Kelly Osbourne: Fed Up With Straight Men, Turns To The Gays

Kelly Osbourne—the only Osbourne kid anyone still hears anything about—has made a new proclamation: She's so tired of the antics and games of straight men that she's decided to have a baby with her best gay pal. Kelly Osbourne Dumps Her Cheating Fiancé

We will admit, she's had her share of difficult breakups. Kelly, 26, the middle child of Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne, recently excised herself from a torrid two-year relationship. She split from Luke Worrall last December after she found out he'd been cheating on her. The two had been engaged for over a year at the time of their breakup. Kelly was quite vocal on both Facebook and Twitter during and after their split, quoting notorious breakup songs like "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)" and writing "Luke Worrall makes me sick." Luke was only 20 when they parted ways. Kelly Osbourne Lashes Out At Her Ex On Twitter

Though it seems Kelly's current distaste for straight men doesn't apply to one straight man in particular. Recently, Kelly has been romantically linked to British musician Rob Damiani, lead vocalist for the band Don Broco. Damiani, who is also 26, seems like a much better match for the British lady (at least they'd be able to legally share a romantic evening over wine in the States). Kelly has acknowledged her new relationship with Damiani, but also admits that the couple is taking things slow. "It's true, I'm having fun getting to know someone new," she said. "I met Rob over in the UK recently, and I want to take things slowly, so that means keeping some things private."

And taking things slow must also mean not having a baby together, so Kelly has decided that a nonsexual couple—in this case, her and her best gay mate—would make the perfect parental unit. According to ShowbizSpy, Kelly told Closer magazine "I'm fed up with straight men—I'd love a baby with my gay best friend Nate. We'd be the perfect parents and my mum would love it!"

Kelly's probably just kidding, but who knows? Maybe her and her pal Nate will turn out just like Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd in that movie from the 90s (where Jennifer asks gay Paul to father her baby). But doesn't Jennifer Aniston's character end up falling in love with Paul Rudd’s character, and then he has to remind her that he likes dudes? That's no good. Then Kelly will hate both straight and gay men. A better ending: Damiani will renew Kelly's faith in straight men (because there are good ones out there!) and Kelly will have a baby with whomever she damn well pleases.

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