Backstage at the American Music Awards on Jan. 13, Access Hollywood got to the bottom of the Christina Aguilera and Kelly Osbourne feud."Personally I think she has a crush on me, because she seems so obsessed with talking about me," Christina told Access. It all started when Kelly made fun of Christina's Christmas CD on her MTV show, "The Osbournes", saying that while she was listening to it, "I'm not kidding you, I wanted to bleeping stab myself!" After that, in various print interviews, Kelly made scathing comments about Christina, including: "She is one of the most disgusting human beings in the entire world," and "I've seen drag queens who look better." When asked to set the record straight about an alleged confrontation between her and Kelly, Christina said: "I tried to confront her at a club, I think, and she just totally backed up, she was just like, 'I don't have anything to say about you, blah, blah, blah. That's not me, that's my mother.' When I confronted her in person she really didn't have anything to say, so I don't know."
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