Ozzy Osbourne tests positive for COVID-19

Ozzy Osbourne tests positive for COVID-19
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Ozzy Osbourne has tested positive for COVID-19.

The 73-year-old Black Sabbath legend’s wife Sharon Osbourne revealed the news in an interview on the U.K.’s Talk TV Thursday. Sharon, who’s currently in the U.K. while Ozzy is in Los Angeles, said that she spoke to her husband and that he’s “OK,” while adding that she’s “very worried” about him.

“We’ve gone two years without him catching COVID,” Sharon said through tears. “It’s just Ozzy’s luck he would get it now.”

She added that she’s returning to L.A. to be with Ozzy so that she can “hold him and kiss him with about three masks on.”

Sharon had just started a new show on Talk TV called The Talk, not to be confused with the CBS show The Talk that she used to co-host before her controversial exit in 2021. In returning home to Ozzy, she says she’ll miss a week before returning to the U.K. The Talk.

“I know my husband,” Sharon said. “We’re gonna get him back on his feet and we’re going to get a negative test by next week.”

Various members of the Osbourne family have contracted COVID-19 over the pandemic, including Sharon and several of her and Ozzy’s grandchildren.

Ozzy received his first COVID-19 vaccine in February 2021.

In an interview with Metal Hammer last October, Ozzy joked that being a “devil worshipper” helped him avoid catching the virus.

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