KELLY OSBOURNE: 'MTV Makes Me Sick To My Stomach'

KELLY OSBOURNE doesn't think she's getting enough love from MTV. The network's hesitance to push her new video, "Come Dig Me Out", into heavy rotation has sent her to the brink.

"MTV makes me sick to my stomach," Osbourne told The Detroit News. "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."

Kelly's Epic Records debut, "Shut Up", though received warmly by critics, has sold a scant 134,000 copies since its release last November.

But Osbourne says she couldn't care less. "I honestly don't care if I sell any albums," she claimed. "People don't see me as an artist, they see me as a television star. And I don't care. I don't care if people take me serious as an artist."


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