Sharon Osbourne Released from the Hospital Following a Health Scare Over the Weekend


A medical emergency this last Friday evening sent Sharon Osbourne to the hospital, but she’s since been released and is back at home.

Though initial reports suggested she was filming an episode of the Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures,” her son Jack Osbourne clarified that the incident actually took place while they were filming an episode of “Night of Terror” at the Glen Tavern Inn. The Ventura County Fire Dept. confirmed that the emergency happened around 6:30 p.m. PST on Friday. No further details have been released about the emergency or nature of Sharon’s health scare.

Through an Instagram post, Jack Osbourne said his mom had been “given the all clear from her medical team” before she returned home. Though he thanked everyone for their supportive messages, he said he was going to “leave it to her to share about [what happened] when she is ready.”

Just like her husband of 40 years, metal icon Ozzy Osbourne, Sharon’s now a 70 year-old with past medical issues, just like most people their age. Back in 2002, she was diagnosed with colon cancer and underwent more than 20 chemotherapy sessions. She was eventually declared cancer-free.

Earlier this month, Ozzy discussed his current health situation in an interview, saying he can barely get around anymore. That kind of issue, he said at the time, made him initially wonder if he had it in him to embark on his upcoming tour dates.

“I can’t begin to tell you how fucking frustrating life has become. It is amazing how you go along in life and one stupid thing can screw everything up for a long time. I have never been ill this long in my life.”

Whether she decides to share what happened and how her overall health is these days is up to Sharon. A person’s health is an incredibly private matter, so it really matters only to her and her family at this time. We at MetalSucks hope Sharon fully recovers from any illness or physical harm she may have received.

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