The singer and TV presenter also spoke about her excitement at hosting the upcoming British LGBT Awards.
Singer and TV presenter Kelly Osbourne has opened up about how close she feels to the LGBTQ community after she was announced as the host of the upcoming British LGBT Awards.
Speaking to the Mail Online, she said: “It’s the only community that accepted me. It was the only world I ever really felt comfortable in, because, I don’t know what it feels like to fit in. I am so excited to be hosting these awards.”
She also praised the awards, which celebrates people who have helped advance the rights of the LGBTQ community over the past year.
“It is such an important event which shines a light on LGBT+ role models and those who are doing so much to advance the rights of LGBT+ people not only in Britain but all over the world,” she said.
Speaking about why Kelly Osbourne was chosen to be the host, Sarah Garrett, the founder of the awards, said: “Kelly is recognized as an international champion of the LGBT+ community, supporting charities like the Trevor Project, the Los Angeles LGBT Center and various initiatives for LGBT+ Youth.
“She’s the perfect choice to host this years’ ceremony, which is shaping up to be the biggest British LGBT Awards yet.
“We’re looking forward to recognizing the diverse range of public figures and campaigners who use their platform to enhance the rights of the LGBT community.”
Voting for the British LGBT Awards is currently open, and you can vote here.
The British LGBT Awards will be held on 17 May at the Grosvenor Square Marriott Hotel.