Ozzy Osbourne refers to his wife Sharon Osbourne as the “lifesaver” of the couple

The musician Ozzy Osbourne underwent “life-altering surgery” earlier in June after being identified as having Parkinson’s disease. He also underwent multiple spinal surgeries for a “fall” he experienced in 2019. The Crazy Train hitmaker spoke candidly about his disease-related despair, blood clots, and nerve agony last week.

The 73-year-old Black Sabbath leader, who recently performed in his hometown of Birmingham to close the 2022 Commonwealth Games, claimed that following his most recent detox, he is now “boring.”Ozzy, who suffers from a particular form of Parkinson’s disease, experienced some worries after getting Covid-19 in April but has now fully recovered.
Ozzy, who this year marked his 40th wedding anniversary with his wife, did, however, give some thought to his marriage in a recent interview with Independent. When Sharon was 18 years old, the two fell in love and got married on July 4, 1982, in Hawaii. He credited his wife Sharon for saving up his life. The singer disclosed the secret of their lengthy relationship and said, “Love, it is,” adding, “If it wasn’t for Sharon, I’d be dead.”

Ozzy acknowledged that he used to engage in “drugs and booze” and wouldn’t give it up. The 73-year-old, however, said that after getting married, he had stopped all of these negative habits.

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