Kelly Osbourne considers her Trump-Latino comments the 'worst thing I've ever done'

The scandalous words that Kelly Osbourne made regarding Latinos and Donald Trump continue to make her experience a painful one.

The singer known for her hit song "One Word" recently gave an interview to Rolling Stone in which she discussed the contentious comments she made on "The View" in 2015. She described the comments as the "worst thing" she has ever done.

During the initial episode, the panel on "The View" was debating the remarks that Donald Trump, who was running for president at the time, had made on immigration. 

Osbourne posed the following question: "If you kick every Latino out of this country, then who is going to be cleaning your toilet, Donald Trump?"

Following the comment, there was a huge amount of backlash on the internet. The comment caused Osbourne's colleagues hosts on "The View" to react with gasps and resistance.

In an interview with Rolling Stone, Osbourne stated that she "died" when she saw the old film reviving and making a trend on TikTok in the most recent weeks.

"It hurt a lot of people, and that to me, is by far makes it the worst thing I've ever done," according to her. It dawned on me that I am not very good at live television and that words have a tremendous deal of power. 

In addition, it is quite challenging to be categorized as something that you are not. But it did take place. No matter what I do, I am powerless.

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