Kelly Osbourne Tattoo Removal: “Body Art Was A Mistake”
Say buh-bye to Kelly Osbourne’s ink.
Now that the English spitfire is seriously considering a career in acting, she’s taking a deep breath and bracing herself for the painful process of undergoing laser surgery to remove her numerous tattoos.
Kelly, now 25, is coming to the slow realization that her massive amounts of body art were “a mistake.” The reality TV star — who makes no secret of the fact that she was drunk almost everytime she went under the needle — has inked a series of different images across her body, including a keyboard on her forearm, wings on her back, and the name of her brother Jack.
“Some still have special meaning, like the matching ones my brother Jack and I have of each other’s names, but I now feel like some were a mistake,” she writes in her weekly column for Britain’s Closer Magazine.
“They covered a few of them with make-up last week for a scene in my new film Should’ve Been Romeo – and I can’t say I missed them. I want to get rid of the keyboard on my forearm – I can’t even play the piano. And I don’t like the heart and bones on my wrist either,” Kelly adds. “I met with my dermatologist and I’ll start the laser treatment as soon as I have time. I’m not looking forward to the pain but I’ve heard it hurts less than getting the tattoo. I hope so!”