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Kelly Osbourne Starts Twitter War With ‘Devil’ Dannii Minogue

by | 19th, September 2010

KELLY Osbourne is doing her bit to promote Dannii Minogue’s new book by calling Kylie’s sister and the X Factor judge a “devil”; or De-viil, as will be rebranded.

Very soon we can expect Ozzy Osbourne, that self-styled Prince of Darkness and star of reality telly, to start wearing a likeness of Devil Danii about his throat.

Kelly has taken to Twitter to big up Dannii’s book by saying, and this without one shred of irony or sideways eyes at her own mum who invited cameras into the family home to watch her spoilt rehab-salved children:

“The best thing to happen to Dannii’s career was that my mother hated her she needs to shut her mouth and concentrate on motherhood!”

This is pixie-voiced Sharon Osbourne who responds to bad criticism by sending poo in envelopes to they who dare not to like her or her pisspoor telly shows:

I must have a thing, not about shitting, but about sending it to people, and I’ve done it for an awfully long time.”

What Dannii (that’s Kylie’s sister, readers) wrote was, and again this is beyond parody:

“The minute she [Sharon] left, I burst into tears. Someone I admired greatly had relentlessly bawled in my face for 20 minutes and ruined not only what should have been one of the best nights of my life but my birthday as well.”

That digested, Kelly goes on:

“I will be the first one to admit that my mother did not play her cards right when (it) came to Dannii but trust me when I say Dannii is the devil.”


“Dannii you are so lucky that I respect Simon enough to not tell the truth about what really happened. wa wa wa you poor middle aged victum (sic).”

Great stuff. If now foul-mouthed Sharon can wade in with a few bon turds, Dannii’s book will get the PR is needs to outsell Cheryl Cole’s book.

So she won’t begrudge Kelly getting a few crumbs to plug her own story. Here’s Kelly

“Sorry I have just had to deal with this bulls**t 4 years and I have kept my mouth shut but I am sick and tired of her lies enough is enough.”

Enough is enough but Kelly won’t tell the truth? So. What of Kelly’s book? Well, it goes like this:

When you’re little, you think your family is just the same as everybody else’s. Doesn’t everyone’s mum plan secret exits for when things get tough? Surely all dads embarrass their daughters at their birthday parties? But as you get older, you begin to notice that what’s normal to you is completely fucked up to the outside world, and that sometimes you just can’t explain that what other people think of as weird is actually all about love. Who is Kelly Osbourne? I’m still not totally sure. But I do know who I’m not, and I want to help other people make the right decisions with the difficult choices we all face when growing up. So I’ve gone out and got the best advice I can find from people I love, respect and always listen to. I’ve included Louis Walsh’s advice on making it in the music industry, tips from Neil, my sought-after make-up artist at MAC and many others. And for when things get really serious I’ve gone to the organisations that really can help. This book isn’t just about me, it’s about you. So whatever you’re worried about, whatever you want to change, and whatever you want to shout about, me and my friends are here to help.

Kelly is here to help…

Posted: 19th, September 2010 | In: Celebrities Comments (3) | TrackBack | Permalink