Kelly Osbourne Worries for Dad Ozzy and Mom Sharon Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Kelly Osbourne is worried about her parents Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne's health due to the Coronavirus pandemic. In her worry, she created a hashtag for everyone, urging them to stay at home.

Kelly is just like everyone else – ardently hoping the global public health crisis will be over soon. But as much as she wanted to offer comforting messages, fear gets in the way.

She wrote in an Instagram post: "The truth is, I am scared too. Both of my parents are high risk especially my dad."

Kelly Osbourne at the 28th Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party on February 09, 2020 in West Hollywood, California. | Photo: Getty Images

Kelly Osbourne at the 28th Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party on February 09, 2020 in West Hollywood, California. | Photo: Getty Images

HASHTAG FOR HER FATHER 

Aware that Ozzy, 71, falls under the at-risk category, Kelly created a special hashtag for her father. Ozzy was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease in late January, as reported by Closer Weekly.

Had she known the pandemic would happen, Kelly would have hugged her parents tight for the last time before they flew to Panama. But she added that there are sacrifices that should be made. She wrote:

"I stay home for my mum and dad. If you don't have anyone to stay home for I beg you #StayHomeForOzzy."

Kelly Osbourne, Ozzy Osbourne, and Sharon Osbourne at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 25, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. | Photo: Getty Images

Kelly Osbourne, Ozzy Osbourne, and Sharon Osbourne at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 25, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. | Photo: Getty Images

SUFFERED A FALL

Ozzy suffered a fall last year and later experienced nerve pains. Doctors then found out that he has Parkinson's disease. The Black Sabbath singer revealed his health struggles in a recent interview, as reported by Daily Mail.

The disease causes muscle stiffness, tremors, sleep disturbances, as well as the slowness of movement and chronic fatigue. It is also a progressive neurological condition that destroys cells in the central nervous system.

The newest episode of "The Masked Singer" revealed that Kelly was the woman behind the Ladybug costume.

PUT A SMILE ON OZZY

The singer's revelation shocked his fans. But Ozzy wanted to be honest with his fans about his current health.

Kelly emphasized that people should just stay at home as much as they can. While they are at home, she also asked them to entertain her father through the use of social media.

Her father is currently on self-quarantine. Posting a photo of him and his fans' impersonation skills, Kelly said, will put a smile on Ozzy.

The World Health Organization (WHO) classified Coronavirus as a pandemic. The global health organization has advised the public to practice physical distancing, aside from home quarantine.

Meanwhile, the newest episode of "The Masked Singer" revealed that Kelly was the woman behind the Ladybug costume. She shared secrets on how she remained unknown on stage and behind the scenes.

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