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Sharon Osbourne Breaks Down In Tears After Revealing Husband Ozzy Has Tested Positive For COVID

Sharon Osbourne Breaks Down In Tears After Revealing Husband Ozzy Has Tested Positive For COVID

Sharon Osbourne is halting her new show 'The Talk UK' and flying back to LA to be with her husband Ozzy.

Sharon Osbourne broke down in tears after revealing her husband rocker Ozzy Osbourne has tested for Coronavirus. Sharon revealed that she was flying back to the US after learning he tested positive. Ozzy Osbourne revealed in 2020 that he had been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2003. "I spoke to him and he's OK. I am very worried about Ozzy right now," said the 69-year-old, reported PEOPLE. "We've gone two years without him catching COVID and it's just Ozzy's luck he would get it now." Sharon spoke about him catching the Coronavirus on her third day on the job for her new TV show "The Talk UK." "It'll take me a week to get my old man back on his feet again, and I will be back [on the show] in a week… We're gonna get him a negative test by next week."



 

Sharon Osbourne is worried for her husband who is 73 now. She will be flying back to Los Angeles to help him recover and to "hold him and kiss him with about 3 masks on." The medical emergency also means she will have to halt her show on "The Talk" which was just launched this week. Sharon had tested positive in December 2020 followed by her daughter Kelly, and two of their son Jack's daughters as well. The couple share three children — Jack, Kelly and Aimée.



 

Ozzy's Parkinson's diagnosis adds worry to him catching Coronavirus. Shortly before revealing the news, hehad suffeed a bad fall and required neck surgery. "I'm no good with secrets," he said.. "I cannot walk around with it anymore 'cause it's like I'm running out of excuses, you know? It's been terribly challenging for us all." He also spoke to RADIO.COM about his diagnosis."I've known I've had Parkinson's since 2003. It's not a death sentence," he said. "It's a mild form of Parkinson's at the moment. I'm not shaking. The doctor told me that I probably walk by 10 people a day who have got it and don't even know they've got it."



 

Recently, the couple announced that an untitlted movie scripted by Oscar-nominated Lee Hall will capture their love story. "Our relationship at times was often wild, insane and dangerous but it was our undying love that kept us together," said Sharon at the time. "We're thrilled to partner with Sony Pictures and Polygram to bring our story to the screen." The couple first met in 1970 before they started dating in 1979 and got married in 1982. They briefly separated in 2016 on account of Ozzy's infidelity but reconciling soon after.



 

Last year, the Black Sabbath singer revealed that he nearly killed Sharon in 1989, 7 years after their wedding. "We'd had a couple of fights and you can tell it was building to something, you could just feel it," said Sharon in the film. "I just knew it was coming." Sharon recalled Ozzy being incredibly calm and it "frightened the sh*t out of me." Ozzy added, "I felt the calmest I've ever felt in my life. It was like serenity. Everything was just peaceful."

 

Ozzy said he regretted causing her a lot of pain. "I've done some pretty outrageous things in my life. I regret cheating on my wife. I don't do it anymore," he said. "I got my reality check and I'm lucky she didn't leave me. I'm not proud of that. I was pissed off with myself. But I broke her heart." In 2017, he spoke to RollingStone about his infidelities and said he considered himself lucky that she was still with him. "It's a rock 'n' roll thing — you rock and you roll. You take the good with the bad. When I was a crazy f*cker, I'm lucky she didn't walk out," he said. They had split briefly after he reportedly had an affai with his hairstylist, Michelle Pugh. Sharon publicly forgave in July, 2016 on the show "The Talk" and the couple renewed their vows in Las Vegas on Mother's Day.

 

 

 






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