April 14, 2005

Contact is reporting that Kelly Osbourne has upset her parents by insisting their Ozzfest touring festival is the second best rock show in America.

The reality star-turned-pop singer insists California's Coachella Festival is the best show in the world.

She tells Blender magazine, "My mom gets really p**sed off when I say this, but it's the world's best music festival. I've had more fun at Coachella than any other show, including Ozzfest."

COLDPLAY, BAUHAUS, NINE INCH NAILS, NEW ORDER, BRIGHT EYES, FUTUREHEADS and BLOC PARTY are part of the festival's stellar rock line-up. This year's Coachella starts on April 30.

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