Some celebrity feuds just keep on coming back – especially when it comes to Paris Hilton and Kelly Osbourne.
Apparently during the Neon Carnival Party at Coachella, Paris spotted her old friend Kelly, who didn’t seem to care about the hotel heiress’ prescence. After Paris believed Kelly was ignoring her by not inviting her to her table, she “strutted over” to the 29-year-old Fashion Police cohost and accused her of being a “b--ch.”
Kelly then took to Twitter on Sunday to express her feelings. “@ParisHilton please grow up there is no need to act like a child you could of happily joined us! it’s not 2005 no one cares!”
@ParisHilton please grow up there is no need to act like a child you could of happily joined us! it's not 2005 no one cares!— Kelly Osbourne (@KellyOsbourne) April 13, 2014
A source tells UK’s Mirror, “As far as Kelly is concerned, this is something out of nothing. Paris is being ridiculously sensitive and attention-seeking.”
“Kelly was sitting with some mates, minding her own business, when Paris suddenly started bitching and moaning, and slagging her off,” the source adds. “She was asked by someone else to join the group, but declined and swanned off. The pair didn’t speak for the rest of the weekend.”
Even if Paris felt ignored by Kelly, a source tells In Touch that the 33-year-old socialite was with a crew of about 10 friends including her sister Nicky Hilton. Meanwhile, Kelly was hanging out with her own friends—and having a blast without the added Paris drama.
Paris Hilton shared this picture of her, Nicky Hilton and her friends at Coachella.
“Kelly stood up on the couch they were sitting at and was dancing harder than anybody at the party,” a party-goer tells In Touch. “They danced the whole night.”
Later in the night, Kelly and her friends even got an invite to join Diddy’s VIP table!
Paris Hilton currently denies the incident even happened. On Monday she tweeted, “@KellyOsbourne, getting tweets about us. I'm confused, as I did not see you once this entire weekend. No clue how these stories get invented.”