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Kelly Osbourne denies fan plastic surgery speculation: “I’ve never done anything”


Kelly Osbourne spoke out after fans speculated that she had undergone plastic surgery to achieve her new look.

The former “Fashion Police” star took to her Instagram Monday to smack several people who commented on her recent posts, accusing her of doing her face job.

Somewhere between the excitement of the speculation and the flattery that people believe she had undergone plastic surgery, the former reality star struck a note in a video denying the rumors.

“I just want to bring up one topic that you all are talking about because I’m always very honest and open about what I’ve done to my body and who I am. And I haven’t had plastic surgery,” she said while looking up sat in a chair doing her hair and makeup.

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Kelly Osbourne denied having plastic surgery on her face.

Kelly Osbourne denied having plastic surgery on her face.
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She added, “I never did anything to my face other than a few injections in my lips, jaw, and forehead. I’m not lying, but thanks for the compliment.”

The star titled her post: “Let’s suppress those stupid rumors !!! Can’t you just be happy for me?”

Indeed, Osbourne has been open to her fans about any changes she makes to her body. In addition to finding where she previously had injections on her face, she recently announced that she had undergone a procedure that helped her lose 85 pounds.

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Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne’s 36-year-old daughter appeared on “The Talk” before her mother left the show and opened gastrointestinal surgery to focus on her health, which she had started years earlier.

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“I did therapy for a year before I committed to my surgery, which was the gastric cuff,” she explained. “I made the stomach cuff almost three years ago. So when I say it’s not a quick fix, it’s not a quick fix. You have to eat right, you have to exercise, you have to do everything you normally would.” It’s just a gentle nudge in the right direction to completely change your life and habits and become the person you were always born to be. ”

She realized at the time that she would never lie about plastic surgery.

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“I don’t want to be a liar,” she said. “I’ll never be one of those people who wake up with a brand new face and say, ‘Oh no, I just got a new moisturizer.’ Everyone knows you are a liar! “



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