Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne Add a Furry New Member to Their Family
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Sharon revealed that her husband, Ozzy Osbourne, adopted a new dog for their family.
The famous television personality took to Instagram recently to share the great news. "Another member of our family tree. Meet Reba and hear the story of how she came to be!" She captioned the video.
In the clip, Sharon, 67, can be seen cuddling the lovable white dog in quarantine. She clarified how Reba discovered her way into their family.
"Hi everyone, this is Reba," said Sharon. "Reba comes from Houston and Ozzy, through a friend of ours, Jane, who runs a dog rescue in Houston, brought some doggies down for Ozzy and he chose Reba."
Sharon added that the poor dog had been left in a plastic bag on the side of the road in Texas. But Reba is now living the life in Los Angeles with her and her 71-year-old husband Ozzy, she insisted.
As of this writing, the video has already been viewed over 111,000 times. A lot of fans also added their thoughts via comments.
COPING IN QUARANTINE
One fan expressed gratitude toward the couple for giving Reba an incredible home. Another added that the dog is "so lovely."
It appears Reba came into the couple's life at the ideal time. A month ago, their son, Jack Osbourne, talked about how his father was coping in quarantine, as reported by Closer Weekly.
Ozzy is at a higher risk of contracting novel coronavirus disease.
"DOING PRETTY GOOD"
Jack, 34, said in an interview that the former Black Sabbath frontman is a "little depressed because he can't do anything" and that "he's fallen victim to watching the news all day."
Because of his Parkinson's diagnosis, Ozzy is at a higher risk of contracting novel coronavirus disease. According to Jack, his dad "is doing pretty good" despite feeling isolated at home.
Ozzy and Sharon, who tied the knot in July 1982, also share daughters Aimee Osbourne, 36, and Kelly Osbourne, 35. The family became famous because of their hit reality show "The Osbournes."
Meanwhile, Reba now joins Sharon's other pets Bella, Rocky, Alfie, Charlie, Flick, Mo-Mo, Moe, and Puss, as shown on Sharon's official website.
Last year, Sharon opened up about how troublesome the year it's been for her. She referred to her husband's health scares.
On February 6, 2019, Ozzy was hospitalized because of flu complications. He had been moved to intensive care by February 12.
In March 2019, tour promoters Live Nation announced in a statement that they were hopeful Ozzy would regain his wellbeing so he could proceed with his tour in Australia and New Zealand.
Nonetheless, after sustaining severe injuries from a fall in his home, Ozzy chose to cancel the tour as well as all shows reserved for 2019.
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