Ozzy Osbourne will undergo major surgery early next week and the results will “determine the rest of his life,” Sharon Osbourne told viewers of the British TV show The conversation.
Asked by co-host Vanessa Feltz if she would be traveling to Los Angeles any time soon, Sharon confirmed that surgery would take place on Monday, June 13, and that she would be traveling to be by Ozzy’s side. “I have to be there,” she said.
Asked if the couple planned to celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary on July 1, Sharon wasn’t tied, saying, “I don’t know yet. Depends on everything with Ozzy.”
Ozzy Osbourne has been plagued with ill health in recent years. Two years ago, he revealed that he had battled Parkinson’s disease and has since had neck and spine problems after a serious fall in 2019 that dislodged metal rods in his body that had been surgically inserted after his 2003 quad bike accident. required the insertion of 15 more metal screws into his spine.
The singer also endured a life-threatening staph infection in his thumb and a ruptured blood vessel in his eye, and has been hospitalized with complications from the flu. As a result, Ozzy can’t perform and is forced to get dates from his . to postpone No more guided tours 2 tour several times.
In November 2021, Ozzy announced that the European leg of the tour, originally scheduled for 2019, will now take place in May and June 2023. Judas will support Priest.
Ozzy’s last live show was the Ozzfest date at The Forum in Los Angeles, on New Year’s Eve in 2018. When the 2023 tour kicks off in Helsinki on May 3, it will be his first live show in 1584 days.
Sharon Osbourne reveals that Ozzy Osbourne will undergo major surgery Monday that “will define the rest of his life”.@MrsSOsbourne | @OzzyOsbourne pic.twitter.com/kC3BJQrnkkJune 8, 2022
Ozzy Osbourne 2023 Tour
May 03: Helsinki Hartwall Arena, Finland
May 5: Stockholm Friends Arena, Sweden
May 07: Dortmund Westfalenhalle, Germany
May 10: Wizink Arena Madrid, Spain
May 12: Bologna Unipol Arena, Italy
May 14: Olympiahalle Munich, Germany
May 17: Budapest Arena, Hungary
May 19: Prague O2 Arena, Czech Republic
May 21: Zurich Hallenstadion, Switzerland
May 24: Hamburg Barclaycard Arena, Germany
May 26: Mannheim SAP Arena, Germany
May 28: Berlin Mercedes-Benz Arena, Germany
May 31: Nottingham Motorpoint Arena, UK
June 3: Newcastle Utility Arena, UK
June 4: Glasgow SSE Hydro, UK
June 07: Manchester AO Arena, UK
June 10: Dublin 3Arena, Ireland
June 12: London The O2, UK
June 14: Birmingham Resorts World Arena, UK