After being diagnosed in the middle of the night, British media daftar situs slot online personality Sharon Osbourne shares a shocking health update on his husband, Ozzy Osbourne.
Ozzy Osbourne Diagnosed with COVID-19, Sharon Shares
In an emotional interview with “The Talk,” the 69-year-old renowned music manager tearfully announced that his husband was diagnosed with COVID-19 recently.
“I spoke to him and he’s OK. I am very worried about Ozzy right now.”
— The Talk (@TheTalkUK) April 28, 2022
With the Black Sabbath vocalist out with the virus, Sharon is forced to temporarily leave her hosting stint at “The Talk,” after confessing that she has only been there for three days.
Sharon is flying to the United States from the United Kingdom to be with Ozzy, who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease way back in 2003, only to be revealed last 2020 only.
“I am very worried about Ozzy right now. We’ve gone two years without him catching COVID, and it’s just that Ozzy’s luck to get it right now,” Sharon, in tears, shared.
Asked when she would be back on the air, Sharon was confident that she would return to “The Talk” after a week.
“You’re gonna see me back on in a week because I know my husband we’re gonna get him back on his feet. We’re gonna get a negative test by next week,” the former X-Factor judge manifested.
Yesterday is another tone for the couple as Sharon gave a different update on his husband to Piers Morgan on his TalkTV show “Uncensored.”
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Ozzy Osbourne REAL Health Status
Aside from contracting COVID-19, Ozzy has been on the rough road with his health battle, as Sharon revealed that the English rock band frontman has been in and out of surgeries to treat his Parkinson’s disease.
Per The Mirror, Ozzy was left with “debilitating mobility issues,” among other health issues.
This is not just what Ozzy has been feeling lately.
In October 2018, the rock legend underwent surgery after contracting a fatal staph infection. The staph was reportedly contracted in a manicure that caused the rockstar’s thumb to swell abnormally.
Per Rolling Stone, the staph infection that came from his thumb then spread to other parts of his hands. Doctors diagnosed that Ozzy has three independent staph infections.
Earlier in 2019, he was then hospitalized with flu, prompting him to cancel the entire European leg of his tour. He also suffered pneumonia and severe injuries from a fall.
In 2020, the Osbourne family’s trip to Switzerland was also put to hold as the patriarch received Parkinson’s treatment and had a stem cell treatment in Panama days before the supposed trip.
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