Kelly Osbourne says no to drugs
Kelly Osbourne has lashed out at critics of her weight, insisting she has no desire to be "really skinny"
Kelly Osbourne won't take drugs to lose weight.
The presenter - who has received criticism over her shapely figure - insists she doesn't want to be "really skinny" and believes using narcotics is the only way she could shed the pounds.
She told US TV show 'Access Hollywood': "It's not like I'm like all the other celebrities in Hollywood that's going to go do a line of cocaine to lose weight. Like, I can't. I won't.
"I'm normal and it hurts 10 times more because I can't numb it. You know you read it and I've never tried to be that kind of girl. The last thing I want to do right now is read about how fat I am.
"I could be really skinny. I really could, but I don't want to be really skinny and I like food and I don't want to be on drugs."
Kelly - who insists she is "really good right now" following a stint in rehab to be treated for her addiction to painkillers earlier this year - also spoke about her family's recent TV variety show 'Osbournes Reloaded', which was axed after just one episode for being crude and vulgar.
The 24-year-old star insists bosses knew what to expect from her, brother Jack and parents Sharon and Ozzy.
She added: "It was so fun to make and it felt like we were a bit f**ked over, to be honest. They hired us to be us and now they're penalising us for it and censoring us. It's like, 'Well, what did you expect? You hired the Osbournes!'
"They were very brave to do it. But not so much anymore."