The newly-svelte star looked almost unrecognizable as stripped off last night and stepped on stage
Is that you, Kelly Osbourne? The newly-svelte star looked almost unrecognisable as she stripped off last night and took to the stage with the Pussycat Dolls for their annual revue.
Dressed in a seriously slinky black number, fishnets and towering sparkly heels, Kelly stepped out on the arm of Pussycat Dolls founder, Robin Antin, who set up the original Burlesque dance troop in 1995.
And Kelly is just the latest in a long list of names – including Britney Spears, Charlize Theron, Gwen Stefani and Scarlett Johansson – to perform on stage with the group.
Miss Osbourne was joined by Carmen Electra and singer Mya for her latest venture at the exclusive Viper club, which was filmed by Donovan Leitch for a new documentary on LA’s Sunset Strip.
And it seems Kelly got a roaring reaction from the celebrity crowd, including Eva Longoria, Kim Kardashian and mum Sharon, who all gathered to watch her strut her stuff on stage.
‘OMG @MissKellyO just killed it!!!’ Kim Tweeted after Kelly’s performance, which was said to include songs 13 Men and Big Spender.
Despite being the centre of attention, Kelly even found time to take to Twitter herself, posting pictures of her long blonde locks, as well as striking sexy Burlesque poses behind the scenes.
The star – who’s just started work on her very first film - also Tweeted her thanks to singer Mya after the event, writing: ‘it was amazing getting to work with you again you sounded so good tonight xoxoxox’
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