Kelly Osbourne checks into rehab again after stunning weight loss transformation

The world met Kelly Osbourne when she stood in front of the cameras with her whole family as a kid. Her father, the famous rocker Ozzy Osbourne, and her mother, Sharon, opened the doors of their rather unconventional life to anyone who wanted to watch their reality show, and that affected Kelly's life from the start. She has been in the spotlight while going through physical transformations and mental problems.

Kelly Osbourne checks into rehab again after stunning weight loss transformation

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Kelly Osbourne has been fighting weight for years. At the same time, she struggled with addiction, and she spoke about everything very publicly. Over the past year, she has undergone an incredible transformation during which she has lost more than 38 pounds! That is why it is not surprising that almost no one recognized her.

The change is truly amazing. The TV and reality star looks like a different person and many have called her out for still owing a lot to aesthetic surgery.

However, she denied it. She says that she did not have any plastic procedure, not for now. She also said that she has never hidden that she had problems with her physical appearance, so she will not start doing that now. She admitted that she went for a stomach reduction procedure, as well as that she used Botox for wrinkles on her forehead and jaw and fillers for her upper lip.

However, at the same time, the news emerged that Kelly checked into the alcohol rehab clinic once again. Allegedly, the TV star is in an institution in Texas after the family problems of the Osbournes have accumulated. Her mother left the TV show she was hosting with great controversy, and Ozzy is fighting Parkinson's. In addition, Kelly broke off the relationship with the boyfriend she had been dating for a year, and all that did not help her fight against addiction at all.

The daughter of the famous Black Sabbath frontman went to rehab for the first time at the age of 19.

By: Helen B.