Keeping it real. Kelly Osbourne got candid about how quickly her recent relapse got out of control after nearly four years of sobriety.
In a preview for the episode, Osbourne explained that she had "made it all the way through the pandemic" — but her relapse was sparked when she saw a woman and her husband drinking a glass of champagne poolside one day.
"It looked really nice and I was like, ‘I can do that, too,'" the Fashion Police alum said. "And then the next day, I had two glasses, and then the day after that it was bottles."
"Like full bottles to yourself?" Willow asked. "Yeah," Osbourne admitted. "Couldn’t even hold back."
Osbourne came forward about the relapse in April in a video posted on Instagram Story, explaining she was "not proud of it," but, "I’ve learned it truly is just one day at a time … and I just want to tell you guys the truth because I never, ever want to lie to you."
"I am an addict and had thought that I had enough time under my belt and I could drink like a normal person, and it turns out I cannot and I will never be normal," she told Extra the same month. "I don’t know why I even tried it. It’s not for me, and it took me a matter of days and I was like 'Done, not doing this.'"
"I don’t know why my nervous breakdown happened at the end of the lockdown, I made it all the way through, everything was great and my life was perfect," the TV personality admitted. "I’m that girl that when everything is going great I need to f*** it up a little and make everything a little bit worse in my life."
In 2017, Osbourne decided to get sober and celebrated her first year of sobriety in 2018. That same year, she revealed she was going to therapy to help with addiction.
"There’s still a huge stigma, especially in this country," she said at the time. "You work out to keep your body good so you go to therapy to keep your mind good."
During her appearance on Red Table Talk, Osbourne also revealed her struggles began when she was prescribed Vicodin at the age of 13 after she had her tonsils removed. "It felt like life gave me a hug," she said, adding the substance numbed her insecurities, and led to her using Percocet and heroin. Ultimately, she decided to get sober after a lengthy battle with rehab stints and detoxes.
"For me, it was either I was going to die, or I was going to get help," she previously told PEOPLE. "I decided that I wanted to live, that life is worth living and that I have an incredible family and friends and why am I allowing myself to be so miserable?"