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Kelly Osbourne: "Screw The Environment!"

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Not that anything remotely interesting coming out of Kelly Osbourne’s mouth will ever rock the entertainment world; but I found this little tidbit hilarious.

Apparently, Osbourne was out on Thursday night to attend a bash at the same location (Boulevard3) as the Elle Magazine “Green Bash”. Unfortunately for Kelly, she went to the wrong red carpet and became incredibly confused when an army of photographers descended upon her. From the article,

“She had planned to attend burlesque star DITA VON TEESE’s party at the same address, Boulevard3, and used the wrong entrance. Photographer LILY CORTEZ says, ‘It was hilarious – she went from one red carpet to the other and looked really embarrassed. She literally scuttled away, covering her face.'”

Even better, after Osbourne found out about her mistake and the environmental-theme of the party, she reportedly said, “Screw the environment!” turned around, and left.  As one LiveJournal site noted, “The reason behind Kelly’s indifference towards the environment? Her insatiable appetite for the world’s limited lycra resources.” Brilliant.

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