Kelly Osbourne recently revealed that she and her older sister Aimee no longer speak with one another anymore. Osbourne dropped the bombshell on Monday during her interview on Dax Shepard’s podcast, “Armchair Expert.”
According to Osbourne, she and her older sister have been estranged for some time due to an inability to understand one another. “We don’t talk,” the 36-year-old told Shepard. “We’re just really different. She doesn’t understand me and I don’t understand her.”
Aimee, who is 37-years-old, is the eldest child of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne, who are also parents to their son, 35-year-old Jack. Aimee did not appear on “The Osbournes reality” show since she moved out of the family’s house at 16.
In 2015, Aimee confessed to The Independent that she and her sister were not on good terms. “I wouldn’t say there is an ease between us, but there is an acceptance,” she admitted. “Do we socialize? No.”
In the same interview, she also spoke about 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.”
Kelly Osbourne’s Take On Cancel Culture
During Kelly Osbourne’s interview with Shepard, she also offered her opinion on her mother’s decision to leave “The Talk” after a decade. Sharon Osbourne left the show in March after engaging in a heated debate about race with her co-host, Sheryl Underwood.
During another interview, Kelly said the controversy surrounding her mother hasn’t kept her from looking forward and fighting for social change.
“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.”
She added, “They’re seeing that people have not been held accountable and that there is a huge problem with race in this world.” Osbourne went on to say 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.”
She also said she could care less about cancel culture or “about what anyone thinks about [her] in that sense. 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 .” She concluded, saying, “I care what my family thinks of me.”