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Ozzy Osbourne says he has seen a huge improvement in his health Since he underwent major surgery.
The 73-year-old singer-songwriter, who revealed he had Parkinson’s disease in January 2020, opened up about his recovery during an appearance Wednesday with his wife Sharon, 69, on Good Morning America.
“Before I speak to you that way,” he told reporter Chris Connelly, leaning in his chair.
“The Osbournes” The alum went on to say, “Since I’ve had this surgery, I’ve improved significantly.”
Sharon explained that Ozzy was in excruciating pain prior to the surgery.
“These metal sheets were making their way out,” said the former “The Talk” host. “The debris was rubbing his spine. He was literally crying in pain some days.”
Previous black sabbath Frontman has struggled with a number of physical ailments over the years. In 2003, he nearly died in an ATV accident when his quad rolled over on him while he was driving around his London home.
Ozzy also underwent surgery after suffering a bad fall in 2019. He told Connelly, “I had to have surgery on my neck, which strained all my nerves.”
The musician said his movement these days is “not great”.
Ozzy added, “I have to negotiate everywhere I want to go and get tired easily. But I’m fine. My family was so wonderful when I lay.”
“He was hurting in the ass,” Sharon joked. “Everything from heartbreaking to soul-destroying to the joys of improving it.”
Ozzy is scheduled to give his first US performance in two years on September 8, the first day of the NFL season. The soccer organization announced Monday on social media that the “Shot in the Dark” maker will be the halftime performer in the game between the Los Angeles Rams and the Buffalo Bills.
The last time he took the stage at the 2019 American Music Awards was when he joined forces with Travis Scott and Post Malone to perform their collaboration “Take What You Want”.
Ozzy’s thirteenth solo studio album, Patient #9, will be released the day after his NFL halftime performance.
During his interview with GMA, Ozzy discussed his rise to the stage for the first time since 2019 when he performed at the Commonwealth Games in his hometown of Birmingham, England last month.
“When I get on stage,” he said, “something will come up.” “My soul becomes alive.”
Sharon added, “There were 30,000 people there and as soon as Ozzy arrived, they were all crying because they couldn’t believe he was there.”
“It wasn’t that bad,” Ozzie told her.
“Shut up,” Sharon Osbourne alumnus said with a playful hand wave.
The couple will soon be returning to reality TV. They are starring in an upcoming BBC documentary series Home to Roost. The show will follow Ozzy and Sharon as they return to the UK and adjust to life in the English countryside.
The series will follow The Osbournes As they celebrate one of their most important years yet—with everything from Sharon’s 70th birthday to Kelly’s soon-to-be-born baby, the Ozzy Tour, and of course the big move itself,”
Announced about 20 years after the pair’s premiere MTV reality show “The Osbournes” and “Home to Roost” will also follow Ozzy and Sharon as they deal with health issues and aging, according to the outlet.