Sharon Osbourne‘s got a brand new look and it was all done for convenience. The English television personality, businesswoman and author told celebrity stylist, Jack Martin, that she was tired of coloring her hair once a week, but was obligated to as one of the hosts of the popular daytime talk show “The View.”
Martin said it took him eight hours to complete the look from start to finish. He added that he had a great time and described Sharon as a “gorgeous, humble and sweet soul.”
Osbourne is one of five co-hosts of the daytime series “The Talk,” which also stars Sheryl Underwood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba and Marie Osmond. Osbourne is one of the original hosts from its launch in October 2010. In September 2014, it was announced that she would become an occasional panellist on the British lunchtime television programme “Loose Women” as part of the show’s relaunch.
The new year has already been an eventful one as Ozzy , 71, has been forced to cancel his entire 2020 tour in order to take care of multiple medical problems.
Last month Osbourne announced that he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, a progressive nervous system disorder that affects movement. Symptoms typically start gradually, and tremors are common. The disorder also commonly causes stiffness or slowing of movement. Osbourne was originally diagnosed with the condition in 2003.
He suffered a fall at a 2019 New Year’s Eve show that required surgery and caused nerve damage in his neck.
The Osbourne family is no stranger to health problems. Ozzy’s wife Sharon announced that she had colon cancer in 2002 and son, Jack, revealed in 2012 that he had Multiple Sclerosis. Sharon was successfully treated for her condition and Jack is managing his health daily.
Daughter Kelly recently told The Mirror, “We take every day as it comes and he is doing incredible. We couldn’t have got much closer, but we did. Everyone is acting like it is doomsday, it’s not. It’s just something we have to deal with.”
The couple, along with their, children and family came into public popularity after appearing on “The Osbournes,” a MTV-produced reality television show that followed the family’s daily life. As the matriarch, Sharon became a fan favorite for her witty retorts, throwing a ham in her next-door-neighbors’ yard and for her collection of small dogs that left “gifts” for Ozzy to find around the house.
After the success of the show, Osbourne became a talent show judge on television shows such as the British and original version of “The X Factor”, from 2004 to 2007, returning in 2013, and again from 2016 to 2017. She also was a judge on “America’s Got Talent from 2007 until 2012.”
According to her Wikipedia page, Osbourne was ranked as the 25th richest woman in Britain on the 2009 Sunday Times Rich List. After the success of “The Osbournes” and “The X Factor”, hosting her own chat shows and securing advertising contracts, Osbourne and her husband have an estimated joint wealth of £410 million ($533 million). Sharon Osbourne is credited with reviving her husband’s heavy metal career by founding the summer Ozzfest tour.
Osbourne’s father, Don Arden, was a rock and roll entrepreneur who managed Black Sabbath and fired Ozzy Osbourne from the group. Sharon began dating her future in 1979 after he was fired him and took over his management from her father’s company.