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Ozzy Osbourne Joins Wife Sharon on 'the Talk' and Shares Health Update

Jaimie-lee Prince
Jun 19, 2020
04:30 P.M.
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Ozzy Osbourne and his wife Sharon looked like teenagers as they cuddled up for a segment of "The Talk" with daughter Kelly. The rock star gave a quick update on his health.

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On Wednesday, Ozzy Osbourne, 71, joined his wife Sharon Osbourne, 67, as she co-hosted "The Talk." Co-hosts Sara Gilbert, Sheryl Underwood, Eve, and Carrie Ann Inaba were happy to see the pair's daughter, Kelly.

Sharon later shared a clip of Instagram showing a couple of minutes from the segment. At one point, Kelly joked that she had to hide from her parents. The video is found below.

Kelly Osbourne, Ozzy Osbourne, Sharon Osbourne and Jack Osbourne at The Grosvenor House Hotel on September 28, 2015. | Photo: Getty Images

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OZZY AND SHARON SHOW AFFECTION

In the adorable shot, we see Ozzy with his hand wrapped around Sharon's shoulder. The latter holds onto and rubs her husband's hand with care. At one point, she gently caresses Ozzy's chin.

Kelly, sporting her trademark purple hair, also has companionship in the form of a fluffy pooch sitting in her lap. Ozzy said that the 35-year-old's visit during quarantine has been fun because she talks all the time.

Kelly then joked about the day before when she fell asleep at her place and ended up staying overnight. When her dad rang her phone, she missed all the calls, leading her parents to believe she was ignoring them.

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OZZY GIVES POSITIVE HEALTH UPDATE

Ozzy and Sharon then talked about their quarantine experience as a couple. The Black Sabbath singer notes that it's the longest he's been home straight as he's usually on tour.

He's also still recovering from a surgery done last year. Earlier this year, Ozzy revealed that he's battling a rare form of Parkinson's disease. Inaba then asked him he's doing healthwise.

"I'm getting better, it's a slow process, but I'm getting there slowly but surely," replied Ozzy. In the comments, fans sent tons of love to their favorite celebrity family.

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OZZY AND SHARON REVEAL PARKINSON'S

Back in January, Ozzy and Sharon sat down for "Good Morning America" with host Robin Roberts to detail Ozzy's health struggle. Ozzy shared the story of a life-threatening fall he took in February 2019.

The so-called Prince of Darkness also talked about his Parkinson's diagnosis. Sharon noted at the time: "It's not a death sentence by any stretch of the imagination, but it does affect certain nerves in your body."

In March, daughter Kelly gave an update on her father after a spinal surgery he underwent. The novel coronavirus had just forced social distancing protocols, and Ozzy wasn't happy about staying home.

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KELLY SAYS HER DAD IS EAGER TO MOVE

However, Kelly said that the surgery was doing her father well. "He wants to get up. He wants to do things. He wants to be part of the world again. He's walking better. He's talking better," she explained.

Later on in May, Sharon gave another update, saying that Ozzy was "in good spirits" as he continued to battle the incurable illness. Unfortunately, Ozzy's Switzerland visit was delayed.

But while he can't get the treatment he so needs right away, Ozzy is using another form of therapy to help him get through his struggle. Music has always been a way to cope for the rock star.

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OZZY CREDITS MUSIC FOR GETTING THROUGH BAD DAYS

In an interview with ET's Kevin Frazier, Ozzy pointed to music creation as pivotal in surviving the gloomy days. Recently, the singer released a whole new album for fans.

Ozzy would have also liked to perform for his fans, but his tours were canceled amid his plans to go to Switzerland. The effects of COVID-19 have further delayed them, but at least he has his family's love every day.

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