Kelly Osbourne fan site KellyOsbourne.org has uploaded a short clip of the upcoming ABC TV drama "Life As We Know It", which features Kelly in a starring role. Download the 18-MB file at this location.Originally titled "Doing It", "Life As We Know It" will air Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT this fall. The series is based on British author Melvin Burgess' novel of the same name. According to Billboard.com, the network describes "Life As We Know It" as a "series about three hormone-charged teenage boys who are trying to do something even harder than losing their virginity, and that's to grow up without totally freaking out." Sean Farris stars as high school jock Dino, Jon Foster as straight-A student Ben and Chris Lowell as the artistic Jonathan. Osbourne will play the role of Deborah in the series, which also features Missy Peregrym and D.B. Sweeney.
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