The Osbourne clan took quite a ride on the crazy train in 2016, but according to Kelly Osbourne, things have never been better for heavy metal's first family. Wonderwall.com caught up with the multi-talented 32-year-old as she promoted the HotelTonight app and got the inside scoop on the latest with her parents, Sharon Osbourne and Ozzy Osbourne, who recently revealed plans to renew their wedding vows following revelations that the Black Sabbath frontman had been unfaithful. Keep reading to see what else she told us about her one big fear regarding her upcoming book, how she deals with holiday travel stress, why she doesn't plan to spend Christmas with the rest of her famous family and more…
Kelly Osbourne on her parents' decision to renew their vows:
"I definitely want to be a flower girl and do like an impromptu dance routine down the aisle. … It's not about me. It's about them. They love each other so much. It's almost sickening. And if they make out in public one more time, I think I'm going to throw up. You should've seen them last night: They have this huge massive mansion house, and they're tucked in a little corner in the kitchen on the couch cuddling and watching TV. I was like, 'I'm just gonna drop this off and leave you guys to it. I'll see you later!' It's really nice to watch. Everyone goes through hard times, but they're the definition of true love. To see them fall so deeply in love with each other all over again time and time again, it makes me realize how special my family is."
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Kelly Osbourne on her upcoming book "There's No F—— Secret":
"That's the craziest part: putting your life into a book. It's not just a memoir — it's me sharing what I've been through and what I've learned from my mistakes so that people know that they're not alone and it's okay to be different. Hopefully they can take something positive away from it as well. I'm bored to death of people asking me what my secret is because I don't have one. I just grew up, and I try to learn from my mistakes. I don't want to be perfect. … One thing I am scared of [with the book] is that the media will twist something beautiful into [something else] because they have this magical way of sensationalizing things."
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Kelly Osbourne on the time she stormed out on her fam during the holidays:
"One of my siblings told a lie and was just protesting way too much. When I know something is not true, I will fight to the death — sometimes to my own detriment. I was like, 'F— this! I'm going to get a hotel.' We were in the countryside in England where everything's closed in the middle of nowhere, so I went and got a hotel in London."
Kelly Osbourne on how she handles stress while traveling:
"When I'm alone, I can get a little bit panicky, but because I've traveled my whole life since birth growing up on the road with my father, I know how to get myself somewhere and check into a hotel."
Kelly Osbourne on how she found out about the HotelTonight app:
"I missed a flight out of New York City, and I didn't have the charger for my laptop — it was dead and I couldn't get ahold of anyone. My friend told me about HotelTonight, and I ended up being so happy that I missed my flight because I got a presidential suite for about $175. It was amazing."
Kelly Osbourne on how brother Jack Osbourne's daughters changed Christmas:
"Me and [my dad] were a bit Scroogey until Pearl and Andy Rose came along. They make Christmas so much fun. They make you see the excitement and the joy in everything to do with Christmas. My mom just loves Christmas. She loves decorating. She loves throwing parties. She just loves it. So [the girls] kind of brought a great amount of joy for Christmas back into our family. And we don't argue at the table now — we have to leave the room, go around the corner and whisper argue because we will not do it in front of the kids."
Kelly Osbourne on her favorite Christmas activity with her nieces:
"I love helping them write their letters to Santa and going with them to have their pictures taken. They're still so young. Andy Rose is talking but not to the level that Pearl is. [I love] hearing Pearl's idea of what Christmas is and the stories and her beliefs. They're just so innocent and raw and beautiful. It's so fun to watch and be a part of and help make their Christmas dreams come true."
Kelly Osbourne on keeping her Pomeranian, Polly, warm during the winter:
"We were in New York during Thanksgiving, and she felt cold weather for the first time. You should have seen the way she walked — it was like someone put a pair of high heeled shoes on each of her paws. She did not like the cold. So right now we're testing out different doggie booties and doggie coats so that she can stay warm. She's not having any of it because she's such a diva. So we're gonna work on it. I found this really cool doggie jacket that you put these hot pads inside so it keeps the dog warm, and she sleeps on top of it, so we've gotten that far. She doesn't like getting dressed up — I would never put clothes on my dog unless it was a necessity. She's getting used to it, so she's getting ready for winter. And I got her a little Christmas hat."
Kelly Osbourne on her role in the Star Jones-created drama "Daytime Divas":
"I'm playing myself mixed with someone else. I'm not allowed to say who yet. But it was really, really fun. … There've been discussions — but truly just discussions — about me coming back on the show. I did one episode. It was so much fun. It's such a great cast and a great team."
Kelly Osbourne on "Project Runway Junior," on which she serves as a judge:
"I'm so excited for Season 2. I can't wait for everyone to see these incredible young designers. People don't realize they have the exact same time constraints and the exact same challenges as regular 'Project Runway' — and we're talking about young designers ranging from the age of 13 to 17. What they can do and what they manage to create each week is just mind-blowing."