How tall is Kelly Osbourne?
Kelly Osbourne’s height is 5ft 2in (157 cm).
How much does Kelly Osbourne weigh?
Kelly Osbourne’s weight has fluctuated often and drastically, and it’s always been “breaking news.” At her heaviest, she weighed almost 160 pounds (72 kg).
Kelly Osbourne’s shoe size is 8.5 US (39 EU).
What is Kelly Osbourne’s zodiac sign?
Kelly Osbourne’s zodiac sign is Scorpio.
When was Kelly Osbourne born?
Kelly Osbourne’s birthday is on October 27, 1984.
Where was Kelly Osbourne born?
Kelly Osbourne was born in Westminster, London, England.
English television personality, singer and the daughter of Ozzy Osbourne, Kelly Osbourne’s real name is Kelly Lee Osbourne.
Kelly Osbourne weight loss
Went from a size 14 to a size 2, losing 70 lbs (31 kg), 2009-2013
Kelly Osbourne before weight loss
Photo credit: Ed Isabella/Splash News Online 2007.
“Once I learned how to work out right and eat right, it’s one of those things that you just have to commit to a life change rather than being on a diet. Because a diet doesn’t work. You lose weight and you stop it and it will all come back.”
“You don’t have to count calories. Just make sure what you’re eating is good food. You can eat as much good food as you want if you’re careful. I try to have no carbohydrates unless they’re natural, such as apples. No bread, no pasta and real sugar…what that does to you is incredible. I lost five pounds [2 kg] in one week just by eliminating starchy carbs and soda.”
“I’m not going to lie: I went into this [hula hooping workout] thinking it was going to be embarrassing and monotonous, but I couldn’t have been more wrong! Hula hooping for fitness is brilliant. It’s a challenging workout (you use a weighted hoop) with a playfulness that makes you want to keep going. I’ve been supplementing my regular workouts, which include running, strength training, and yoga, with about 10 minutes of this Hoopnotica routine each day, and I’m definitely losing inches off my waist.”
Photo credit: Scott Barbour/Getty Images.
Last updated on April 11th, 2017 by HowTallis.Org