Kelly takes to the red carpet with her mum Sharon. The X-Factor judge is making her debut as an actress in the new movie
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19 DECEMBER 2006
Kelly Osbourne swapped her rock chick image for a more red-carpet look when she stepped out for a movie premiere in London this week. The reality TV star was elegant in a flowing, Grecian-style gown when she joined her mum Sharon at the star-studded screening of It's A Boy Girl Thing.
Sharon makes her acting debut in the high school comedy, which was produced by her friends Elton John and David Furnish. The X-Factor star says she doesn't have any plans to reinvent herself as the next Meryl Streep, though. "I loved every minute of doing this, but I don't think this is the beginning of a new film career," she said. "It was just so great to work with my friends, to do this with them."
Canadian hunk Kevin Zegers plays the lead role in the movie, which tells the story of two sworn enemies - a guy and a girl - who suddenly find themselves living in each other's bodies. The 22-year-old won widespread critical acclaim for his portrayal of a transsexual's son in Transamerica, but this time around it is he who undergoes a gender swap.
The young actor will no doubt have fond memories of his time in the UK, as he was given quite a welcome by London's glitterati. Sting and his wife Trudi Styler were both photographed chatting with the performer, along with Girls Aloud singer Cheryl Cole and R&B star Jamelia. Among the other famous faces in attendance for the event were former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell, small screen favourite Graham Norton and fashion gurus Trinny and Susannah.
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