just be happy that you reached your destination.’

Sharon is also shrugging off the naysayers who have been critical over her decision to use Ozempic to help her lose weight, imploring that it shouldn’t be seen as ‘cheating’ and that ‘people should lighten up’.

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