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Kelly Osbourne Issues Mea Culpa After $250,000 Emmys Manicure

The “Fashion Police” host says having her nails emblazoned with black diamonds was a “once in a lifetime experience.”

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Kelly Osbourne is sorry if her Emmys manicure offended you, but she’s not sorry for rocking a small fortune's worth of black diamonds on her nails.

The Fashion Police host made headlines on Sunday for her sparkling fingernail polish, created by Los Angeles-based luxury jeweler Azature and consisting of 267-carats of black diamonds. One bottle of the polish is priced at a whopping $250,000.

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On Emmy day, Osbourne tweeted her excitement: "I'm s---ting myself to have that much money on my nails!"

Days later, she’s paying the price -- so to speak.

While clarifying that she did not have to pay for the pricey manicure (“I was just lucky enough to be the one that got picked to wear it”), Osbourne issued a mea culpa of sorts on Wednesday via Twitter.

“I see that my nail polish has offended some of you, however I see your point, but it was a once in a lifetime experience,” she wrote, adding the hashtag #MyApologies.

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“Please forgive me for not regretting it,” she continued. “It made me feel like a queen!”

And while she’s not sorry for wearing the diamonds, she did express regret over any less-than-thoughtful comments on Sunday.

“I have a big mouth & i know it! I just don't like knowing that I have unintentionally offended anyone! If its intentional I dont give a s**t,” she clarified.

What do you think of Osbourne’s manicure? A once in a lifetime experience or a grand waste of resources? Tell us the comments below.

For a closer look at the sparkles, click here for an Instagram photo straight from Osbourne.

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