Kelly Osbourne takes home the Ultimate Style Award as she confesses she 'used to look like sh**'
Wednesday 31 October 2012
Kelly Osbourne wins Cosmo’s Ultimate Style Award before confessing ‘I used to look like sh**!’
Kelly – who recently lost a whopping 65lbs – looked incredible as she showed off her trim figure in a form-fitting floral dress as she arrived at the V&A museum in London for Cosmopolitan’s Ultimate Women of The Year Awards 2012.
The 28-year-old TV presenter couldn’t hide her disbelief though, when she was presented with the Ultimate Style Award. Taking to the stage, she said: ‘I used to look like sh**. I never thought I’d get a style award.’
‘Cosmo putting me on their cover a couple of years ago did wonders for my self-esteem,’ she added.
Since finding her confidence, Kelly has been spotted at numerous fashion events and even co-hosts Channel E!’s Fashion Police show.
But it wasn’t just Kelly that rocked the red carpet. Nicole Scherzinger – who was named the Ultimate Fearless Female at the bash – looked elegant in a cream shift dress with cut out back and red stilettos, while fellow X Factor judge Tulisa went for a short yellow number and contrasting pink lipstick.
The former N Dubz star – who walked away with the Ultimate TV Personality Award – posed with X Factor favourite Ella Henderson who wore a cute, embroidered white dress and black tights before dedicating the award to her PA. She said: ‘My trusty seed Gareth Varey, who broke his leg last night and he’s still here!’
Olympic gold medallist Jessica Ennis, who looked stunning in a fitted white dress with simple bow detailing, won the Ultimate Olympian Award while Fresh Meat actress Zawe Ashton won the Ultimate Newcomer Award. Zawe went for one of the more daring dresses of the night as she posed with Fresh Meat co-star Jack Whitehall.
Fearne Cotton, who hosted the awards, showed off her growing baby bump in a black less dress with a multi-coloured pattern and stepped out in a pair of towering fern green platform heels.
The pregnant Radio 1 star acted as one of the judges in the real-life categories of the awards along with Britain's Got Talent panellist Alesha Dixon, Professor Green, Katie Piper and Karren Brady from The Apprentice.