Kelly Osbourne continues to share details of her battle with Lyme disease.
The former “Fashion Police” star got candid with comedian Andy Cohen on “Watch What Happens Live”. Osbourne, 32, shut down the idea that she belittled fellow celebrities like Yolanda Hadid by calling the sickness a “trendy disease.”
“I actually helped Yolanda, I put her in touch with the doctor who helped me,” the daughter of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne revealed.
“What annoys me is that this is a real, real disease, it almost killed me,” she continued. “Someone can take one sentence and make it seem so negative… there is nothing negative, I will do anything to raise awareness for it because I almost died from it.”
Osbourne also dished on her mom’s adorable relationship with her “The Talk” co-hosts. “It’s the first time in her life that she’s ever had girlfriends, that she goes out with, they have a ladies lunch once a week, they have so much fun,” Osbourne said. “And I don’t know if you’ve noticed, I have the same thing as my mom, we can’t pretend if we don’t like someone.”
Osbourne opens up about her past drug abuse, Lyme disease and much more in her new tell-all book There Is No F**king Secret: Letters From a Badass B**ch.