The following news item comes to us courtesy of the New York Daily News:Like father, like daughter. Now that MTV's "The Osbournes" has made her a star, Kelly Osbourne is embarking on her first celebrity feud. Visiting Sydney, Australia, recently, Ozzy's little girl shocked reporters by using the C-word to describe Aussie pop star Natalie Imbruglia. The Imbruglia imbroglio erupted at Australia's version of the Grammys. Osbourne, 17, explained to reporters that, while she'd long been a fan of the singer, "She didn't know who I was when I met her. She was a very big bitch to me, and I don't forget s-- like that." The big-boned bigmouth is working on the video for her next song, aptly titled "Shut Up".
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