Kelly Osbourne Removing Keyboard Tattoo From Arm: Picture of Painful Treatment

Kelly Osbourne has started the painful process of getting her keyboard tattoo removed from her right arm; the TV personality shared a video of her first laser appointment via Instagram on Tuesday, Nov. 5 Credit: Dan MacMedan/

Ouch! Kelly Osbourne is in the middle of getting an arm tattoo removed -- and the process looks painful! The Fashion Police co-host shared a video of her first laser appointment via Instagram on Tuesday, Nov. 5.

"I did the crime I am now doing the time! #NoPainNoGain!" the 29-year-old wrote. Alongside the caption, Osbourne shared a short clip of her body art getting removed. The tattoo -- a colorful rendering of a keyboard -- is seen getting zapped from her right arm. Though Osbourne's face isn't shown, she can be heard getting a bit squeamish in the background.

Earlier in the day, Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne's daughter shared about the impending removal. "Not looking forward to this afternoon…I'm getting my first tattoo removal!" she wrote. "Its going to burn like the snap of 1000 rubber bands!"

In October 2010, Osbourne -- engaged to boyfriend Matthew Mosshart since July -- revealed to British magazine Closer that she was planning to remove most of her 15 tattoos. "I met with my dermatologist and I'll start the laser treatment as soon as I have time," she wrote in her weekly column for the mag. "It will take several months, and while I'm not looking forward to the pain, I've heard it hurts less than getting the tattoo."

In 2009, she also talked about why she got so many tattoos in the first place, and how the keyboard tattoo in particular doesn't make any sense to her anymore. "I was miserable and I just went and got all these tattoos and I don't know why. One of them is a keyboard and I don't even know how to play a piano!" Osbourne explained on the British talk show This Morning.

She added: "As you get older, you realize that you don't want to be defined by your tattoos, because that's not the type of person that I am."