Kelly Osbourne joined her mom and the evening’s host, Sharon Osbourne, along with stars including Jason Orange, Sarah Harding and Keisha Buchanan at 15 Years of G-A-Y and World AIDS 20th Anniversary in London last night. The event benefited the Elton John AIDS Foundation. G-A-Y is London’s (and some say Europe’s) largest gay and lesbian party. Located in central London, G-A-Y has an enviable reputation of offering outstanding Saturday night PA’s from artists normally associated with Arena and Stadium performances.
The UK girl group Girls Aloud is reportedly defending troubled singer Amy Winehouse, slamming people that suggest she should be dropped from her record label. This comes after her in-laws asked people to rally against the star and stop buying her music so she would see some sense. Girls Aloud member and renowned party girl, Sarah Harding said: “I don’t think it’s fair not to buy her records…”