Ozzy Osbourne’s iconic wife, Sharon Osbourne, provided an update on her husband’s health during an interview with the UK’s The Talk.
As it is generally known, Ozzy has suffered various health challenges over the year.
In 2003, Ozzy was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and had contended with neck and spine troubles following an ATV accident and a terrible fall that left him with 15 screws in his back.
He recently had the flu and was able to survive a potentially fatal staph infection in his thumb.
Ozzy Osbourne is scheduled to have an effective procedure that “will determine the rest of his life.”
Ozzy also fought COVID-19 earlier this year. His wife was utterly terrified by the diagnosis.
“Ozzy worries me a lot right now. Sharon told his fans of his condition, “We’ve gone two years without him catching Covid, and it’s just Ozzy’s luck he would have it now.
Ozzy himself discussed the sudden decline in health in a December 2021 interview with Express.
He recalled wondering, “One day, I wonder when I will start to feel like an old guy?” when he was approximately 69 and a half years old.
Ozzy, now 73, claimed that after turning 70, things became challenging. “F**k me; I developed the f*****g thumb thing when I became 70. It has been nothing but nightmares.
According to Sharon, Ozzy is preparing for yet another extensive procedure that “will define the rest of his life.”
Ozzy recently admitted to Classic Rock that he “can’t walk these days properly,” though Sharon didn’t go into much more detail than that.
He acknowledged that, despite his physical therapy sessions, he was only “somewhat better, but nowhere near as much better as I want to be to be back on the road.”
It is still unknown whether the rock star’s scheduled surgery would improve his mobility problems.
In July, Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne will commemorate their 40th wedding anniversary.
Despite her optimism, Sharon said the couple’s ability to plan a unique celebration for the significant anniversary of their marriage would depend on how the upcoming weeks play out.
When asked if they would be celebrating their anniversary, Sharon replied, “I don’t know yet.” Depends on everything, but I’ll check it out.
To be with her husband in Los Angeles during this crucial period in his life, the proud wife will be stepping down from her role as host of the UK’s The Talk.
Ozzy’s operation, according to Sharon, is planned for the following week.
We send him our best wishes for a suitable procedure and a quick recovery. What is your favorite Black Sabbath song?