Kelly Osbourne reveals she no longer speaks to her sister Aimee: ‘She doesn’t understand me and I don’t understand her’
- Aimee, 37, is the eldest child of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne
- Kelly opened up Monday on Dax Shepard’s podcast about the frosty relationship
- She said of their falling-out: ‘We’re just really different’
Kelly Osbourne said that she and her older sister Aimee don’t talk anymore amid a personality clash.
Kelly, appearing Monday on Dax Shepard’s podcast Armchair Expert, said she and her older sibling have long been estranged amid an inability to get on the same page.
‘We don’t talk,’ Kelly, 36, told Shepard. ‘We’re just really different. She doesn’t understand me and I don’t understand her.’
The latest: Kelly Osbourne, 36, said Monday that she and her older sister Aimee, 37, don’t talk anymore amid a personality clash
Aimee, 37, is the eldest child of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne, who are also parents to son Jack, 35; she did not star on The Osbournes reality show, having moved out of the family’s house at the age of 16.
Aimee told The Independent in 2015 that she was on frosty terms with her sister.
‘I wouldn’t say there is an ease between us, but there is an acceptance,’ she said. ‘Do we socialize? No.’
In the interview, Aimee said of not appearing on The Osbournes, ‘Back then, I still felt I was trying to figure out who I was in the chaos of family life, so why on earth would I want that portrayed on television? I wanted to protect myself, my parents, my siblings, too. They were very young, very impressionable.’
Out and about: Aimee and mother Sharon were seen in LA in March of 2016
Point of view: Kelly said the controversy involving her mother’s career hasn’t dampened her enthusiasm for a social sea change moving forward
Kelly also delivered her opinion on her mother Sharon Osbourne’s split with The Talk in March amid a discussion about race, as CBS said that ‘Sharon’s behavior toward her co-hosts during the March 10 episode did not align with our values for a respectful workplace.’
Kelly, chatting Monday with Us Weekly, said the controversy involving her mother’s career hasn’t dampened her enthusiasm for a social sea change moving forward.
‘I keep trying to get people to change the way they think about this in the sense of, don’t be afraid to make a mistake because we all are so privileged and it’s an honor,’ she said. ‘We’re a part of the right side of history. We’re part of a time when the world is changing finally, for the good, in the sense that people are waking up.
‘They’re seeing that people have not been held accountable and that there is a huge problem with race in this world.’
Reaction: Kelly on Monday also delivered her opinion on her mother Sharon Osbourne’s split with The Talk in March amid a discussion about race
She added that ‘the pendulum swung so far in one direction that it’s going to have to swing in the other for a little bit before we find some normal ground and we figure out what’s right and what’s wrong.’
Kelly said she doesn’t ‘give a f*** about cancel culture’ or ‘about what anyone thinks about [her] in that sense,’ as she’s confident in her values.
‘If you think I’m a racist, fine,’ she said. ‘You think I’m a racist. I know who I am. I don’t care what you think of me … I care what my family thinks of me.
‘I don’t care what somebody hiding behind a computer and a fake Instagram page who puts up stuff where they don’t practice what they preach.’