KELLY OSBOURNE Debuts At British #3 With 'Papa Don't Preach'

KELLY OSBOURNE's version of "Papa Don't Preach" (originally recorded by MADONNA) has entered the English singles chart at number three, according to Kelly's official web site. "It's a great start and we're certain it's only to get better as The Osbournes debuts on Channel 4 in the U.K. November 1. The Emmy-award winning show ran over the summer on England's MTV but the scarcity of subscribers to the channel — it is not ubiquitous like it is here in the States — allowed only a fraction of the isle access to view it. Channel Four is the equivalent of NBC in the States so when The Osbournes drops on November 1 it's gonna be huge!"

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