Ozzy Osbourne’s Wife Makes Shocking Admission

On Tuesday’s episode of Celebrity Big Brother, Sharon Osbourne, the show’s first “lodger,” will discuss her long-term marriage to Ozzy and his health.

On Monday night, the 71-year-old TV personality joined the house, but she wasn’t competing. Instead, producers gave her and fellow X Factor judge Louis Walsh the authority to simply criticize their new housemates.

Sharon and Louis risked a public vote for  Zeze Millz, David Potts, and Gary Goldsmith after they judged the celebrities based on first impressions. Sharon will start getting to know the other celebs, such as Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu, Levi Roots, and Fern Britton, now that the duo has finally joined the rest of the housemates.

In the upcoming scenes, the singer will discuss Ozzy with Marisha Wallace, 38, and announce that she will return to the UK from Los Angeles next month.

‘A long ass time!’ Sharon joked in response to American actress Marisha’s question about her time living across the pond.

Sharon’s father was the manager of Black Sabbath when she was eighteen, and it was then that she first met Ozzy. Sharon started dating the singer after he was sacked from the band in 1979, and she took over his management as a solo artist.

Aimee,40, Kelly,39, and Jack, 38, are their children. Sharon and Ozzy were married in Hawaii in 1982.

Marisha inquired about Ozzy’s well-being, considering his present health challenges. Ozzy was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in 2003 and has been “virtually crippled” due to several back surgeries.

Despite how difficult it is for him, Sharon acknowledged that he is often distraught and in agonizing pain but doing “OK.”

In the January 2019 edition of Rolling Stone UK, Ozzy discussed his health openly, discussing the surgeries he has undergone following his quad bike accident in 2003 and his fall in 2019.

A cancer was discovered in the rocker’s spine during his fourth back operation. Despite the diagnosis, he has confessed that he does not fear death because he does not desire a “long, miserable existence.” He also claims to have “plenty of life” left in him, although he is in quite a bit of constant pain.