Ozzy Osbourne is a rock icon in his own right, but the star appears to have been secretly struggling with his health and was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2003.
Now Sharon Osbourne has announced that the singer will have a serious operation.
Many people recognize Ozzy by The Osbournes…
The hilarious reality show followed Ozzy, whose real name is John, and his wife Sharon with their two children, Jack and Kelly.
Their life was a bit crazy…
But that’s what made the world love them.
But it wasn’t The Osbournes what made Ozzy famous…
The sad reality is that many of Ozzy’s fans are unaware that he is in one of the most famous and influential metal bands. during all this time...
Hailing from Birmingham in the UK, Black Sabbath were the first of their kind back in 1968. Ozzy teamed up with bandmates Geezer Butler, Tony Iommi and Bill Ward, and together they launched the era of heavy rock and metal. Music.
Saturday was famous not only Paranoid…
They were, and stillknown for their wild lifestyle while on tour.
The band, and Ozzy in particular, were well known for their alcoholism and hard drug use.
Ozzy has been criticized for a variety of things, such as biting off the head of a live bat on stage in 1982, snorting live ants while on tour with Motley Crue, and using every illicit drug ever.
But one of the worst things he ever did was attempting to choke his wife Sharon to death in 1984 while he was heavily under the influence of drugs and alcohol.
However, in the end, he decided that it was time to put himself in order.
And his sobriety allowed him to focus on music and family life.
Speaking with rolling stone back in 2017, he said, “Now I’m going through 5 years clean and sober and I realized what a fucking idiot I was. I mean, I’m still crazy, but I’m a little more in control.”
But he secretly struggled with the disease, which he was diagnosed with in 2003.
And, “having exhausted excuses,” he finally revealed that he had been diagnosed.
A star appeared on good morning america.
In an emotional interview, Ozzy, along with his wife Sharon, opened up about the health issues that have greatly affected his life.
This journey was not easy for him.
Things went downhill after the star went under the knife and began to experience nerve pain.
In an interview, he explained why he chose to talk about his struggles.
“I’m not good with secrets, I can’t walk around with them anymore. Because I seem to be running out of excuses.”
Then Sharon intervened, talking about her husband’s illness.
“Parkinesis 2, which is a form of Parkinson’s disease, and that — there are so many different types of Parkinson’s — it’s not a death sentence by any means, but it does affect certain nerves in your body.”
Parkinson’s disease is a brain disorder classified as having “certain recognizable symptoms” that most commonly include uncontrollable shaking or tremors, incoordination, and difficulty speaking.
Stage 2 is considered a moderate form of the disease.
“A year ago next month, I was in a shocking state.” “I take a lot of medication, mostly for this operation.
“I have numbness down this arm from the surgery, my feet are cold. I don’t know if it’s Parkinson’s disease or something. This is problem.”
But that’s not all…
“Here in this country, we’ve kind of reached a point where we can’t go any further because we have all the answers we can get here,” she said. “So, in April we are going to see a professor in Switzerland, and he is making sure that your immune system works at its peak. We’re going to go wherever we can, looking for answers.”
Ozzy’s days vary in how well he feels.
“Like you had a good day, a good day, and then a really bad day.”
But the news does not stop him from living his life.
In an interview with Kerrang!, the star said, “Do I ever think about when my time will come? I think about this; I don’t worry about it.
“I won’t be here for another fifteen years or so, not much longer, but I don’t dwell on it. It will happen to all of us.”
Unfortunately, that wasn’t all… Ozzy said he was in “incredible pain 24 hours a day, 7 days a week” and claimed that even prescribed painkillers didn’t bring any relief.
And what he said was heartbreaking…
“Am I happy now? No. I don’t have health. This thing knocked me out, man, but I’m still here.” “Actually, I was worried about [death] more when I was younger than now. I just try to enjoy things as much as possible, even though sometimes it’s hard as hell.”
Years later, Sharon Osbourne spoke about Ozzy’s health on her new talk show. UK discussion…
Sharon explained that her husband tested positive for coronavirus.
And in doing so, she also expressed her concern for him.
People took to Twitter to send their wishes…
Someone then answered with a cute message: “Take care Ozzy! You’ve got this… I know you’ve been vaccinated, so I hope this helps some. We all love you! God bless.”
“I spoke to him and he is fine. I’m really worried about Ozzy right now,” she explained. People. “We’ve had him free of COVID for two years now and Ozzy is just lucky that he has now.”
“It’ll take me a week to get my old man back on his feet and I’ll be back [on the show] in a week… We are going to give him a negative test next week,” she continued.
Sharon also said that she would “hug him and kiss him in about three masks” when she saw him again.
“My family is my life,” she said, holding back tears.
“I can’t believe my luck that I missed the show when I was only there for 3 days. this is terrible. I can not believe this. 3 days and I’m missing the show,” she said, laughing.
Sharon also stated that she didn’t get a chance to tell their family that her husband had the virus because he was “diagnosed in the middle of the night” but said they would “rally” and be with him.
And now Sharon has announced that her husband will have a major operation.
Ozzy is due for a major operation on Monday that will presumably “define the rest of his life.”
Ozzy was last seen in public in May, and speaking on the UK program The Talk, Sharon explained that he was going to have “very major surgery” on Monday.
Sharon added that the operation would “really define the rest of his life.”
We hope the surgery goes well and that Ozzy has many more years of good health.