Kelly Osbourne may have a new body and a new BFF, but she’s still up to the same immature coping tactics. Like high school students and emotionally stunted adults, Kelly turned to her Twitter page the day after Christmas to let a can of whoop ass loose on her former fiance. The Tweets (pictured above) claim that Luke is trying to win her back despite cheating on her with “100s of girls as well as men.”
You may remember Kelly going crazy on Luke via her Facebook page last summer when she discovered he was fooling around behind her back. The six years she spent on reality TV should have probably tipped me off to this sooner, but you guys: I think Kelly Osbourne might have a problem with oversharing.
Thing is, we all know someone like this. Everyone’s logged onto Facebook and seen some highly personal information blasted on someone’s status. But unfortunately for Kelly, most of the folks who engage in that sort of behavior are the jokes in our lives: the loudmouthed second cousin, the girl from high school who was never really all there. As someone who’s doing her best to take the middle Osbourne child seriously, I’m going to have to ask her to refrain from such out of control behavior in the future.
Are you a Facebook oversharer? Have you ever used a social networking site to put an ex on blast? Or even better, have YOU been put on blast?
Wow, this is some high school shit.
Kelly Osbourne, who seems to have been doing well the past couple of years, has reportedly split from her fiance Luke Worrall after she learned that he was cheating on her. Like so many people do these days, the two let their nasty break up play out in public via their Facebook profile statuses. At one point Kelly’s status read, “Like Worrall makes me sick!” It reads like a Valley girl wrote it, but I’m assuming it’s a typo since “i” and “u” sit next to each other on the keyboard.
Yesterday, Kelly acknowledged the situation on her Twitter, simply saying, “thank you all so much for your support but the matter is private and will not be commenting enough damage has already be done!”
It’s a shame that things had to end this way for a few reasons. 1) I thought that Kelly and Luke were pretty cute together and the happiness they shared was great motivation for her to stay sober and healthy, 2) Cheating douches need to die, and 3) Facebook break ups are so so SO tacky.
“Luke and I are engaged and we’ll get married when I want to. But he isn’t even 21 yet, so he can’t drink in America, so what’s the point in getting married until he can?”
– Kelly Osbourne, on how she’s decided to postpone her nuptials until her fiance, Luke Worrall is old enough to drink in the US. He’s currently 19.
While it would be lovely to sip a glass of champagne on your wedding night with your new husband, shouldn’t the rehabbed daughter of Ozzy be less worried about being able to get legally trashed with her husband at their wedding and more worried about settling in to a life-long relationship with someone who’s still a teenager?