Kelly Osbourne has revealed that she suffers from a rare form of misophonia which means she hates certain sounds made by people eating.
Kelly Osbourne has a rare form of misophonia which means she hates certain sounds made by men when they eat.
The 33-year-old star suffers from the condition which means she cannot stand to listen to people chew their food in a certain way, and it is men who annoy her more than women.
Kelly is worried that her rare problem will prevent her from getting married because she especially dislikes the sounds that guys emit when they are eating.
Appearing as a guest panellist on UK TV show 'Loose Women' on Thursday (26.07.18), she shared: ''I have misophonia, it's a phobia of mouth noises. I can't handle it!''
Discussing how men with big mouths anger her the most when they're munching on meals, she added: ''I've walked up to people I don't know and ripped the gum out of their mouth. It makes my knees buckle and makes me sweat. Don't ask, it's another tick on my box of insanities!
''I can't handle it, it drives me nuts.''
Misophonia is classified as a phobia of sounds in general, and is sometime referred to as ''sound rage'' because of the reaction it prompts in sufferers.
She said: ''I never want to get married, the way men chew annoys me, so much about them annoys me!''
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