Kelly Osbourne Swears She’s Not A Diva

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Like all celebrities, Kelly Osbourne thinks she’s VERY down to earth.

In a recent radio interview with the Hughesy and Kate show, the TV personality talked about some crazy rumors that the crew of Australia’s Got Talent was afraid of her because she banned chewing gum on et and had a sign on her dressing room door telling people to go away. I wish I had a sign on my door telling people to hit the road, but I’m not RICH and my door is a thin partition from the rest of my apartment (AUGH, my life). But, Kelly’s calling BS on the story anyway:

She said:

“It did make me laugh when it said I made the crew stop chewing gum. Who says that? My door is never closed! And I talk to the crew to tell them what an amazing job they’re doing because people don’t realize how hard it is to do what they do.

They have to change the stage set after every single act and get all of the equipment on and off so they never get enough credit for what they do.”

That’s sweet of her to say. It’s the second part that seems weird…

“I have misophonia so if someone is chewing gum really loudly in my ear I would walk away from them so it doesn’t bother me as it’s disrespectful to them if I say anything. They took that and obviously made up some BS story. It’s funny, the eggshell thing.”

(Hughsey and Kate Via PerezHilton)

Hmmm…so she hates chewing gum but doesn’t say anything? That doesn’t sound like Kelly either. All I’m saying is that she’s probably moody about her phobia, which must be annoying for the 30+ crew members who just wanna get their anti-plaque on!

What do you think- is she a Diva or do you believe her?

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Tuesday, February 9th, 2016 at 6:06am
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February 9th, 2016 at 12:37 pm

Misophonia is an awful thing to have… I know exactly how she feels. Listening to others chewing or making sounds with their mouths makes your skin crawl. And people do take it personally if you say something to them, so you learn to just walk away. For what it’its worth, I believe her because this is my life as well.

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