British-American TV host, music executive, and novelist Sharon Rachel Osbourne (née Levy, afterwards Arden; born October 9, 1952). Her family’s reality show, The Osbournes (2002–2005), which aired on MTV, propelled her to fame.
She is married to heavy metal singer and songwriter Ozzy Osbourne. Over time, Osbourne transitioned into a role as a judge on many talent competition shows, including America’s Got Talent (2004-2007) and The X Factor (2004-2007, 2013, 2016-2017). (2007–2012).
In order to revitalise her husband’s heavy metal career, Osbourne created the summer Ozzfest tour, which ran virtually continuously from 1996 to 2018.
Her own talk show, The Sharon Osbourne Show, aired on television from 2003 to 2006. After competing on The Celebrity Apprentice on NBC in 2010, Osbourne went on to co-host the CBS talk show The Talk until her dismissal in 2021. She started working for TalkTV in 2022, hosting a late-night programme titled The Talk.
An unlocked door. Sharon Osbourne recently admitted to getting a facelift this past fall, but she says she doesn’t feel like she’s discovered the fountain of youth as a result.
Osbourne, 69, said in an interview published on Saturday, April 23 in London’s The Sunday Times, “I had a full facelift done in October and I looked like one of those f-king mummies that they wrap [with bandages].” It was excruciating. Seriously, you have no idea.
The former host of The Talk, who was let go from her position last year amid allegations of racially inflammatory statements behind the scenes and racially inappropriate comments on TV, said the treatment took five and a half hours and the outcome wasn’t what she had hoped for.
You had no idea how terrible it was until you experienced it yourself. I looked at the surgeon and said, “You have to be f-king joking.” An individual’s eyes were not identical. The comparison to a Cyclops was too much to bear. Just a hunchback will do, I think to myself.
Ozzy Osbourne, whom she wed in 1982, verified the news wasn’t good, she said. They would have it redone no matter how much it cost, she remembers him saying.
Ozzy and Sharon have three children together: Aimee (38), Kelly (37), and Jack (36). Sharon has stated that her face is “settling now” and that she is pleased with her new appearance.
I’d like to share some photos of the work done on my neck and jowls. They tore it away from the crown of my head, but all my hair and scalp were suddenly floating in the air.
That’s why everything seems so revitalised,” she said. Sharon even hinted at her “new face” in 2019, saying that she had already scheduled her “next surgery.”
Organization Run by Sharon Osbourne
Since Osbourne had so much success in managing her husband, she decided to start her own management company for other performers. Gary Moore, Motörhead, Lita Ford, The Smashing Pumpkins, and Coal Chamber were just some of the musicians Osbourne managed at the start of his new company.
She worked alongside Cud guitarist Mike Dunphy as co-manager of the band Cube. Though they were contracted to Polydor Records, Cube never really took off. Not only has she refused Fred Durst, Guns N’ Roses, and Courtney Love’s demands for career advice, but she has also rejected their requests in the past.
Sharon Osbourne‘s debut autobiography, Extreme (co-authored by Penelope Dening), was released in October 2005. It details her tumultuous upbringing with her father, Don Arden, and the ups and downs of her marriage to her husband Ozzy Osbourne.
The book also includes details on the author’s experiences with domestic violence, drug abuse, alcoholism, affairs, bribes, colon cancer, robberies, an aircraft crash, counselling, and cosmetic surgery.
After being released by Time WarnerBooks, it quickly became the best-selling autobiography in British history, selling over 621,000 copies in hardcover and staying at the top of the Sunday Times Bestseller List for 15 consecutive weeks (the previous record was held by David Beckham’s autobiography by 100,000 copies).
After being nominated for several British Book Awards, including Biography of the Year, it finally took home the prize in March 2006. By now, the autobiography has sold over two million copies, making it the best-selling autobiography by a woman in history.