Aimée Osbourne was recently interviewed remotely on “Q1043 New York” where she discussed her new single. She also revealed the reason why she moved out of her family home when their reality show started airing.
Aimée, 36, is the eldest child of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne who released her new single titled “Shared Something with the Night.” Her band performance name is ARO, which stands for Aimée Rachel Osbourne.
While speaking to the radio show host, Jonathan Clarke, she opened up about going to hospital due to appendicitis. Her 48-hour hospitalization occurred just when the novel coronavirus pandemic was peaking in the US.
HER FAMILIES REALITY SHOW
The singer also addressed why she moved from her family home when MTV’s “The Osbournes” started airing. The reality show featured her parents and siblings Kelly, 35, and Jack, 34.
“The Osbournes” ran from 2002 to 2005. She explained her departure stating: "For me, I had grown up around having a pretty well-known dad anyway.”
MOVING OUT AS A TEENAGER
BEING MATURE AT 16
Starring in a reality show just didn’t line up with what she saw for her future. She was pleased, however, that it worked out for the rest of her family.
For her part, she felt it just wasn’t in her character or something that she would’ve considered “realistically." Clarke noted what a mature decision the singer had made at such a young age.
BECOMING RIDICULOUS WITH AGE
WHAT OZZY’S KIDS DO
While Aimée’s followed in her father’s footsteps with music, Kelly mimicked their mother by becoming a television personality while Jack also works as a media personality.