Kelly Osbourne Goes Topless On Twitter and Shows Off Her Sunburn
By Staff Writer | April 21, 2013 10:58 AM EDT
The loveable and adorable Kelly Osbourne showed off her sunburn in a topless photo posted on Twitter. Easy boys, Kelly Osbourne was showing off her back not her front.
The 28-year-old co-host of Fashion Police got a little too much sun and ended up with lobster red coloring on her back from the sunburn. Osbourne didn't comment on how she let the sunburn get so bad. Maybe she fell asleep in the sun or maybe she just forgot her sunscreen.
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The purple haired beauty showed off her sunburn in a photo on Twitter and commented, "#I'm Smart."
Osbourne's back is Sebastian the crab red, except for the thick white tan lines of her bathing suit going across her back and up her shoulders.
Kelly Osbourne's sunburn makes you want to just say "ouch" and cringe at the though of anyone even patting her back. Looks like Miss Osbourne needs to remember her sun block in the future.
Perez Hilton commented about Kelly Osbourne's sunburn on his website saying, "We just hope girlfriend is lathering herself up in some aloe vera because she needs all the soothing she can get!"
On Facebook a fan of Kelly Osbourne, Andrew Galloway commented, "Those are painful. Sorry to hear this and I hope and pray you are much better as soon as possible."
The warm weather is on its way which means everyone will be heading to the beach soon. Just a little tip: apply that sun block!
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