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It's great to be a reality star and a member of rock's royal family, but fame and fortune won't mend a broken heart. Case in point: Kelly Osbourne, who has spent her summer trying to get over her breakup with former fiance Luke Worrall.
Osbourne, 25, stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Thursday and spoke rather candidly about how she's still coping with the split. "It's been the hardest thing I've ever had to deal with in a long time, and I'm not over it," she tells DeGeneres, adding, "For a while I thought a small part of me wanted to still be with him, but it's not right."
What Osbourne does want is, "A man that's going to stand next to me and say, 'I don't care what anyone else says, that's my girlfriend. Shut up,' And not many people will do that."
Apparently, Worrall, 20, woudln't stand by his woman. The couple, who became engaged in November 2008 called it quits this July because, as Osbourne explains, "We weren't happy anymore. I had to go to the next step in my life, and so did he, unfortunately." Rumors swirled that Worrall, a model, had actually cheated on Osbourne.
The former Dancing With the Stars contestant admitted that this breakup was even more difficult then the one she went through with rocker Bert McCracken. Osbourne said of the Worrall split, "(This breakup) sucked way more because I was going to marry him. I wanted to spend the rest of my life with him, and a part of me still really does, but there is a huge part of me that doesn't."
Osbourne also thinks that getting over the honeymoon phase of their relationship is what stopped them from getting to their actual honeymoon. She shared with DeGeneres her cynical view that, "The best your relationship is ever going to be is how it is when you're dating."
Kelly Osbourne's visit to The Ellen DeGeneres Show airs today on NBC. Check local listings for times.
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