Ozzy Osbourne To Have A Special Surgery That Could Alter His Life

(NewsGlobal.com)- According to Ozzy Osbourne’s wife Sharon, the singer will undergo a “very serious procedure” on Monday, which “truly is going to define the remainder of his life.”

During an appearance on her talk program in Britain a week ago, the well-known television personality disclosed that she was leaving the country to live with her spouse in Los Angeles.

During an appearance on The Talk, Osbourne explained, “He has a really important operation on Monday, and I need to be there.” It is something that will have a significant impact on the rest of his life.

The former Black Sabbath vocalist has complained of neck problems due to a quad bike accident that occurred in 2003. The specifics of the procedure have not been publicized.

A 2019 fall made matters worse for the singer. Fifteen screws were inserted into his back.

In May, Ozzy was interviewed by New Musical Express, stating, “I’m simply waiting for some more surgery on my neck.”

Ozzy said that lately, he’s been having trouble walking normally. He goes to physical therapy first thing in the morning, making him feel a bit better but not quite as good as he would like to get back out on the road.

Sharon Osbourne said that she and Ozzy will be celebrating 40 years of marriage on July 1, but when asked if she would be throwing a party to commemorate the occasion, she was evasive.

Osbourne responded, “I don’t know yet. When it comes to Ozzy, everything is subject to change.”


When asked if he contemplates his death, Ozzy said at 73 years old, “he’s done quite well.” He has no intention of leaving this place, but he knows his time will come.

Last month, Ozzy received a positive test result for coronavirus. Ozzy’s wife Sharon announced that she would be traveling from the United Kingdom to the United States.

During an emotional appearance with Talk TV, Sharon expressed her concern by saying, “I am really frightened about Ozzy right now. It’s just Ozzy’s luck that he would acquire COVID now, considering we’ve gone two years without him catching it.”

She returns this month to take care of her husband post-op.