Sharon Osbourne Opens Up About Her Facelift Surgery – ‘I Can’t Feel My Mouth’
According to a report from Us Magazine, Sharon Osbourne isn’t afraid to get candid regarding her recent facelift surgery, and this won’t be the first time she has done so. When she stopped by The Kelly Clarkson Show on Wednesday, on the 23rd of October, the 67-year-old television personality stated she’s pleased with the results of her surgery, for the most part.
However, there have definitely been some unexpected side effects she had never considered initially. “I can hardly feel my mouth now,” Osbourne said to the host, after explaining part of the surgery which involved putting something in her mouth to lift it up.
According to Osbourne, when she was hanging out with her family one evening, her mouth was numb and it looked weird. Sharon joked she had the appearence of Elvis Presley. Sharon explained that her husband, Ozzy, asked her why she was snarling at him.
And Kelly Clarkson, the host of the television show, shouted out to Osbourne for being honest about her surgery operations. As it was noted in passing above, Sharon has discussed her operation before in the past, including during the first episode of the 10th season of The Talk.
On the 9th of September, Osbourne stated that she had her neck and jowls done. Osbourne noted that everything “looks more refreshed and tight” post-surgery. The 37-year-old reality star/singer asked Sharon if she felt nervous about undergoing the operation, and she said she had been.
Osbourne joked you could “go in” and then suddenly find yourself looking like “Cyclops.” Her decision to get another plastic surgery operation comes after she stated in the past she wasn’t going to get another one.
Previously, during a 2012 episode of The Talk, Osbourne dished on what it was like to get a double mastectomy after she learned she was carrying a gene linked with breast cancer.
Sharon explained to her co-hosts and the audience that from certain angles, she felt as though her face looked “plastic.” “No more. No more abuse,” Osbourne added, but it appears she rescinded on that rule.