Sharon Osbourne Reveals New Details for Biopic About Early Days with Ozzy Osbourne

by Shelby Scott
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Among preparations for Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne’s upcoming biopic, the 68-year-old television personality revealed all the good, bad, and ugly parts of hers and the metal rocker’s marriage over the years. She promised the biopic remains raw, truthful, and unsoftened. However, she also insists the couple’s story is indeed a love story.

As far as hers and Ozzy’s biopic goes, she states it will feature, “All the fights, all the makeups, all the fights, all the arrests, all the everything. And it’s a love story.”

While most of us may shy from a relationship so rocky and untethered, both Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne have persisted in their relationship, growing past those incredibly “volatile” stages of their relationship.

Sharon also addressed potential unrest which may result from the couple’s biopic.

“People are going to watch it [and] go, ‘This isn’t allowed. They shouldn’t behave that way and put it on film,'” she said. “But [we’re] only talking the truth,” Osbourne insisted. “Some people have volatile relationships and ours was very volatile.”

Her claim that people may push back against the publicity the couple’s intense relationship receives in the film, however, does not deter her from her goal to publicize it. Further, Sharon has remained transparent about many other aspects of her and her husband’s life. Many of which may feature in the biopic.

According to the Daily Mail, Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne briefly split in 2016 following accusations that the legendary rockstar had cheated on his wife. He previously admitted he’d broken Sharon’s heart multiple times. Now, however, the pair seems to get along smoothly.

Sharon Osbourne Refuses a Return to Television

Sharon Osbourne and her famous husband remain in high profile due to their transparency about relationships, health history, and previous struggles. Additionally, the former TV personality has outright opposed a return to TV.

During her interview with the Daily Mail, Osbourne shared her “dramatic exit” from “The Talk” following 11 seasons on the air. She detailed her side of the story with former co-host Sheryl Underwood and an onscreen disagreement that took place.

Evidently, in response to the cohost’s actions, Osbourne basically told her, “go f–k yourself.”

This led to her removal from the show. “I felt totally betrayed,” the star said, by both her cohosts and “The Talk” executives. “I felt used, I felt like an old shoe,” Osbourne said.

The incident apparently prompted death threats made against her and her family. She was eventually forced to hire security. During her interview, Sharon further revealed that she wouldn’t let the humiliation from her forced leave take her out. “You got to evolve,” she insisted.

She outright refused television as she said, “I’m not going to go on another TV show that’s talk because I know right now it’s not a safe place to be…I don’t want to put myself up for that grief.”

Instead, the news outlet said Sharon has set her sights on new endeavors. In addition to the upcoming biopic, she has plans for a podcast and a book, as well as some new shows for television.

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