Kelly Osbourne is a fashion critic on E!’s show Fashion Police. When she commented on Lady Gaga, saying that she should have walked the red carpet at the Grammy Awards, Gaga’s psycho fans got pissed. Kelly usually uses her words as weapons, but she was very kind when she explained her 2 cents.
Osbourne said: “Being part of the music industry is walking the red carpet. You say hello to your fans and you give back to those reporters and those people who supported you.” She explained: “And when you go to an awards show and you don’t walk the red carpet, I find that disrespectful.”
I couldn’t disagree more and I am stunned that Kelly, who has been famous since she was in the womb, would suggest that celebrities owe their fans and the media red carpet appearances. Celebrities are people first, and if they don’t feel like doing a red carpet, they shouldn’t, especially because it often shows when celebs aren’t feeling it.
Gaga’s fans unleashed, characterizing the whole ‘monster’ portion of their appropriately titled nickname, “Little Monsters.”
Kelly Tweeted: “I have been told to die, suck d–k, get raped & that i look like i have aids by @ladygaga fans no wonder they get called bullies.”
Gaga launched another vanity project, an anti-bullying charity to be exact, so why the hell isn’t she calling her Little Monsters out on this sh!t? #GagaSucks.