KELLY OSBOURNE Cancels European Tour Due To 'Health Reasons'

Kelly Osbourne has cancelled her European tour due to "health reasons," it was announced today.

The daughter of former BLACK SABBATH singer Ozzy Osbourne had a string of shows lined up including the V2003 festivals this weekend and T On The Fringe in Edinburgh tomorrow, according to Ireland On-line.

A spokeswoman for the teenager apologized for the cancellations, but could not elaborate on the reasons.

A statement issued on the singer's behalf said Kelly had cancelled the rest of her European tour up to September.

It added: "This is due to health reasons. Many apologies to all concerned."

Just a matter of weeks ago her brother Jack checked into a rehab clinic in the U.S.

Kelly had been due to present this week's edition of the BBC1 music show "Top Of The Pops".

And next month she was to round off her live appearances buy joining her dad Ozzy for his shows at Wembley Arena in London and at Birmingham's NEC.


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