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Kelly Osbourne Chooses Ankle Sprain Over Landing Face First In Toilet

February 22, 2013 06:52 AM by Lisa Princ

Dancing With The Stars alum, Kelly Osbourne may have been graceful on the dance floor, but she is definitely not the most graceful gal in everyday life. In fact, the accident prone star recently revealed a sprained ankle, but get this – she sprained her ankle to avoid falling face first into a public toilet!

If given the choice, would choose a sprained ankle or falling head first into a public toilet? For Kelly Osbourne, it was a no-brainer as the star chose to sprain her ankle! Two days ago, Osbourne posted a picture on Twitter of her foot in a cast, and then explained to fans: “Got my shoe stuck in a bathroom drain. I was faced with spraining my ankle or eating the toilet. Guess what I picked? I sprained the muscles in my ankle that go up to the back of my knee, so it was the boot or crutches!”

Later, Kelly Osbourne added: “I just could not bear the thought of my face landing in a public toilet! However, I’m now questioning my decision due to the pain!” And this is just one of many accidents for the Dancing With The Stars alum. Back in July, she was accidentally struck in the head on a plane, when another passenger tried to recline their seat. In late 2011, Kelly posted that she cracked her head open, and then a month later admitted to being accident prone, revealing that she fell out of her bed and fractured her hand.

Poor Kelly! We hope your ankle feels better soon! What do you think of this news? We know you have an opinion and we want to hear from you! Comment below to share your thoughts with us.

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