By: Pat Prescott - Staff Writer
Published: Jun 17, 2021

Kelly Osbourne Loses 2nd Dog in a Year

Kelly Osbourne s devastated after having to put her Pomeranian puppy, Noodles to sleep. This after she lost another Pomeranian puppy, Woody last July. She had no recourse after a scan showed Noodles had an incurable brain defect that it was born with.

Through her Twitter account, she tweeted the following on Tuesday, “My poor baby girl Noodles is sick,” “She had a seizure & they don’t know why I’m taking her to see a specialist two hours away for a brain scan.”

However, the next day she tweeted about the bad news she recieved, “Noodles is not going to make it.” “She was born with a brain defect, and I have to put her to sleep today,”

Timing couldn’t be worse for Osbourne as she seems to have hit a ruff patch in the last week or so. Days before having to put the dog down she had suddenly broke of a relationship with fiancé Luke Worrall. “My life just could not get any worst right now,” Osbourne wrote on Twitter at the time.

Osbourne is a British media personality, television personality, host, judge, fashion designer, singer, and actress, best known for being the daughter of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne. She was thrust into the limelight after appearing on the reality serieswith her family for which they won a 2002 Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality Program.

She has also appeared on Dancing with the Stars, in which she and professional dance partner Louis van Amstel took third place, and has made forays into music, acting, theatre, writing, columnist and broadcast presenting. Currently, Osbourne is a co-host on the TV show “Fashion Police.”


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