Like any married couple, Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne are having their own share of marital difficulties, and the situation may still end in divorce if the Black Sabbath rocker and his wife can’t find a way to reconcile and move forward.
Unfortunately for Ozzy, his wife, unlike most housewives, co-hosts her own talk show and she seems very eager to use The Talk to humiliate Ozzy on national television. The question remains: is Ozzy Osbourne willing to pour out his guts on Sharon’s show, where he will undoubtedly face embarrassing questions from the entire panel of hosts?
The Talk May Be The Setting For A Sharon And Ozzy Reconciliation
Ozzy Osbourne’s affair with hairdresser Michelle Pugh has led to an eruption in his marriage to Sharon Osbourne and, for awhile, it seemed unlikely that the Osbourne’s would ever be able to patch things up. Now, Mirror reports that Sharon may have come to forgive Ozzy, but only if he’s willing to do penance for his sins and ask her forgiveness in a public forum. Sharon wants Ozzy to show up on The Talk and bear his soul.
“Sharon has suggested she wants him to go on her show The Talk to apologize publicly,” a source said of The Talk‘s Sharon Osbourne. “She told staff that she is not sure whether she will divorce Ozzy. She wants to see how the rest of the year goes and at Christmas see where her head is at.”
In the meantime, Sharon may be taking a break from her other gig as X Factor judge, while she struggles through her marriage troubles with Ozzy. Simon Cowell has given Sharon leave to deal with her problems with sources saying Cowell urged Ms. Osbourne to take as much time as she felt she needed.
Jack Osbourne Lends Public Support To His Parents
Ozzy and Sharon have been together for a long time, a lifetime Jack Osbourne might say, and this isn’t their first obstacle, according to the couple’s son. Jack is supportive of his parents, as they work things out, but, as New York Daily News reveals, he isn’t concerned that this could be the end of their union. Jack says he’s seen the famous Osbourne couple fight it out before, but, when it comes right down to it, they do love each other.
Some have said this time might be different, considering the fact that Ozzy had maintained a four year affair with Michelle Pugh, but Jack Osbourne says this is just another in a long line of troubles the couple have faced together.
“You know, they’re trying to rein it in. They’ve been together for so long and this isn’t their first rodeo,” says Jack.
The Osbourne son, who had his own show, Jack Osbourne: Adrenaline Junkie, knows just how the pressures of a celebrity’s lifestyle can affect things. Keeping that in mind, he points out that nobody has the perfect marriage and that all couples fight it out from time to time.
“Hey, listen, there’s no perfect marriage in this world. I mean, look, we’ve got two presidential candidates, one’s on his third marriage and, well, we know what happened with the Clintons, so need we say any more?”
Still, Jack realizes that a reconciliation isn’t guaranteed and that he’s just as likely to face a future where Sharon and Ozzy are no longer together. In that case, Jack says everyone in the family will have to adjust to a different lifestyle, but also acknowledges that Sharon and Ozzy will still be his parents.
“My take on it is, whatever happens, my parents are still my parents — it’s not like they’re going to be like, ‘Well, do you want to go live with your dad or your mom?'”
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