Kelly Osbourne had spoken about her weight, after she spent the whole of 2010 inhaling for dear life, 1950′s protagonist-style. Or she actually worked out, ate in moderation and handled her weight loss like a responsible adult, serious about long-term health goals. Whatever. Osbourne had also spoken about the weight she lost, during her time on Dancing With The Stars, because DWTS is the new StairMaster. Or the old Shake Weight, if you will. She’s wicked skinny now. And as we all know, in Hollywood, this means she’s now happy and she can snuggle with her skinny jeans each night. Except, it doesn’t. As Osbourne mentioned in the same breath, fellow ingenues stopped being her Blackberry friends; they saw her as a threat for parts in movies they wanted, etc. If the industry sniping isn’t bad enough, the 26-year-old admits she’s got the media scrutinising her current weight. They’re assuming, once people stop paying attention, she’ll put all the weight back on again. ‘For some reason, the media isn’t [happy with my weight],’ she told Us Weekly. ‘[The media keeps] writing that I’m getting fat, and I’m not. I’m the same size.’ Phew. I don’t know about which sites she’s talking. Ones she needs to stop reading, I guess. But I’ve not read anyone calling Osbourne fat. Or pointing out supposed weight she’d gained. Below are the most recent pictures of Osbourne, on April 24, as she attends the Tribeca Film Festival screening of God Bless Ozzy Osbourne at BMCC Tribeca PAC in New York City.