Kelly Osbourne received an unexpected, and unwanted, welcome at the Dome in London last weekend, according to TheWharf.
Furious Kelly stormed off stage before the end of her set after the crowd threw plastic bottles and other missiles at her at the Snickers Game On party on Sunday, June 22.
A new-look Kelly, with bleached blonde spiky hair, sang the title track to her debut album, "Shut Up". The hostile crowd responded by shouting "Fuck Off" back at her.
Kelly, the penultimate act, told the crowd: "Okay you might fucking well hate me, but I'm here for another half-an-hour."
But she only managed another 10 minutes on stage before cutting short her gig by 20 minutes.
One gig-goer told The Wharf: "I felt sorry for her to be honest.
"She's only young. But to be fair she gave as good as she got, she even threw a drumstick into the crowd."
A spokesperson for the event told The Wharf: "She did seem to have a really tough time of it out there, although I've no idea why."
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