Sharon Osbourne About To Reveal Her New Facelift Surgery
According to a report from TV Line, Sharon Osbourne will return to the panel of the television talk show, The Talk , however, reports indicate that she recently underwent cosmetic surgery, and she's going to show it off to the world.
Coming up on the 9th of September, The Talk will formally welcome their newest host, Marie Osmond, taking the place of Sara Gilbert alongside Eve and Carrie Ann Inaba, Sheryl Underwood, as well as Sharon. The very first show will feature Osbourne showing off her brand new face following a "facelift." The world hasn't seen it yet.
In addition, to unveiling Sharon's new look, the television talk show will also show off the new set which features an "audience experience gallery," along with a space designated for social media. These days, Sharon and Ozzy, both, have had operations but for different reasons.
According to KKLZ Music News, Ozzy had to push back all of his 2019 tour dates after a health setback. His son, Jack Osbourne, said that Ozzy had since recovered, however, and he was back to his old cynical self.
Speaking with People Magazine while promoting his Travel Channel show, Portals To Hell , Jack said his father was "doing good," and he's now back to his normal self. Jack told reporters from the outlet that his father is "in a good spot," because he's been complaining non-stop about everything in the house.
Previously, Osbourne dealt with a number of different problems, including three staph infections in his right hand. Ozzy was in the hospital for complications from influenza, which eventually turned into pneumonia.
After he was sent home from the hospital, the doctors told the iconic Black Sabbath frontman that he needed to be at home for another six weeks. Moreover, he was ordered not to travel either. Reportedly, Ozzy fell in his LA Home and aggravated old injuries he first acquired during an ATV accident in 2003.
Previously, Sharon addressed Ozzy's injuries, stating that he was in a "coma for days." Sharon stated that Ozzy had dislodged a series of metal rods and screws in his body, so he had to cancel all of his dates.