On Monday night, Sharon Osbourne shared a short clip from years past with her husband Ozzy, which she simply captioned “Pillow Talk.”
Sharon Osbourne and “The Prince of Darkness” have been together for more than four decades. They started dating in 1979 after Ozzy was fired from his legendary metal band Black Sabbath. Three years later the couple got married, and have been together through many ups and downs. However, the couple have stood beside each other and have made their relationship work for years.
Ozzy’s wife posted a video of the couple on her Instagram account that may be from a previous wedding anniversary. Although the context of the throwback video is unclear, the couple are enjoying breakfast in bed together. Sharon is still wearing pajamas, and Ozzy is already wearing his signature sunglasses. Yet Ozzy had a question in mind for his wife.
“Do you have any regrets?” Ozzy asks Sharon.
“Yea,” she responds, before adding, “that we didn’t get married sooner.”
Sharon Osbourne Still ‘Hurt’ Following ‘The Talk’ Exit
Ever since Sharon Osbourne’s exit from The Talk, she seems to be enjoying life when she can. She’s surrounded herself with family, friends, and her numerous furry friends. However, you can tell she’s still resentful over the way her 11-year tenure on the talk show came to an end.
In late March, CBS announced that Osbourne would not be rejoining the other hosts of the daytime talk show. Most recently, the former X Factor judge revealed her disappointment in the decision while making an appearance on HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher.
The decision followed two weeks of controversy after the host publicly defended her fellow Brit and friend Piers Morgan. The former Good Morning Britain host made comments on-air that could be considered racially insensitive about Meghan Markle following her and Prince Harry‘s recent tell-all interview.
Maher quickly addresses the Piers Morgan situation and adds what Osbourne said in his defense on The Talk.
According to an article from TMZ, Maher first asks how Osbourne is doing.
“Ah, there’s so many different things,” she replies. “I’m angry. I’m hurt.”
“My view is, on the show, I don’t think anything happened,” Maher continues. “You said, ‘He’s a good friend of mine, and I don’t necessarily agree with his opinion, but he is entitled to his opinion.’”
“Exactly,” Osbourne replied.
“I’ve been called so many things in my life,” she explains. “I am so used to being called names, but a racist, this is one I will not take.”
The accusations and subsequent exit from The Talk obviously still stings Sharon Osbourne. Yet Maher and many others have come to her defense, which is surely a welcome respite from the ongoing controversy.