Kelly Osbourne Weight Loss "People Still Say I'm Fat"

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Kelly Osbourne reality star and celebrity fashion correspondent revealed that critics still point out her weight saying she is fat even after losing over 50 lbs.

In interview with Fabulous magazine, the 28 year-old revealed her new figure "I'm the thinnest I've ever been and the healthiest I've ever been," said Osbourne adding "Insane thing is that I'm UK size 4 to 6 (US size 2 to 4) and people still say I'm fat." Kelly has lost over 50 pounds since joining the ABC hit show "Dancing with the Stars." She has been working out everyday since 2009 revealing she was forced to begin diet and exercise routine while competing in the show, she and dance partner Louis van Amstel took 3rd place that season.

After the show Kelly revealed she had maintained her relationship with Amstel, Dutch professional dancer and choreographer who also runs his own dance fitness program, 'LaBlast,' and recently started his LVA fitness clothing line in summer of 2012. The E! fashion correspondent said "I still exercise every day, even just for 15 minutes, but I'm careful with what I eat, I read the labels," to maintain her 112 pounds, new figure she does yoga, cardio training and pilates daily. In recent interview with InStyle magazine she revealed her new diet includes cereal or omelet in the morning, turkey burger or salad for lunch and vegetables, brown rice and some meat for dinner.

Kelly has recently involved herself in ITV, British top commercial TV network's Daybreak with Lorraine, sharing with viewers her weight loss and diet tips to maintaining a slim figure with her fitness and diet team. "I know that communicating healthy living in a language that's easy to understand can be the key to changing someone's life," said Osbourne to Fabulous. 

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