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Kelly Osbourne at the 2015 MTV Movie Awards red carpet. Reuters

She’s back! Kelly Osbourne returned to the red carpet -- and her roots -- on Sunday night when the 30-year-old daughter of Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne hosted the 2015 MTV Movie Awards preshow held at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. This was the second time Osbourne served as a pre-host at the annual award show following her first stint in 2002.

"I was 17 years old, it was the first red carpet I'd ever hosted, the first time I'd ever performed and sang in front of everyone," the artist reminisced of her rendition of Madonna’s “Papa Don’t Preach” at the 2002 awards. "Let me just tell it, it feels so good to be home."

Before Osbourne broke out her mic to interview the hottest stars of Hollywood at the MTV Movie Awards (alongside Josh Horowitz and “Bang Bang” singer Jessie J), the pop rocker dished to People magazine that, in addition to feeling both nervous and excited, she wanted to use her opportunity on the red carpet to bring originality to the award show.

“I get to be more creative and pick the questions and talk about fun things and not necessarily just be so focused on look," the former “Fashion Police” star stated, adding that she was looking forward to making “people feel good” instead of tearing them down. “I want to have fun! I don’t want to feel like I’ve hurt people’s feelings or I’ve done something wrong. I just want to make this amazing.”

This is the TV personality's first job since she left E!’s “Fashion Police” in February following Giuliana Rancic’s controversial statement regarding Zendaya Coleman’s hair. Rancic commented that the 18-year-old actress looked as though she smelled of “patchouli oil and weed” when she appeared at the 87th annual Academy Awards -- a remark that led to Osbourne quitting the E! show created by the late Joan Rivers.

“I do not condone racism, so as a result of this I’m seriously questioning staying on the show,” Osbourne tweeted before making the decision to part ways with the fashion-based series, which is on hiatus until September.

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