Eddie Fournier of the Boston Globe caught up with Kelly Osbourne, who opened up about her failed romance with THE USED frontman Bert McCracken. Asked about the "rock romance," Kelly says, "That was very weird ... I think that's what he wanted it to be, the 'rock romance,' but that's not what I wanted it to be, if you know what I mean. I didn't ever see it like that, and I think that was a big part of why it didn't work out, because that's not what I ever wanted it to be. Ever." As for whether it was tough to balance a relationship on top of everything they both had going on, Kelly responded, "And plus the fact that he's 21 years old, comes from a town in the middle of nowhere, and all of his dreams are coming true. So he's going to want to do whatever the hell he wants, and make his mistakes. I guess I was one of them."


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