AND WE THROW OUR HANDS AND SCREAM “AGH JUST SHUT UP”
So Christina Aguilera and Kelly Osbourne have been enemies for years and years. It was mildly funny back in 200-and-whatever, mud was slung, names were called and the people at MTV rubbed their hands with glee.
Now years later, Kelly has decided to march into battle again and be nasty to Christina, by calling her a “fat b*tch”. Er yeah, nice one Kelly.
While on Joan Rivers’ Fashion Police Kelly was shown a picture of the singer wearing a tight black dress that wasn’t completely flattering but also not totally hideous at the same time, to which Kelly said: “Maybe she's just becoming the fat b*tch she was always born to be. I don't know. She was a c*** to me.”
OK, so we’re sick of people bringing weight into the mix. Sure if someone makes a rubbish style choice take the pee, but what does weight have to do with it?
Kelly continued: “She called me fat for so many f**king years, so you know what? F**k you, you're fat too!”
So we take it you then know how it feels to have your size laughed at and how shallow it is to be unkind to someone about it then Kelly.
Oh AND Christina isn’t even fat. Way to send a positive message to your fans and people with body insecurities Kel.
So we’re going to continue our weight rant and point out some more why we think Kelly O is a hypocrite, click next if you want to join us.
First of all we’re sick of Hollywood and celebrities sending the message to the rest of the world that you have to be tiny and not eat much to be beautiful and successful. Some people are naturally petite and others aren’t. If you’re healthy why how many inches your waistline is matter?
Also Kelly has been a huge inspiration for young girls to embrace who they are and what they look like. Sure call Christina a b*tch if that’s what she’s been to you, but calling her fat is totally unnecessary, not true and sends a message out that there is something wrong with that body size.
Maybe Kelly should look through her Twitter timeline and remind herself she tweeted this not long ago. “Any fool can criticize, condemn, and complain but it takes character and self control to be understanding and forgiving.-Dale Carnegie”.
OK we’re done. Thanks for sticking with us. Do you agree that celebs should make more of an effort not to fuel into this stupid belief that girls need to be a certain dress size, or are we just moody ol’ rant heads?