Sharon Osbourne says she wants husband Ozzy to MOVE back ‘home’ to London as he adds ‘we’ve been planning this for four f***ing years’
Sharon Osbourne says she wants 74-year-old husband Ozzy Osbourne to move back to London.
The 70-year-old star – who this week said Ashton Kutcher was “rude” – made the comments on her new family podcast titled The Osbournes, on which she appears with Ozzy and their two children Kelly, 38, and Jack, 37.
The family sat down to discuss their long-awaited return to Britain from the US where they currently live.
In a video clip showing Ozzy, Sharon and son Jack in their living room at home, Ozzy – who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2003 – agreed they should go.
“We’ve been planning this for the past four years,” he said.
Let’s Go Home: Sharon Osbourne Says She Wants Husband Ozzy to Move Back to London; seen in 2019
They’re back: The stars spoke about their return to Britain on their new podcast
And in a conversation with Jack, Sharon – who, like Ozzy, was born in England – said: ‘Here’s what I learned: you can’t plan anything. I just feel like I want to go home. I want to give your father a chance to live his life.”
She added: ‘We can do more of what we want in England than here.’
During a podcast segment, Ozzy also talks about how he thought he had broken his neck after a bad fall in the bathroom of his house.
He said: ‘One night I went to the toilet. The lights were off. Pitch-black. I misjudged the bed, missed it and landed flat on my face.
‘I hit the ground so hard that I just lay there. I fell face down on the ground.”
Sharon then reveals that Ozzy didn’t put his hands up to save himself, continuing, “I knew I did some damage.”
Bye LA! The Osbournes are about to return as a family for a new podcast starting on Tuesday and as they prepared for it, the family sat down to plan their long-awaited move from the US, where they currently live, back to Britain to discuss.
Three years ago: (L-R) Kelly, Ozzy and Sharon attend a 2020 Pre-Grammy Gala in Beverly Hills
‘I had no pain, but the way I hit the ground was like a big flash.
“She said what are you doing there and I said I think I broke my f***ing neck.”
In a lighter moment, Ozzy, who previously asked his son to be a father and have babies, also has a glint in his eye as he tells Sharon, “I’m feeling romantic.” Let’s go to bed, honey.’
And Sharon responds, “Shut up, Ozzy.”
This comes after Sharon said she is determined to find a ‘healthy balance’ in her weight loss journey.
The 70-year-old TV star lost 30 pounds earlier this year after she started taking Ozempic, the controversial weight-loss drug also used to treat people with type 2 diabetes, and Sharon has now insisted she is not bothered by it has. shame to use it.
She told E! News: ‘It’s not a dirty secret if you’ve been taking something to lose weight, and that’s fine. We don’t have to fuck.’
Sharon no longer uses the weight-loss drug. However, she still strives to find the ideal balance in her life.
She said: ‘I’m about to lose too much that I have to try to keep.
“In my life, my heaviest weight was 230 pounds, and I’m now under 100. And I want to stay around 105 because I’m too skinny. But I try to find a healthy balance.’
Let’s Leave Los Angeles: Here Sharon and Ozzy are seen kissing in a pool
Speaking of weight, this comes after Sharon said she is determined to find a ‘healthy balance’ in her weight loss journey. The 70-year-old TV star lost 30 pounds earlier this year after she started taking Ozempic
Earlier this month, Sharon stressed that using Ozempic to lose weight is not “cheating.”
The TV star – who is married to musician Ozzy Osbourne – urged people to ‘lighten up’ about taking the drug.
She told DailyMail.com: ‘People think it’s a way of cheating because you don’t train for three hours a day, or you don’t have a brilliant new trainer, so you cheat. It’s not cheating.
‘It’s just something you choose to lose weight. So, what’s the problem? I do not understand.’
Sharon also urged people to be honest when they get the shots.
She said: ‘It’s like people who have cosmetic surgery and then say, ‘No, it’s a new cream,’ or, ‘I sleep with a silk pillow now.’ Just own it.
‘It’s your path in life, if you want to do it, do it. Good luck. If it makes you happy: great.’