Time flies when petting dogs. At least it does for former “The Talk” panelist Sharon Osbourne. She posted an adorable picture to Twitter, seated beside her loyal friends in a “secret spot” with a fountain and massive clock face to boot.
“Passing Time with Elvis & Pickle in my secret spot,” Osbourne tweeted along with the picture.
The picture is fitting, considering Osbourne’s army of pets. Her website lists six dogs and two cats, none of which are pictured. In order, there’s Bella, Rockie, Alfie, Charlie, Flick, Mo-Mo, Moe, and Puss.
She loves sharing pictures and videos showing off the furry companions. Last week, she posted a picture of one of them on Instagram.
“Sometimes all you need is a little support,” she wrote in the caption.
Earlier the same week, she shared a cute video of husband Ozzy Osbourne hopping aboard the family’s personal elevator with a handful of dogs. They were headed up to bed.
It’s safe to say she loves her pets. It seems that every few days, Sharon Osbourne’s fans get another update on their status. Interestingly, however, the former “The Talk” panelist doesn’t currently care for any large dogs.
“So we don’t have any big dogs now. But honestly, with tiny little dogs, I’m like ‘big deal.’ They’re not gonna crap on an outfit I’m wearing. They know. They’ll go in the bathroom,” she told Dog Magazine.
Say what you will, but having a bunch of smaller dogs definitely makes travel easier. It may surprise fans to learn that Sharon Osbourne maintains passports for at least a few of them.
The Implications of Sharon Osbourne’s Departure from ‘The Talk’
Few will be surprised to learn of the March incident that resulted in Sharon Osbourne vacating her position on the long-running talk show “The Talk.”
In her absence, the show needed a replacement. Especially considering fellow co-host Carrie Ann Inaba’s own leave of absence from the show. It didn’t take “The Talk” too long to move on, however. They decided to bring in none other than Jerry O’Connell to be the first male host in the show’s history.
“First of all, I want to say, you ladies have been so welcoming to me. I mean, I came here as a guest months ago, and just from the moment I walked in, you’re just gracious, you’re kind, you’re fun, and it worked. And here we are,” O’Connell told his new co-hosts.
Now, it looks like the show may be considering yet another male addition to the panel following anonymous reports that Carrie Ann Inaba won’t return. Sharon Osbourne’s departure changed the show’s landscape entirely.