Kelly Osbourne 'One Day' to Have Same Surgery as Angelina Jolie

Osbourne believes she has a genetic predisposition to cancer.

— -- After Angelina Jolie revealed earlier this week that she has had her ovaries removed to prevent a future cancer diagnosis, Kelly Osbourne revealed she also plans one day to have the same surgery.

"I agree with this 100 percent," Osbourne, 30, said Tuesday on "The Talk."

She added, "I know that one day I will eventually have to do it, too."

Osbourne said that if she has children down the road, "I want to be there to bring them up. I want to be there to support them in every way I can."

Osbourne's mother, Sharon, is actually a survivor of colon cancer, back in 2002, so Kelly has seen the disease firsthand.

"I'm so lucky to have the mother I have, the brave mother I have that has taught me so much. ... I actually do have the cancer gene," Kelly added on Tuesday's show. “My mom made all of us get tested after she found out that she had it and got her double mastectomy.”

Osbourne didn't say when she would have the surgery. Jolie wrote in an op-ed article for the New York Times that after having her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed, she is now "in menopause," and, “I will not be able to have any more children."

Jolie and husband, Brad Pitt, have three biological children and three adopted children together.