Lady Gaga Fans Tell Kelly Osbourne To Kill Herself Because She Is Still Fat
By Amethyst Tate | January 10, 2013 4:18 AM EST
Lady Gaga fans are not impressed with Kelly Osbourne’s weight loss, telling her to kill herself because she is still fat.
The ‘Fashion Police’ host, who lost 50 pounds, told Fabolous eMagazine, “I’m the thinnest I’ve ever been and the healthiest I’ve ever been. The totally insane thing is that I’m a UK size four to six and people still say I’m fat.”
And evidently, Gaga’s “Little Monsters” are the worst critics.
“I get called fat all the time. A big fat wh--e. Lady Gaga’s fans are the worst. They’ve said I should kill myself, that they hope I get raped. I mean it’s crazy but I’ve had this all my life and I just try and ignore it.”
Though Gaga’s fans are still very critical of Osbourne’s weight, Lady Gaga has not been immune to weight struggles herself.
In September, Lady Gaga made headlines after concert in Amsterdam, where she appeared to have gained weight, with a visibly fuller face and figure.
“I love eating pasta and pizza,” Gaga told radio host Elvin Duran in an interview during that time. “I’m a New York Italian girl. That’s why I have been staying out of New York. My father [Joe Germanotta] opened a restaurant. It's so amazing … it’s so freaking delicious, but I’m telling you I gain five pounds every time I go in there.”
Photos from Lady Gaga’s concert in Amsterdam shocked fans, and due to the negative criticism, she started a "Body Revolution," after admitting she suffered from eating disorders bulimia and anorexia since she was 15-years old.
She showed her Little Monsters that nobody is perfect and that we should all embrace our bodies, because we were born this way.
But it seems they still do not mind judging Osbourne, though she is taking it in stride and feels accomplished by her weight loss.
The television personality, who struggled with drug addiction in the past, told In Touch last month, “[Working out] is something I really enjoy doing. I never thought I'd be that kind of girl."
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