Kelly Osborne: 0, mascara wand: 1 – the real reason she's wearing an eye patch

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Kelly Osbourne proudly sports an eye patch after a makeup accident. (Photo: Gallo Images/Getty Images)
Kelly Osbourne proudly sports an eye patch after a makeup accident. (Photo: Gallo Images/Getty Images)

Kelly Osbourne is making a statement with her newest accessory. And that statement, the actress says, is “listen to your makeup artist”!

The actress (36), who’s now sporting an eyepatch, explained that it’s because a make-up session went badly.

"When your makeup artist says, 'Don't move,' don't move. Don't move at all," she says on an Instagram Story.

“I’m currently on my way to the eye doctor because I scratched my f***ing eyeball on a mascara wipe.”


In the video clip, Kelly’s makeup artist is in the car with her, apologising profusely as the former Fashion Police star says, "It was my fault! It really was my fault. I moved right into it. I really hope I get an eyepatch because that would be a f***ing look.”

Wish granted!

Kelly, the daughter of rocker Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne later filmed herself wearing a black eye patch.

“The only good thing about this is that it does look like I could maybe poison you and kick the s**t out of you, just by looking at you," she says, adding, "It still hurts!"

Kelly also posted a video of herself wearing the eye patch and a protective plexiglass face shield, saying, "This is some 2020 s**t."

Kelly has also been showing off her new quarantine figure, after revealing she’s shed 40kg after undergoing gastric sleeve surgery, to remove most of her stomach, almost two years ago.

Sources: People, Daily Mail, Today


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