Kelly Osbourne: Loving Myself Helped Me Lose Over 60 Lbs.

The E! 'Fashion Police' cohost says delving into therapy taught her to "respect and love myself" -- and ultimately drop weight

Kelly Osbourne has ended up having one of the hottest bodies in Hollywood after dropping over 60 lbs,, and she's understandably pretty proud of it. It turns out that the daughter of Ozzy Osbourne had a secret tip that helped her shed the weight: loving herself.

"Losing weight was just one benefit of putting the hard work in and sorting myself out on the inside first through therapy," the 28-year-old tells Cosmopolitan Body. "That was one of the scariest times of my life. I swear I've never felt more naked, because I had to actually be me and couldn't mask it."

After she dropped all the weight, the E! Fashion Police cohost really got to live up her new body at the Emmys last year when she wore a Zac Posen couture dress designed specifically for her. It fit exactly as it was meant to, and made a big impact on her.

"I'll never be the kind of person who thinks, 'I'm so hot.' I don’t want to be," she says. "But I learned to respect and love myself -- something I didn't think I would ever be capable of. I put on my dress, and when I looked at myself in the mirror I cried. Never in my life did I think that Zac Posen would fly in a dress for me that he could have given to any nominee. It fit me perfectly!"

Osbourne has now made exercise a major part of her life, and says she can't imagine living without it.

"When I started exercising I couldn't even do one sit-up," she says. "By the end of the first week I could do three, and that was a big deal. Now I work out every day and I just don't feel good if I miss it. It's amazing how quickly your fitness builds, but you have to really want it."

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