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Kelly Osbourne: The loveable hypocrite

LOS ANGELES, CA - AUGUST 25: TV personality Kelly Osbourne attends the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards held at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on August 25, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

Kelly Osbourne, child reality star of famous Black Sabbath rocker Ozzy Osbourne and show host Sharon Osbourne. Many watched teenage Kelly grow up before our eyes on the wildly popular MTV reality show “The Osbournes.” During that time many also witnessed Osbourne battle her weight and addiction.

After a 70 pound weight loss and a gig on “Dancing With the Stars,” Kelly also found herself alongside the queen of mean, Joan Rivers, and her daughter Melissa, on “Fashion Police.” Osbourne has made it her job to pick on others for how they look and what they wear.

Is Kelly just dishing out what was given to her for so many years?

It came to Radar’s attention that Kelly has no qualms about calling anybody fat unless they're pregnant.

During Cosmo magazines Q&A live on Twitter someone penned to Osbourne, “Your Girl Kim Throughout out her pregnancy has been called Fat, What do you think about that?”

Her reply, “@ForeverKardash I think its deplorable to call any pregnant women fat!”

We’ve got Joan Rivers to thank for the fact that Kelly would call someone fat. How many times did Rivers pull a “fat shaming” card; her most recent on singer songwriter Adele.

Osbourne was in a battle with “The Voice” coach, Christina Aguilera, after she slammed Christina for being fat. In 2011 Osbourne called Aguilera a “fat b**ch” on “The Fashion Police.” Since then Christina has dropped about 25 pounds.

It would appear the “Fashion Police” can pick and choose who to call fat and try to find some way to justify it. Just because you were called fat in life doesn’t give you the right to call others fat.

Honestly no one deserved to be called fat, pregnant or not.

Do you think Kelly is a hypocrite? Sound off below.

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