Kelly Osbourne Tattoos

Kelly Osbourne has a tattooed tribute to her father on her left forearm.  The tattoo consists of the word “Daddy,” a pink and gold heart-shaped lock, a golden key, and a pink banner which reads “This Too Shall Pass.” She got the tattoo in December 2003 while her father Ozzy Osbourne was recovering from a quad bike accident.

The keyboard tattoo on Kelly Osbourne’s right arm is one of her most regrettable. She has struggled with drug and alcohol addiction and was drunk when she got this tattoo.  While Kelly has come to hate most of her tattoos over time, she regretted this one instantly — but she pretended to like it so that her mother wouldn’t be mad! “I think [tattoos] can look good but when you get some big fucking keyboard on your arm, that’s when they’re ugly,” she said.  “I was so fucked up when I got it, the next morning I woke up and thought, what’s this on my arm? But I thought the only way I wouldn’t get a massive telling off from my mum was to own it. I was like: ‘Look how cool this is, Mum!’ But really I thought, ‘Why did I do that?'”

So why did she get it in the first place?  She told Access Hollywood “I can’t play the piano.  And I have a keyboard because I liked Moogs [synthesizers] because I went through my weird 80s phase…Even though it’s really beautifully done and it’s cool, it has absolutely no relevance to me and it’s stupid.”

    Kelly Osbourne and her brother Jack have matching tattoos of each other’s names on their wrists.  While Kelly now regrets many of her tattoos, this one is still meaningful to her.  “Some still have a special meaning, like the matching ones my brother Jack and I have of each other’s names, but now I feel like some were a mistake,” she told Closer magazine.

    Kelly Osbourne has a pair of blue skull and crossbone tattoos on the top of her feet.  They are a male and female — the left skull has a yellow lighting bolt on the forehead while the right has a red bow. Her mother Sharon Osbourne was reportedly angry when Kelly got the ink in 2003, especially because it lacked any meaning: “I was just like, ‘No, no more tattoos. And skull and crossbones – like, what does it mean… you’re a pirate? What is this indicating? What message does this send out?’ She says, ‘Nothing.'” Now Kelly agrees with her mom. In 2010 she told Anderson Cooper “They’re stupid, I know,” and said that she regrets most of her tattoo.