Kelly Osbourne 'Won't Work Again If She Changes Hair Colour', Contracted To Purple Locks 'For Two Years'

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Kelly Osbourne has never been afraid of experimenting with her hairstyles, but has recently revealed that she has to keep her lavender locks for a while, because she is apparently contractually obligated to do so.

Kelly, who has been marking herself as a fashionista with a co-hosting spot on E! show Fashion Police alongside Joan Rivers, has admitted that she has to keep her hair purple for two years, or faces never being able to work again if she dyes it.

"I'm contracted to this hair colour", the 28-year-old confessed to E! News. "I can't change it for two years".

The reality TV star, who is on the road to recovery after suffering from a seizure on the set of her E! show which left her hospitalised, admitted that the ban doesn't stop her from considering other colour options, and that she'd quite like to go green.

"I wanted to go green, but was told I wouldn't be able to work anymore!"

Kelly Osbourne 'Won't Work Again If She Changes Hair Colour', Contracted To Purple Locks 'For Two Years'Kelly Osbourne 'Won't Work Again If She Changes Hair Colour', Contracted To Purple Locks 'For Two Years'

Kelly's hair colour has become iconic (Brian To/WENN)

But for now Ozzy Osbourne's youngest daughter, who is renowned for her experimental dress sense, is enjoying the attention that the purple-rinse colour of her hair brings, and has unusually established herself a new role, as "queen of the granny girls". 

''In England, I'm called queen of the granny girls and I love it! My hair is a mix of gray, blue, lavender. It's hard to get this colour, you have to have blond hair to get the right shade.".

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