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Kelly Osbourne Does it Again

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Friday 29 August 2003

Kelly Osbourne Does it Again

At the MTV Video Music Awards happening right now in New York City Kelly Osbourne is once again stealing the show in Karen Walker. Kelly can be seen flaunting Walker's signature 'Young, Willing and Eager' t-shirt and yellow purspex skull broach at the event, which is televised live in the United States to over 200 million people and will be aired in New Zealand on Monday, 1st September at 8.30 pm on TV3.

Kelly has been featured heavily in the event conducting interviews and just fifteen minutes ago presented a life time achievement award to Duran Duran.

Kelly Osbourne has been a loyal fan of Karen Walker since she wore a black satin prom dress, also from the 'Young, Willing and Eager' collection, to the MTV Movie Awards earlier this year. Since then she has continued to purchase many items from the collection which is currently in store globally.

The MTV awards have been instrumental in launching the Karen Walker label into the United States, starting with Madonna wearing Karen Walker trousers when she performed with Lenny Kravitz.

Karen's thrilled with Kelly's continued love of the line saying "Kelly's such a dream customer. She adores what we do, she looks great in what she buys and we just love her to bits."

The t-shirt and broach can currently be purchased at all Karen Walker stores and in over 110 Karen Walker stockists world wide.

For images go to : www.wireimage.com or www.mtv.com


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