Sharon Osbourne says there's nothing wrong with getting plastic surgery 'if you have the money'

The 67-year-old former 'X Factor' judge has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on surgeries over the years


                            Sharon Osbourne says there's nothing wrong with getting plastic surgery 'if you have the money'
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Sharon Osbourne has defended going under the knife numerous times and insisted there is "nothing wrong" with having plastic surgery if you are unhappy with your appearance and have the money for it.

The former 'X Factor' judge, 67, has had several procedures over the last two decades and recently underwent a painful fourth facelift that left her in agony after the surgery. However, she's still very much for the operations.

"People ask me about plastic surgery, and you know what? If you're not happy with the way you look and you have the money, change it! What's the big deal?" she said during an interview with Watch magazine.

"As long as you don't look like you sucked on something to make your lips big, there's nothing wrong with it," she added.

Sharon famously lost more than 100 pounds after undergoing gastric bypass surgery in 1999 and has since spent hundreds of thousands of dollars for plastic surgery on various parts of her body.

She has had an abdominoplasty, more popularly known as a "tummy tuck," a breast job—which eventually resulted in the implants leaking and her having to go under the knife again to have them removed—a double mastectomy, and a breast reconstruction surgery.

She has also gotten herself a designer vagina, eyelift surgery, a thigh lift, butt lift, and a full-body lift, as well as liposuction on her thighs to get rid of fat, and several botox injections and other injectables to help her retain her youth.

"There's not much I haven't had tweaked, stretched, peeled, lasered, veneered, enhanced or removed altogether," she admitted in her 2013 autobiography 'Unbreakable.' "I don't think I'm as bad as some women—like Jocelyn 'Bride of' Wildenstein. But I won't be having any more cosmetic procedures."

That was a promise she did not keep, with the Daily Mail reporting how the 67-year-old had been in a lot of pain after getting her fourth facelift back in December.

"It hurts! When people say it doesn’t hurt, believe me, it hurts," she said, recalling what it was like just after the surgery. "Kelly told me that when I came out from the operating theatre, I was going, 'Help me, help me!"

Sharon also spoke of her relationship with her husband and former 'Black Sabbath' frontman Ozzy, 71, during the recent interview and said she has treasured her time with him.

"Every wrinkle on his face tells a story," she said. The poor guy’s been recovering from a fall and an illness… Our time is so precious together."

In an interview with Robin Roberts on 'Good Morning America' that aired on January 21, Ozzy had revealed he was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2019. He also opened up about the trials he had faced in the last year, including horrific injuries to his neck following a fall in his darkened bathroom.

"It's Parkin's II, which is a form of Parkinson's," Sharon said at the time. "There's so many different type of Parkinson's. It's not a death sentence by any stretch of the imagination, but it does affect certain nerves in your body."

"[2019] was the worst, longest, most painful, miserable year of my life," Ozzy added.

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