Sporting a violet beehive hairdo, Kelly Osbourne was spotted arriving at the the "Lorraine Show" at ITV Studios in London on Monday (September 17).
After her morning show appearance, the 27-year-old stopped by BBC Radio 1 Studios after tweeting, "Up really getting ready to go on @reallorraine who's gonna watch this morning? I love going on her show!"
Gearing up for its second season, Fox’s hit show “The X-Factor” held its Los Angeles, CA, premiere on Tuesday night (September 11).
All four of the show’s judges, Britney Spears, Simon Cowell, Demi Lovato and LA Reid, were on hand for the Grauman’s Chinese Theater event, greeting fans and posing for photographs before heading inside.
Celebrating the modern appeal of Marc Jacob's designs, the stars gathered together to attend his Spring 2013 show during New York Fashion Week on Monday night (September 10).
Front row A-listers included fashion stylist Rachel Zoe, who sported an ankle-length floral print gown, as well “Fashion Police” co-host Kelly Osbourne, who opted for a fun pattern maroon and black cocktail dress. The pair was joined by the darling Rose Byrne and an almost unrecognizable Kristen Wiig who rocked a dark brown coif.
Joining in on the annual celebration of those trying to make the world a better place, Kelly Osbourne was on hand for the 2012 Do Something Awards in Santa Monica, California on Sunday night (August 19).
Clad in Armani Exchange, the British TV personality was all smiles as she roamed the arrivals carpet at the Barker Hangar venue prior to her presenter duties.
It's always one of the more well-attended events of the summer, and this year looks to be no different as the stars are set to converge at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica for the 2012 Do Something Awards on Sunday evening (August 19).
With live red carpet video coverage available below, the night is lined up to see the cast of Fox's hit comedy "New Girl" (Jake Johnson, Max Greenfield and Lamorne Morris) tend to hosting duties while Ben Affleck is awarding the big winner with a $100,000 top prize to help continue his/her charitable efforts.