Ozzy Osbourne sent a private jet to California to fly his daughter Kelly to New York for Black Sabbath's concert tonight (31.03.14).
Kelly Osbourne feels ''spoilt rotten'' by her father.
The 'Fashion Police' host was thrilled Ozzy Osbourne sent a private plane to pick her up to take her to New York ahead of his group Black Sabbath's show at Brooklyn's Barclays Center tonight (31.03.14).
She tweeted: ''Dadda I'm on my way to you! Just waiting on mum.... I can't believe you sent a plane for me you really do spoil me rotten! I am the luckiest girl in the world to have a father like you!!!!! I love you soooooooo much Dadda #blacksabbath #madisonsquargardens (sic)''
Though Kelly was excited about making the trip, she admitted there was one aspect of the journey she wasn't looking forward to.
She added: ''Take offs will forever give me the fear!!!! (sic)''
And the 29-year-old star has had quite a weekend of travel, as on Friday (28.03.14) she joined her mother Sharon Osbourne at Sir Elton John's 67th birthday celebrations in Las Vegas, before heading for an ''adventure'' in Palm Springs, California, with her friends on Saturday (29.03.14).
She tweeted on Saturday: ''When @milktyson & @thedingoinsnow told me they where taking me on an adventure to take my mind off of work..,, I had no idea we would end up in Palm Springs!!! #vampire
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