Sharon Osbourne is sharing a carrot with a sweet reindeer in her latest Twitter post. Fans are going wild with hilarious comments.
Sharon Osbourne loves animals. Whether it is her family pups or a fuzzy penguin, Osbourne is always sharing the most adorable pictures on her Instagram. Today’s post features the star feeding a reindeer with her mouth. The image shows Osbourne passing a carrot to her reindeer friend. Take a look for yourself!
Sharon Osbourne captions the image with three fitting emojis. The reindeer is obviously not Rudolph (no red nose to see here), but we’ll let it slide.
Fans are commenting on the sweet gesture, as well as cracking some jokes.
“We’ll leave you two alone 😂🦌🦌❤️🥕” one fan writes.
“The animal whisperer lady, merry Christmas to you and Ozzie, and the kids, love from Santa Barbara,” a second fan says.
“Hahaha, fab. Who’s sharing with whom?” a third chimes in.
Sharon Osbourne’s Love of Animals
Sharon Osbourne loves sharing all of her interactions with animals on social media. Fans look forward to seeing her furry friend adventures. Most recently, Osbourne shared pictures of her new “grand-dog” named Zippy. Rescued in Texas, the pup is now living his best life with his new family.
Sharon Osbourne also posts throwback images from time to time. Being the mother of multiple animals over the years allows Osbourne to share memories with her first pets. Fans can see that she is a long-time fan of smaller-breed dogs. Pomeranians and Shi Tzus are her favorites.
“My pets have taught me that I mostly prefer animals to people. Regarding the second question, unfortunately, I cannot divulge any intimate details or private confidences with my dogs.”
The Osbournes Want To Believe
Glimpses of Osbourne’s pets are seen in the Travel Channel series “The Osbournes Want To Believe.” The show follows Jack Osbourne as he tries to convince his parents to believe in the supernatural. From haunted dolls to aliens, Sharon and Ozzy uncover the paranormal. For Sharon, she takes each phenomenon on a case-by-case basis.
“I am and I’m not. It’s like, until I see it myself, I’m not going to start shouting, ‘I’m a believer,'” she says to Rolling Stone. “Because there are so many things on film where they can use trickery, or different effects.”
It is a fun show that showcases each of their personalities. Two seasons are available to stream on Hulu.