Sharon Osbourne has revealed that “little boy” Ashton Kutcher is the rudest celebrity she’s ever met.
The 70-year-old wife of rocker Ozzy Osbourne is known for not mincing her words, and she didn’t hold back in sharing her opinion of the “No Strings Attached” actor.
Appearing on E! News alongside her daughter Kelly Osbourne, 38, Thursday, the duo played a game of “Stir the Pot” where they had to answer random questions.
One of the questions asked Sharon to name the rudest celeb she’d ever met, and she wasted no time answering — though she couldn’t quite remember his name right away.
“The guy that’s married to an actress and he used to do ‘That 70s Show,’” Sharon said before Kelly chimed in, “Oh, Ashton Kutcher? Really?”
“Yes. Oh, rude, rude, rude, rude little boy,” Sharon said of the “Your Place or Mine” actor.
“I was not prepared for that,” Kelly said to her mom. “Really?”
“Yes. Dastardly little thing,” the former “The Talk” co-host said, though she did not reveal the ordeal that put his name in her bad books.
It’s not the first time Sharon made her feelings for Kutcher known.
Appearing on “Larry King Now” in 2018, Sharon recalled an episode of “The Talk” that didn’t quite go to plan.
“I didn’t get on with one guy, that Ashton Kutcher,” she said at the time. “Didn’t get on with him at all.”
She said Kutcher, who is married to Mila Kunis, had a “bad attitude” because she didn’t remember his name.
“He was pissed,” she told King. “And he comes on with an attitude, and he goes, ‘What have you done in this industry?’”
“And I was like, ‘Kid, don’t start with me because I’m going to eat you up and s–t you out,’” she added. “I was just like, ‘You don’t know what you’re dealing with kid.’”
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Elsewhere in her E! News interview, Sharon expressed regret over calling out Justin Bieber years ago.
“He did something, and when I was doing another talk show, I said, you know, ‘He’s really bad,’ and, ‘How can his parents let him do that?’ And all of that, and I’m like, who am I to say that he’s bad?” she said.
“He’s a kid! Leave him alone! And I felt really terrible after saying that, and I felt such guilt.”
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