Kelly_Osbourne after 2Daughter of famous Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne, Kelly Osbourne has recently entered the spotlight after a serious weight loss transformation.  At 34 years old, she decided to undergo gastric sleeve surgery after years of public harassment, alcohol and drug addictions, depression, anxiety, and unhealthy eating habits.

“I will never, ever lie about it [gastric sleeve surgery] ever. It is the best thing I have ever done.” – Kelly Osbourne, 2021

How did Kelly lose so much weight?

Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy (VSG), is a bariatric surgery that cuts off 80-85% of your stomach, limiting how much you are able to eat. The sleeve procedure is popular for its fast and powerful results combined with its safe and minimally invasive techniques. While the sleeve helps make it easier to lose weight, you will still have to commit to exercising and dieting to get long-term success.

How much weight did Kelly Osbourne lose?

Since her gastric sleeve surgery in 2018, Kelly Osbourne has shed 90lbs from her total body mass! While her weight loss has been a success. It wasn’t an easy road for Kelly. She has been working with a trainer, Lacy Stone, and committing to a healthy lifestyle of intense workouts and nutritious, vegan foods. The sleeve is not a quick fix but as the celebrity stated in an interview with Hollywood Raw with Dax Holt and Adam Glyn:

“If you don’t work out and you don’t eat right, you gain weight. All [the gastric sleeve] does is move you in the right direction” – Kelly Osbourne, 2021

Kelly Osbourne Before and After Weight Loss Surgery

Body Measurements: Height and Weight

According to, “Kelly Osbourne is 5 feet 1 inch tall (1.58 meters or 158 centimeters). She weighs around 121 lbs (55 Kg). Her body measures 34-26-35 inches with a bra size of 33C.”

  • Height: approx. 5’1″
  • Starting Weight: approx. 190 lbs (86.2 kg)
  • Heaviest Weight: approx. 220 lbs (99.8 kg)
  • Current Weight: approx. 115 lbs (size 2)
  • Body Mass Index (BMI): approx. 21.00

Kelly Osbourne before weight loss surgery

Kelly Osbourne before2

Before having the sleeve in 2018, Osbourne tried several diet and workout routines. During her time on Dancing with the Stars in 2009, she learned several tips from her dance partner, Louis van Amstel, but once the show was over, she relapsed and went back to unhealthy habits. Since 2012, Osbourne has been following a vegan diet which has helped keep her meals healthy and nutritious but she could never keep a consistent weight loss regimen.

As the celebrity has mentioned in several interviews, she had the sleeve because of her health, not her looks. “I did it for me” (Kelly Osbourne, 2021). For years, she grappled with public harassment as well as alcohol and drug addictions which required years of therapy to recover from. Only after a full year of therapy did Kelly feel mentally and physically ready to get the sleeve.

How she maintained her weight loss

As a vegan, Kelly has had a special, gastric sleeve-friendly meal plan based solely around nutritious fruits and veggies. This has included juicing (drinks full of vitamins, fruits, and vegetables instead of solid ingredients) and fasting for 14-16 hours a day. Her daily exercises include;

  • High-intensity exercises: For 2-3 times a week, do 3 sets of intense workouts such as push-ups, squats, and lunges. To reduce back pain and tighten your core, try 3 sets of “planking” (lay still on a matt, face down with your elbows bent) for 45-60 second
  • Cardio: 3 times a week, try to do a cardio exercise like jogging, swimming, or biking for 20-45 minutes
  • Hoopnotica: Using a regular hula hoop, you can perform certain movements and dances that can really help you trim down! For Osbourne, it has been a fun and relaxing workout that has helped her lose 70lbs since 2013!
  • Spin: If you want to save your curves, try out a spin class where you use a bike machine with a trained professional

What Kelly learned from her Trainer, Lacy Stone

After losing so much weight, Osbourne revealed what inspired her to keep going and fight against her old habits. First, cheating on your diet is okay but it is important to balance it out with proper exercise. Second, mix up your workouts! Don’t stick to one routine and make sure to focus on different muscle groups. If you don’t, you might overwork and even damage your muscle. Last but most importantly, don’t give up! It can be hard to see your progress for the first few weeks of any diet but this is mainly because your body holds onto temporary water weight.  You are losing weight! If you’re too discouraged:

“Toss the scale for the first week or two.” – Kelly Osbourne, 2021

Can I do it too?

Luckily, laparoscopic sleeve surgery is not only for the rich and famous! If you are tired of dealing with obesity issues like type 2 diabetes and can’t find an affordable option in the US or Canada, check out our options! At Mexico Bariatric Center, we only work with the most skilled, board-certified surgeons and use the most modern facilities for 30% of the price you will find in the US. See if you qualify or contact us at 1-855-768-7247 for more info!

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