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Debbie Harry And Kelly O Stike A Pose Together Backstage At A Blondie Gig

14/07/2011 15:41 | Updated 22 May 2015

Debbie Harry and Kelly Osbourne Kelly Osbourne and Dabbie Harry backstage at a Blondie gig in London.

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Debbie Harry's group Blondie performed at Somerset house last night to an adoring crowd which included Kelly Osbourne.

Kelly has never been shy about being a fan of Blondie long before she met the group's lead singer. Debbie, however, felt differently. When the pair met years ago Harry had no problem admitting she didn't expect to like Ozzy's offspring. Speaking to Contact Music she said, "She was really sweet, I was so surprised. I didn't expect her to be as genuine as she was, I ended up really liking her."

The affection has apparently stood the test of time because the famous blondies looked rather chuffed to be together last night. Posing backstage Kelly rocked gig friendly attire including flats and a leather jacket, while Debbie hinted at her punk roots in a pair of classic Converse.

The only thing we can't figure out is, what happened to our invitation?

Want more Blondie? Check out how Debbie Harry's style has change through the years in the gallery below.

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Style Evolution: Debbie Harry

Before Blondie, Debbie Harry was still one memorable blonde. In 1970, the singer already had the winning formula for style icon status: bleached blonde locks and a fitted T-shirt over trousers. Her stunning features (accentuated by plenty of eye makeup) and masses of insouciant sex appeal (she was a Playboy bunny before becoming a singing sensation, after all), didn't hurt, either.

Style Evolution: Debbie Harry

Strike me pink: Harry showcases what will soon become her signature look of the decade - a statement T and jeans - and keeps it girly with a pink hat and sunglasses.

Style Evolution: Debbie Harry

Denis, Denis, I gotta crush on you... and we have a crush on Harry's punk-influenced style: mussed-up hair, statement vest and clear PVC mules.

Style Evolution: Debbie Harry

One way or another, Harry manages to stay on top in the style stakes, even when rocking the original double denim look as she performs with Blondie in London in 1978.

Style Evolution: Debbie Harry

It's not only Harry's career that's gone "Atomic:" the singer gets a head start on '80s fashions in a turquoise sequin mini-dress and tights (and eye shadow!), which she pairs with mussed-up, bedhead hair.

Style Evolution: Debbie Harry

Icon-making hair: Harry rocks her trademark bleached-blonde, two-toned look. Fun fact: the band was called Blondie after the catcalls Harry used to get from men in passing cars.

Style Evolution: Debbie Harry

Harry shows off '80s celebrity airport style in a masculine white shirt and trousers as she leaves Heathrow for New York.

Style Evolution: Debbie Harry

Biker babe: Harry pairs a bomber with a beret. And somehow manages to make the unlikely combination look amazing.

Style Evolution: Debbie Harry

Harry shows off a different look: sporting a darker hair hue, she's wrapped up in a stylish trench coat and wearing a pair of oversized spectacles.

Style Evolution: Debbie Harry

The Blondie goes brunette: Harry takes a trip to the dark side as she makes her film debut in Videodrome.

Style Evolution: Debbie Harry

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