Sharon Osbourne: What is the TV personality doing now?

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Sharon Osbourne's career could be compared to the same height that her rockstar husband, Ozzy Osbourne has achieved. As a TV personality, music manager, and author, Sharon established herself as a powerful female figure in the entertainment industry.

With such an illustrious career behind her, and various possible ventures in the future that are in the books, what are in the books for the TV personality?

Sharon Osbourne: What is the TV personality doing now? Rodin Eckenroth

Rise to fame

Sharon is best known for co-hosting the variety show The Osbournes with her husband, and for being a panelist on the British and American versions of The X Factor, America's Got Talent, The Sharon Osbourne Show, and The Talk. Osbourne has also had a successful career as a manager and promoter, representing artists such as Lita Ford and her husband's band, Black Sabbath.

According to Reuters, she is credited as the person who revived her husband's career in 1996 when she established the Ozzfest tour, which grew into a greatly successful music festival tour that featured many famous heavy-metal and hard-rock bands.

Sharon Osbourne: What is the TV personality doing now? John Allman

A strong but rocky relationship

Sharon and Ozzy have been married for over four decades and are known for their tumultuous but enduring relationship. They met in the 1970s when Sharon's father, Don Arden was managing Black Sabbath, who subsequently ended up firing Ozzy from the band, reports People Magazine.

The couple got married in 1982 and they have three children together, Aimee, Kelly, and Jack. Despite facing numerous challenges and setbacks, the Osbournes have remained committed to each other and have managed to maintain a strong and loving relationship. They have been open about the ups and downs of their marriage and have often credited their enduring bond to their strong communication and mutual support.

Sharon Osbourne: What is the TV personality doing now? Michael Caulfield Archive

Recent hospitalization

According to Entertainment Weekly, Sharon was hospitalized on December 18 due to a medical emergency while she was on the shoot for the Travel Channel's Jack and Kelly Osbourne: Night of Terror. Although the exact reason was not given for the hospitalization, she was rushed to Santa Paula Hospital in California by first responders.

Her son, Jack gave an update:

Thank you to everyone who has reached out with love and support. As to what happened to mum, I'm gonna leave it to her to share about when she is ready.

Sharon has a history of dealing with difficult medical conditions, particularly her announcement of having gone through surgery and chemotherapy for a diagnosis of colon cancer in 2002. A double mastectomy followed a decade later due to a genetic predisposition for breast cancer.

In her docuseries Sharon Osbourne: To Hell and Back, she opened up about supporting her husband through his medical struggles, particularly his Parkinson's Disease diagnosis in 2003, noting that it has been 'incredibly challenging for us all.'

Sharon Osbourne: What is the TV personality doing now? Joce jfizzy/Bauer-Griffin

Future plans

In addition to working with her two children on Jack and Kelly Osbourne: Night of Terror, while speaking to The Guardian, she announced that the Osbourne family would be moving back to the UK for a 10-part series titled Home to Roost, reports Distractify.

The show will reportedly focus on the recent events that have transpired within the Osbourne family, particularly on Ozzy's medical struggles, Kelly's pregnancy, and Sharon's 70th birthday. An exact release date hasn't been revealed, but it is known that the series is set to premiere in 2023.

Sharon Osbourne: What is the TV personality doing now? CBS Photo Archive

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