KELLY Osbourne believes she could be Australian - because she loves it Down Under so much.
The 31-year-old star has been judge on the latest series of TV show 'Australia's Got Talent' and she admits she hasn't never felt so at home as does in Oz, as everyone she has met has been so kind to her.
Kelly - who was born in London but grew up mainly in Los Angeles with her famous family, including mother Sharon and father Ozzy - told Australian magazine TV WEEK: "When I was first getting on the plane to come here, I called my mum, saying, 'What the f**k have I signed myself up for?'
"But I love it here (in Australia) so much. I'm not used to people being so nice to me. I got here and told Mum, 'I think I might just be Australian.' "
Kelly sat on the panel of 'Australia's Got Talent' with Ian 'Dicko' Dickson, Sophie Monk and Eddie Perfect.
The show was won by teenage singer Fletcher Pilon and Kelly is ready to return to the programme in 2017 if bosses want her.
'The Osbournes' star added: "I'll be on board, I can't tell you how much fun I've had."
Being a talent show judge runs in the Osbourne family as Sharon, 63, previously starred on the panels of 'America's Got Talent' and the UK version of singing contest 'The X Factor'.