Sharon Osbourne breaks down in tears, leaves TalkTV show after Ozzy contracts Covid-19
Sharon tearfully said 'My family is my life. I can't believe my luck. I'm missing the show and I've only been there three days'
Sharon Osbourne sobbed as she revealed that her husband, Ozzy Osbourne, had contracted Covid-19 after a series of major health problems. "I spoke to him and he's OK. I am very worried about Ozzy right now," she remarked on her new show "The Talk UK" on Thursday, April 28. "We've gone two years without him catching COVID and it's just Ozzy's luck he would get it now."
When Sharon, 69, reunites with her husband, 73, in the United States, she plans to "hold him and kiss him" while wearing "about three face masks." She went on to say, "My family is my life. I can't believe my luck. I'm missing the show and I've only been there three days." Getting emotional during an interview, Sharon spoke about her hubby's shock diagnosis.
Sharon promised she'd be back on the radio once she has gotten her "old man back on his feet." "I know my husband. We're going to get him back on his feet and we're going to get a negative test by next week," she stated, "I'll be back. I know I will," the host added. The announcement comes only a day after Sharon told Piers Morgan on his new show, "Uncensored," that Ozzy is "dying to come home." Because Sharon is rushing back to LA, she will not be able to present her new hour-long debate show The Talk, which airs Monday to Friday at 9pm on the newly launched channel TalkTV.
Ozzy announced in January 2020 that he has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. He's also had terrible movement problems as a result of recent back and neck surgery. However, in recent years, he has suffered more health problems including the flu, pneumonia, a life-threatening staph infection in his thumb, and a horrific fall.
Ozzy and Sharon, who married in July 1982, will be the focus of a new biopic that will chronicle their decades-long love story. Sharon claimed in a statement, "Our relationship at times was often wild, insane and dangerous but it was our undying love that kept us together." The couple has three children: Aimee, 38, Kelly, 37, and Jack, 36. They have had their fair share of "legendary" conflicts.