That's what Kelly Osbourne told Access Hollywood on Wednesday night at Us Magazine's Hot Hollywood Style party. And that's certainly an encouraging thing to hear--even if that little "right now" addendum does leave you feeling that perhaps the now 24-year-old former enfant terrible of everyone's favorite dysnfunctional family the Osbournes might herself be having a hard time believing that it's going to last.
For those who may have lost track, or count, of such things, Kelly Osbourne recently emerged from her third stint in rehab, and while the '04 and '05 check-ins were linked to painkiller addiction, this latest one has been described by the family as simply dealing with "personal issues."
Of course, it should be noted that that Kelly "voluntarily" re-entered rehab in January just days after she was arrested for an August '08 incident at a London nightclub in which she allegedly slapped an English gossip columnist who'd written some unflattering things about Osbourne's teenaged fiance, model Luke Worrall. So maybe some anger management issues may have been in the mix this time out, or rather, in rehab land.
Interestingly, though, Osbourne told Access Hollywood that one thing she's determined to not let bother her anymore is criticism about her weight. "I'm normal and it hurts 10 times more because I can't numb it. You know you read it and... I've never tried to be that kind of girl. The last thing I want to do right now is open up a magazine and read about how fat I am," she said. "I could be really skinny. I really could, but I don't want to be really skinny and I like food and I don't want to be on drugs."
Of course, having grown up Osbourne, simply surviving in any shape or form--physically or mentally--is probably more of an achievement than Kelly gives herself credit for. Hopefully, that was pointed out to her during her latest turn in rehab. In any event, coming as it does at the end of a week filled with buzz over the Susan Boyles of the world and judgments based solely on appearances, daring to not be skinny doesn't sound like too bad a thing to do; right now, or ever.