Kelly Osbourne Still Hates Lady Gaga + Wants Kids But Not the ‘Great Big Vagina’ They Might Cause
Kelly Osbourne nabbed the cover of the July issue of Cosmopolitan, and that’s a high-profile publicity “get” for any celeb — so the ‘Fashion Police’ host rewarded the mag’s move by being quotably controversial and revealing loads of juicy details about her continued disdain for Lady Gaga.
Oh, and she wants kids, but not at the expense of a small vagina. (No, seriously.)
Cosmo should get plenty of mileage out of Miss Kelly’s quips. But first things first.
Kelly O. and Lady Gaga famously beefed when Kelly criticized Gaga and then received death threats from Mama Monster’s fans.
Gaga later wrote a letter and Kelly’s mom Sharon jumped in and a whole lot of other blah blah blah and details that really don’t matter but add up to Osbourne revealing that she no longer believes in the pop singer.
“I loved Lady Gaga,” she lamented to Cosmo. “I totally believed in everything she stood for, until I realized she’s a great big hypocrite.”
She didn’t stop there. Osbourne called out the singer for paying lip service to a kinder, gentler world while letting her fanbase run amok.
“Don’t say, ‘When you see bullying, intervene,’ while letting your fans send me death threats,” Osbourne points out. “If my fans did that, I would not stand for it.”
In perhaps an effort to further ruffle the hot pink ostrich feathers of Gaga’s legion of little monsters, who demonstrate a disciple-like devotion to the singer, Osbourne says, “You can say whatever you want with your millions of monsters. I know the truth. [Your] bells and whistles mean nothing to me.”
“You’re feeding on the freaks and geeks to further your career? Do you really care about the gay community? Because if you did, you’d stand up for it more than you do.”
Ouch. It feels as though a full-on feud is escalating, and Gaga’s monsters are probably organizing a divide-and-conquer mission right now. We’d like to tell Kelly to run for cover, but we’re pretty sure she can handle herself.
Osbourne also talked about her (apparently wonderful) man, Matthew Mosshart, and then she addressed her maternal instinct and her wish to maintain petite lady parts, saying, “I do want babies, but I don’t want a great big vagina.”
There are always ways around that. But maybe she’ll just adopt in order to keep her bits looking (and feeling) factory fresh.