The 'X Factor UK' judge has admitted she's tried to encourage the 31-year-old television personality and her sister Aimee, 32, to expand their margins when it comes to romancing because she thinks they always seem to go for the wrong type of men.
Speaking on her chat show 'The Talk' on Thursday (07.07.16), Sharon said: "I think that both of my girls, absolutely every time they go for the same type of guy and I'm trying to persuade them to just go totally left-field and go for something different."
And the 63-year-old music manager hasn't just been dishing out love advice to her daughters, whom she has with her husband Ozzy Osbourne, as she's also secretly joined the search for possible suitors as well.
She said recently: "Kelly will go crazy when she finds out. She doesn't need reminders that she's single especially from her mother. She used to be able to laugh it off, but it's getting old."
Meanwhile, the former 'Fashion Police' co-host believes her love life is suffering because men of a similar age find her "intimidating".
She said earlier this year: "I love the way that the media makes me sound like I have this lovely sex life. Actually the only thing going on in my vagina is cobwebs.
"I know I'm incredibly intimidating, nobody around my age isn't terrified of me and I'm not into dating younger guys. I'm not quite ready for old bulls yet. I'm just putting a little bit of a gap in there; I'm focusing more on work."
However, Kelly hasn't always been short of male attention as she was previously engaged to British chef Matthew Mosshart before she called off their engagement in early 2014, also enjoyed a brief romance with model Ricki Hall and is now rumoured to be dating the editor-in-chief of magazine The New British, Kes Glozier.