Sharon Osbourne Shows Off Dog Elvis’ Adorable Bed ‘Upgrade’ on Set of ‘The Talk’

by Emily Morgan
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It’s good to be the King— that is if you’re Sharon Osbourne’s dog, rightfully named Elvis.

Sharon Osbourne’s fans couldn’t contain their excitement when Osbourne posted that she’d updated her dog’s bed on the set of “The Talk.”

On Thursday, the fiery redhead posted a pic to her Twitter account. Osbourne sits in her leather chair in the snap while her pup, Elvis, rests alongside her in his new blue velvet bed. The lucky dog even has his name monogrammed on the bed.

Sharon Osbourne’s Love For Animals

Osbourne, a well-known animal-lover, has nine dogs and two cats. Elvis, the newest member of the pack, is a sweet-faced Siberian Husky who has one blue and one brown eye. The genetic mutation called heterochromia is common in the breed.

In addition to Elvis, their furry family members currently included Pomeranians, Pomskies (Pomeranian and Siberian Husky mixes), a Shih-Tzu, a Yorkie mix, and a Maltese mix.

She’s even devoted an entire webpage to her dogs, which showcases her pets with their own glamour shots.

When asked what her pets taught her about life, and what they know about her that her husband doesn’t, she had a clever response.

“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.”

Osbourne Clan Returns To Television

As for the humans in the Osbourne clan, fans can catch them in their new show on the Travel Channel called “The Osbournes Want to Believe.” While it’s a left turn from their original reality series, “The Osbournes,” in this series, they explore all things paranormal while giving us their hilarious family banter.

The show debuted in August 2020 and stars Ozzy, Sharon, and their son, Jack Osbourne. According to Variety, it was primarily filmed in their home due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Their 34-year-old son Jack shows his parents, Ozzy and Sharon, footage of paranormal activity. The shoe explores a wide variety of topics such as Bigfoot, UFOs, poltergeists, creepy dolls, and ghostly apparitions.

“We’re skeptical believers,” the 71-year-old “Prince of Darkness” said. “Some of it is hokey, but some of the stuff he showed us, we’re both baffled by it.”

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