'Dry-hump' persuades Osbourne to continue acting career

'Dry-hump' persuades Osbourne to continue acting career

Kelly Osbourne had to “dry-hump” her co-star on the set of her debut movie.

The 25-year-old media personality – who portrays groupie Nicole in upcoming film ‘Should’ve Been Romeo’ – admits she had an uncomfortable scene to act out, but the experience has made her consider acting as a full-time career.

Writing in her column for Closer magazine, she said: “I’ve just finished the first week of shooting on my new film ‘Should’ve Been Romeo’. My character Nicole is very different to me – she’s a bit of a crazy groupie! I just had to dry-hump my co-star Paul Ben Victor for one of the scenes – and I was s***ting myself because it was so sexual and not me.

“It’s been one of the most amazing experiences of my life – I want to do a gritty drama next.”

Earlier this week Kelly – whose previous film experience consists of a cameo in ‘Austin Powers: Goldmember’ - took to twitter to reveal her nerves at filming the role.

She wrote: “Good morning today is my first day of filming for the movie and im so excited!(sic)”

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