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Kelly Osbourne will kick paparazzi 

added: 17 Sep 2012 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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Kelly Osbourne makes sure she kicks photographers who try and get inappropriate shots of her when she is getting out of a car.

Kelly Osbourne kicks paparazzi so they can't get up-skirt shots of her.

The 'Fashion Police' presenter claims photographers in London can be particularly ferocious when trying to get a risque picture, but she and her girlfriends have learnt special techniques to deal with the problem.

She said: "We have this thing that the girls have learnt to do in London, the paps do this thing where they go on the floor and try and shoot up your skirt, so the first thing we do is just kick them, so they can't do it!

"They get on their knees, that's how bad they are. I will say, though, in this country it is getting better."

Despite the paparazzi issue, the 27-year-old celebrity loves coming back to her native UK from Los Angeles because of the difference in culture.

Kelly - whose parents are British stars Ozzy and Sharon -She said: "This will always be home for me, I'm always going to be British. I've got every English sweet you can imagine in my hotel room, it's just been heaven being back.

"Even the smell of London, I know that's weird, but it's just different and it's nice being able to fall over on cobbled streets instead of just sparkly pavements."

Discussing her brother Jack Osbourne's Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis, Kelly admits she would not be able to deal with it as well as he has.

Speaking on UK TV show 'Lorraine', she added: "I don't know how he does it, if it was me I'd be so self-loathing and miserable, but he's got an almost military sense of mind where even if he doesn't like something he just does it."

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