According to The Pulse Of Radio, Ozzy Osbourne was quite taken with Taylor Swift after meeting her for the very first time last weekend while out shopping in New York City.Sharon Osbourne shared details of their meeting earlier this week on her daytime show (see video below), saying, "He was so blown away with her beauty and the aura that she projects. He said to me, 'I have finally met somebody that I can say is a true superstar.' He said, 'She reminds me of Grace Kelly or Audrey Hepburn.' He called her the most magnificent young girl he's met in his lifetime. He was so blown away by her." It seems the Osbournes' daughter, Kelly Osbourne, has also taken to Taylor. The E! "Fashion Police" host tweeted on Wednesday (October 2), "#GirlsNight baking with @taylorswift13 you guys have no idea how good Taylor is at cooking!" The tweet was accompanied by a photo of the two wearing red and white aprons and opening an oven door with Taylor looking demure and Kelly looking shocked.
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