Sharon Osbourne Posts Cozy Snap of Gray-Haired Ozzy Osbourne Amid ‘The Talk’ Controversy

by Evan Reier
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Despite the past couple of months that have featured controversy, allegations and more, Sharon Osbourne doesn’t seem bothered.

In the early afternoon of April 20, Sharon Osbourne took to Instagram to share a rare new photo of her husband, Ozzy Osbourne. However, Ozzy wasn’t alone but was instead chilling with the couple’s dog, Elvis.

We can’t lie, it’s a pretty adorable photo. Ozzy and Elvis peering over to the camera in what seems like a candid shot is a winner, to say the least.

Sharon Osbourne captioned the post:

“Ozzy & Elvis (my two kings),” Osbourne wrote.

Hard to disagree with Sharon on Ozzy, but we can’t help but mention that the man’s nickname is “The Prince of Darkness” after all. Just saying. But in that household, there’s no doubt that Ozzy wears the crown. When he’s not sharing it with Elvis, of course.

Sharon Osbourne Sounds Off with Bill Maher

In an anticipated appearance on “Real Time with Bill Maher,” the former music manager spoke out on her departure from The Talk.

After defending fellow TV host Piers Morgan, Sharon Osbourne was then accused of being racist and toxic in previous instances. After being placed on leave, she and CBS ended up parting ways.

This is where her appearance on “Real Time” comes in. It was her first extended discussion on the issue, and she didn’t hold back her feelings.

“Ah, there’s so many different things,” she said. “I’m angry. I’m hurt… I’ve been called so many things in my life. I am so used to being called names, but a racist, this is one I will not take.”

Maher ended up agreeing with her, pointing out that Osbourne never said anything directly racist. He also talked on Piers Morgan’s comments that originally prompted her defense, which were about Meghan Markle’s issues with the British monarchy.

Maher said Morgan wasn’t “denying” the claims, but “doubting” what Markle had to say.

Ozzy Osbourne Inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame

Meanwhile, WrestleMania 37 was taking place and Ozzy Osbourne was inducted into the wrestling company’s hall of fame.

For those unaware, Ozzy had multiple occasions that he appeared on WWE programming. The first came back in 1986 when he helped as a manager for the tag team, The British Bulldogs. The tandem ended up winning the World Tag Team Championships at WrestleMania 2.

Then, in 2009, Ozzy along with Sharon Osbourne hosted a night of “Monday Night Raw,” the premier weekly show of the company.

In a rare appearance, Ozzy accepted the award from his home. He credited WWE, the fans and wrestling in general for helping be a part of his legacy.

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