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Kelly Osbourne attends the world premiere of "RuPaul's Drag Race Live!" at Flamingo Las Vegas on January 30, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

In her first interview since posting a message to fans telling them about a relapse, Kelly Osbourne sat down with Extra and discussed “cancel culture,” her sobriety, her boyfriend and her weight loss.

36-year-old Osbourne recently told Extra that “I don’t know why my nervous breakdown happened at the end of the lockdown, I made it all the way through, and everything was great and my life was going perfect. I’m that girl that when everything is going great I need to f— it up a little bit and make everything a little bit worse in my life. I am an addict and I thought that I had a enough time under my belt and I could drink like a normal person, and it turns out I cannot and I will never be normal. I don’t know why I even tried it. But, it’s not for me and it took me a matter of days and I was like done, not doing this.”

Osbourne told Extra’s Jenn Lahmers how she doesn’t feel like she started back at square one after relapsing. “This is going to be something I am going to battle for the rest of my life. For the rest of my life. It’s never going to be easy. Through being accountable and owning your own journey and sharing what you can go though, you can help other people. That’s why I came clean, I could have sat here and nobody would know.”

As for what triggered her relapse, Osbourne said, “I got all of my career goals happening… and then I got happy cause I got this incredible boyfriend and everything in my life is so great and I’m like I’m not an addict anymore… On top of that pandemic fever… It all just got too much.”

Of her boyfriend Erik Bragg, she said, “We’ve been dating so long that we both use the word… I can tell you that I am getting to know somebody that is incredible, talented, amazing, and makes me laugh so much.”

Lahmers complimented Osbourne’s 90-pound weight loss, to which Osbourne responded, “Okay, so that’s the whole thing. Everyone was so, like, caught up in how, how I look. They never asked me how I felt. And the truth is, I was so f—ing happy and I felt amazing. I did it for me. I did it because I wanted to like what I saw in the mirror. I wanted the body to match the mind, because I spent so much time working on my mind and then I spent a year working on my body and now, it’s about the soul. Did the mind, the body, now the soul.”

Though Osbourne has revealed her struggles, she isn’t going to let that bring her down. She said,  “I’m excited about what I don’t know. I’m excited about what I do know. The world is scary right now, but it’s an honor to be a part of the world, when beautiful change is happening.”

As for her thoughts on racism and “cancel culture,” Osbourne said, “I didn’t know what was really going on in this country because I just thought that simply being not racist was enough. It’s not, it’s actually not, you have to be actively not racist and educate yourself and learn, and don’t be afraid to make a mistake! Everybody’s so afraid of ‘cancel culture,’ I say f— ‘cancel culture,’ it’s all about counsel culture. Educate people, teach people. A gentle nudge in the right direction is so much better than a public execution.”

Watch the interview with Kelly Osbourne on Extra below:

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