Sharon Osbourne recollects ‘risky’ particulars of relationship with Ozzy, says they used to ‘beat’ one another
Sharon Osbourne opened up about her “risky” relationship with Ozzy Osbourne in an interview printed Tuesday.
The interview targeted on an upcoming biopic that can discover the connection between Sharon, 68, and Ozzy, 72.
“Our fights have been, legendary,” Osbourne told DailyMailTV. “We’d beat the s–t out of one another. It stopped, have to be, 20 years in the past, however we had a superb run.”
Regardless of the tumultuous relationship the 2 shared, Sharon referred to as the biopic “a love story” in the course of the interview.
“It is a film about Ozzy’s and my life, how we got here collectively within the early days and our risky relationship,” Sharon mentioned. “All of the fights, all of the makeups, all of the fights, all of the arrests, all of the all the things. And it is a love story.”
“Individuals are going to observe it go, ‘This isn’t allowed. They should not behave that manner and put it on movie,'” she added. “However [we’re] solely speaking the reality. Some folks have risky relationships and ours was very risky.”
The previous host of “The View” beforehand revealed that Ozzy had as soon as tried to kill her.
Sharon additionally gave a well being replace on Ozzy, who revealed his Parkinson’s prognosis final 12 months, stating that “he is superb, he is bought it beneath management.” She additionally shared that Ozzy is ready to endure main surgical procedure to assist appropriate neck and backbone points after a 2019 fall, the outlet reported.
The couple married in 1982 and have three grown youngsters collectively.