KELLY OSBOURNE has issued a statement via her official web site denying that she ever said anything negative about MTV and proclaiming that she "loves" the cable channel that has single-handedly propelled her to fame and fortune.
As you may recall, in a recent interview with The Detroit News, Osbourne was quoted as saying, "MTV makes me sick to my stomach. Did you know they only play 35 videos a week? It's so stupid. MTV used to be all about breaking new artists. Now, if you're not in a rap group, if you're not talking about 'I fucked the cutest girl in school' or if you're not singing about skateboarding, you can't get played."
"I am very upset about comments attributed to me regarding MTV," Kelly said in her latest statement. "I wholeheartedly deny ever saying anything negative about MTV. Everyone there is like family to me, and I would never say anything bad about them. I was clearly misquoted and I want everyone to know that I LOVE MY MTV."
On another note, click here to check out a bunch of photos taken at Kelly's gig at Axis in Boston, Massachusetts on Saturday, March 29.
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