The former Fashion Police co-host has been in the spotlight since a young age as the daughter of rocker Ozzy Osbourne, but she insists growing up famous had its many downsides.

"A big misconception about fame is that sometimes people forget that you are human; that you too deal with the issues that all women face, ranging from self-worth, body image, societal beauty standards, and the feeling of needing to be perfect," she said as part of Mogul's #IAmAMogul campaign.

The 31-year-old found it hard to deal with the many harsh labels which were given to her in the media, many regarding her appearance as she went from a full-figured teen to a slim and trim 20-something.

"I have been publicly labelled everything from a drug addict, fat, a racist, a spoilt brat, talentless, too skinny to America's Sweetheart," she wrote. "As a result of this, I would do anything to not be me. I would go to bed praying to wake up anyone else but myself."

Kelly adds she grew so sick and tired of the comments, one day she decided to stop worrying about them and focus on being the best version of herself she can be, whatever size or shape.

"I discovered that I never wanted to be the skinniest, the prettiest, the smartest, the funniest, the tallest (or) the best at anything! Because you know what? There will always be someone 'better'," she continued. "You can't change who you are, but you can change your actions. My wish is that girls and women stop competing with each other and learn that we are our best allies."