Kelly Osbourne, 25, has decided that some of her tattoos shouldn’t be so permanent. Osbourne decided to remove some of her tattoos after she covered them with makeup while filming a movie, Should’ve Been Romeo, and didn’t miss them. After that realization, she met with a dermatologist to discuss her options for removing the ink.
“I’ll start the laser treatment as soon as I have time,” Osbourne told the British magazine Closer. She says she plans on keeping some of her ink. She cites the matching tattoo she shares with her brother, of each other’s names, as the keeper. The others, she says, were a “mistake” – a not-so-shocking admission that the tattoos one gets at the barely-legal age of 18 aren’t always the best ones.
Some of the tattoos she wants to be rid of include an outline of a keyboard on one of her forearms and a heart-and-bones logo on her wrist. The process to remove all the tattoos will take several months to complete, but she’s not worried, since she’s heard that getting tattoos removed “hurts less than getting the tattoo.”
Osbourne is most well-known for her role in the MTV reality series that documented her father, Ozzy Osbourne, and the rest of her family -- mother Sharon and brother Jack.