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Kelly Osbourne Inks Permanent Head Tattoo Tribute To Orlando Shooting Victims

The TV presenter said it was a tattoo she had wanted to get for some time.

15/06/2016 14:04

Of the many public figures to share their support for the victims of the weekend’s Orlando shooting, Kelly Osbourne has taken hers one step further.

On Sunday, the TV presenter had attended LA’s Pride Parade, the day after 49 victims lost their lives in the Florida terrorist attack. She’d held a sign of support, saying ‘#FearlessAndProud’, and had the word ‘Solidarity’ inked on the side of her shaven head.

 

By Tuesday, she’d made the decision to make the tribute permanent, and visited a tattoo parlour. Kelly revealed the results of her inking on her Instagram account, where she explained:

“Solidarity: ‘Noun. Unity of feeling of individuals with a common interest or purpose.’ Individually, we have rights and unique gifts. Together, we have strength and powerful harmony.

“I have wanted to get this tattoo for a long time. The tragedy in Orlando devastated me and reminded me that every moment of our lives is precious. Every human is precious. Love hard. Live gracefully, authentically and with conviction, respect, purpose and compassion. Together we achieve what is impossible to those who stand alone. 

“Those of us who embrace and respect freedom stand together, progress together, celebrate together and grieve together. You are not alone.”

Countless celebrities have shared their feelings after the devastating events of the weekend. Lady Gaga broke down as she read out the names of the victims during the vigil in Los Angeles, while Adele also fought back tears as she dedicated her concert in Antwerp to those killed and hurt in the attack. 

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    Crowds of people gather at Stonewall Place in New York City to pay tribute to the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando. Speeches were made by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Nick Jonas amongst others. Featuring: Atmosphere Where: New York City, New York, United States When: 13 Jun 2016 Credit: Jeff Grossman/WENN.com
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    ORLANDO, USA - JUNE 13: Thousands gather at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts to pay their respects for those lost in the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, USA on June 13, 2016. (Photo by Samuel Corum/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
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    A vigil for Orlando is held in Soho, London.
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    Vigil for Orlando nighclub shooting victims, Philadelphia
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    Thousands of London's gay village honour victims of the Pulse shooting in the United States with a 2 minute silence. It is alleged that The gunman, Omar Mateen killed at least 50 people in Pulse nightclub in Florida
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    A man holds a rainbow flag at the Place Trocadero in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, to honor victims of Sunday's mass shooting at an Orlando gay club.
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    Non-Muslim members of the community watch a special prayer at the American Muslim Community Center Monday, June 13, 2016, in Longwood, Fla., after the mass-shooting at the Pulse Orlando nightclub. Dozens of people were killed at the gay nightclub in the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history. (AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack)
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    London's gay village light candles in St Anne's church to honour victims of Pulse shooting in the United States. It is alleged that The gunman, Omar Mateen killed at least 50 people in Pulse nightclub in Florida
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    A rainbow appears behind the U.S. flag flying at half-staff on top of the Tacoma Dome, Monday, June 13, 2016, in Tacoma, Wash. Flags across the state were at half-staff Monday to honor the victims of a mass shooting early Sunday at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
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    People gather at a vigil in solidarity for the victims of the Orlando nightclub mass shooting at Taylor Square in Sydney, Australia, June 13, 2016. AAP/Dan Himbrechts/via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS PICTURE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVE. AUSTRALIA OUT. NEW ZEALAND OUT.
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    Mexico's Foreign Affairs building is illuminated in rainbow colours in tribute of the victims of the gay nightclub mass shooting in Orlando, in Mexico City, Mexico, June 13, 2016. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
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    Thousands of London's gay village honour victims of the Pulse shooting in the United States with a 2 minute silence. It is alleged that The gunman, Omar Mateen killed at least 50 people in Pulse nightclub in Florida.
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    A vigil for Orlando is held in Soho, London.
  • The Eiffel Tower is illuminated in the colors of the rainbow to pay tribute to Orlando nightclub shooting victims
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    Vigil for Orlando shootings, London
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    People came to the US Embassy in Warsaw, Poland to lay flowers and candles in the wake of the horrific mass shooting that killed 50 people and left over 50 more injured in Orlando, Florida
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    Thousands mourners attend a candlelight vigil in front of the Los Angeles City Hall, the day after the shooting massacre at the Pulse nightclub
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    A vigil for Orlando is held in Soho, London.
  • Matthew Chattle/REX/Shutterstock
    A vigil for Orlando is held in Soho, London.
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    Thousands of London's gay village honour victims of the Pulse shooting in the United States with a 2 minute silence. It is alleged that The gunman, Omar Mateen killed at least 50 people in Pulsey, USA. London, UK.
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    People gather for 2 minutes silence to show solidarity and support for the people of Orlando following the massacre.After the silence,hundreds of balloons were released.
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    London Mayor Sadiq Khan with Jeremy Corbyn, American Ambassador Matthew Barzun and John McDonnell at the Soho Vigil for Orlando shootings in Old Compton Street, London where thousands of people gathered in memory of the victims killed at the gay nightclub in Orlando.
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    Soho Vigil for Orlando shootings in Old Compton Street, London where thousands of people gathered in memory of the victims killed at the gay nightclub in Orlando.
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    Soho Vigil for Orlando shootings in Old Compton Street, London where thousands of people gathered in memory of the victims killed at the gay nightclub in Orlando.
  • Anna Ferensowicz/Pacific Pre/REX/Shutterstock
    People came to the US Embassy in Warsaw, Poland to lay flowers and candles in the wake of the horrific mass shooting that killed 50 people and left over 50 more injured in Orlando, Florida
  • Ernest Coleman/ZUMA Wire/REX/Shutterstock
    The Duke Engine Conversion Center is illuminated in the colours of the rainbow to pay tribute to Orlando nightclub shooting victims, in downtown Cincinnati
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    Lady Gaga attends a candlelight vigil at Los Angeles City Hall for the victims of Sunday's Orlando nightclub shooting
  • Phelan M. Ebenhack/AP
    Non-Muslim members of the community watch a special prayer at the American Muslim Community Center Monday, June 13, 2016, in Longwood, Fla., after the mass-shooting at the Pulse Orlando nightclub. Dozens of people were killed at the gay nightclub in the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history. (AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack)
  • Phelan M. Ebenhack/AP
    Non-Muslim members of the community watch a special prayer at the American Muslim Community Center Monday, June 13, 2016, in Longwood, Fla., after the mass-shooting at the Pulse Orlando nightclub. Dozens of people were killed at the gay nightclub in the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history. (AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack)
  • David Goldman/AP
    Crowd members release lanterns into the sky during a vigil downtown for the victims of a mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub Monday, June 13, 2016, in Orlando, Fla. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
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