Kelly Osbourne Says Her Parents Are High-Risk, Especially Her Dad, as She Urges Followers to Stay Home Amid Crisis

Kareena Koirala
Mar 26, 2020
09:00 P.M.
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Ozzy Osbourne's daughter, Kelly, is urging everyone to stay home. As the gravity of the COVID-19 pandemic sets in, the daughter of the "Black Sabbath" frontman is urging her fans to stay in self-quarantine. 

Kelly Osbourne is urging her fans to stay home for her metal legend father, Ozzy Osbourne. The 35-year-old is concerned about her dad's health and she made it known with an Instagram post

In the post, Kelly addressed the helpless situation the world is in right now and said how she wished she had something to say that would bring relief to her fans in this time of uncertainty. 

haron Osbourne, Kelly Osbourne, and Ozzy Osbourne attend the 56th annual GRAMMY Awards Pre-GRAMMY Gala on January 25, 2014. | Source: Getty Images



Just like the rest of the world, Kelly, too, is in self-isolation and she feels just as helpless as anyone is feeling right now. Above all, she fears for her parents' health. 

The truth is I am scared too. Both of my parents are high risk especially my dad.


Kelly is spending time apart from her parents who headed off to Panama about three weeks ago. In the same post, she shared how much she misses them as she cannot see them at the time. 

"However these are the sacrifices we must make. I stay home for my mum and dad."



Kelly mentioned that she is staying home for her parents and urged her fans to stay home for her dad is they don't have anyone else to stay home for. 

The 35-year-old asked her fans to help her put a smile on Ozzy's face by posting a picture of themselves doing the best Ozzy impression. Currently, the "Black Sabbath" frontman is in self-isolation. 


Ozzy has been struggling with his health for the past year. He underwent neck surgery following his fall in his home and also battled with the flu

Earlier this year, the singer revealed that he had been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.  During his interview with Robin Roberts from "Good Morning America," Ozzy revealed that he has been battling poor health for a while. 

In the interview, the singer revealed that his ailing health had proved to be a challenge for him and his family as well. Parkinson's disease, which is a neurodegenerative disorder, has no cure. 


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