In the latest string of heated arguments, singer Kelly Osbourne, who struggled with being overweight for many years, says that she doesn’t apologize for her jab at Christina Aguilera’s weight gain.

“”She called me fat for years,” Osbourne explains to US Weekly. “One night … I said, ‘F–k you. Now you’re fat too.’ I didn’t say I wasn’t fat. I said, ‘Now you know how it feels.’ And I’m sorry, but I stand by that.”


27-year-old Osbourne proclaimed Aguilera was “fat” last summer on an episode of Fashion Police. It seems the pangs of her past weight issues were still haunting her.

The singer battled peers for much of her childhood life:

“I grew up on the road with my father … but I came from a very small village, where everyone called me ‘Kelly Smelly with the Big Belly Whose Dad’s on the Telly.'”

But the negativity she faced as a teen propelled her to shed the pounds.

Now Osbourne flaunts her slimmed down physique in the May issue of Glamour Magazine claiming the title of a “FFP” — Former Fat Person, while preaching about being comfortable in your own skin.

What do you think Osbourne’s comments toward Christina Aguilera? Was it right?

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  1. Totally justified.Christina loathed her for been fat for years and now Christina knows what it feels like

  2. That taunt is the funniest thing all day. And she recited it like it was a poem. Poor girl. have to live with that silly rhyme in her head all her life. Kelly Smell with the big belly…LMAO!!!!!!!!

  3. Yo! she is fat I’m sorry! Kelly didn’t have put her out there like that but the girl is fat. I like her with a little meat on her bones though

  4. Who knew Christina was such a bitch?! I’m glad for Kelly!!! Go Kelly!!!!!

  5. I can’t believe the vitriol coming from the comments here and on Facebook. These women are role models and hasn’t anyone heard of turning the other cheek. Kelly knows she didn’t have to call her fat. Who cares if she was called that ugly name before. We are struggling with women and self-image issues everywhere in this nation so why perpetuate the cattiness once you get a national platform on E!

    • @romni: I totally agree! In today’s world women are pitted against one another to see who can be the thinnest/prettiest. There is definitely a problem with obesity in our nation but also a severe problem with eating disorders. What needs to be promoted is a healthy lifestyle and not this catty name calling!

  6. @romni: Amen…they are both wrong and need to get a life. Though I have to disagree with them being “role models”…cause if these two women are anybody’s role models that’s sad because neither one has had (or has) the kind of life lifestyle worth pursuing and little to offer in the way of positive adult behavior.

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