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Fierce

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This no-holds-barred account of Kelly Obsourne's upbringing is as shocking as it is disarmingly funny. From stories about her father's alcoholism to pushing over portaloos on tour, Kelly unflinchingly deals with the extraordinary experiences that have made up her life so far: 'Kelly Osbourne has written Fierce, a handbook for teenage girls/memoir of adolescence lived under very bright lights. After reading it, and her anecdotes about her mum's early experiments with home waxing, and her dad snipping off her thong, and Amy Winehouse complimenting her on her tits, and the confidence that comes with Vicodin, as well as the fact boxes with advice about bullying and hair straighteners, I like her very much.' Eva Wiseman, Observershow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 336 pages
  • 126 x 194 x 24mm | 222.26g
  • Ebury Publishing
  • Virgin Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • UK ed.
  • integrated b&w
  • 0753519364
  • 9780753519363
  • 372,417

Review quote

"A remarkably candid autobiography" * Grazia * "She's celebville's most outspoken woman, and we love her for it." * Heat *show more

About Kelly Osbourne

Following the Emmy Award-winning The Osbournes, Kelly Osbourne has gone on to make a serious name for herself in the worlds of television, radio, musical theatre and fashion. She received rave reviews in 2007 for Chicago and later that year was nominated for a prestigious Sony Award after starting her radio slot on The Surgery. Kelly's TV presenting work includes co-hosting the Brit Awards, and her recording career includes a half-million selling No. 1 single.show more

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"A remarkably candid autobiography"show more

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'A remarkably candid autobiography' Grazia 'After reading her anecdotes about her mum's early experiments with home waxing, and her dad snipping off her thong, and Amy Winehouse complementing her on her tits, and the confidence that comes with Vicodin, as well as the fact boxes with advice about bullying and hair straighteners, one likes her very much.' Observer 'A blunt account of addiction and recovery, admirably stripped of the martyrish posturing of celebrity poor me memoirs' The Timesshow more

Rating details

268 ratings
3.51 out of 5 stars
5 23% (61)
4 27% (72)
3 33% (88)
2 14% (38)
1 3% (9)
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