Ozzy's daughter wants to work with her fellow alternative girl pop stars' chief collaborators...

Kelly Osbourne is hoping to bring a bit of Pink and Avril Lavigne’s magic to her second album.

She has roped in the chief collaborators of her fellow alternative girl pop stars in a bid to revive her solo career.

According to Rolling Stone, she has teamed up with The Matrix, the production powerhouse behind Avril Lavigne’s debut album ‘Let Go’, for a new track entitled ‘No Apologies’.

She said: “It’s basically about how I go through my life. I make mistakes, I do what I do, and I don’t apologise for its because it’s part of growing up.”

But she also has plans to work with the two people who helped Pink reinvent herself as a rock musician, Linda Perry and Rancid frontman Tim Armstrong.

“I think she’s great,” said Kelly Osbourne of Perry, the chief collaborator on Pink’s ‘M!ssundaztood’, while she has already been working with Armstrong, who co-wrote much of the third Pink LP, ‘Try This’. “Every time we sit down to start writing we end up giggling and fucking around at his house, where nothing ever gets done,” said Kelly Osbourne.

In the meantime, Kelly Osbourne has repackaged her debut album, ‘Shut Up’ with five bonus tracks and a new title, ‘Changes’. The new title track is a cover of a Black Sabbath song featuring her father Ozzy Osbourne.