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Sharon Osbourne Reveals She ‘Made it Just in Time’ to ‘The Talk’ Interview

by Halle Ames
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In a tweet from this morning, Sharon Osbourne shares a clip of her sneaking onto the set of the CBS talk show, “The Talk.”

We are all human. We run late for things. TV host Sharon Osbourne is no different as cameras caught her was running late for her own talk show. 

The 68-year-old London native shared the video for her more than 2.3 million followers. As the show started its opening intro, Osbourne is seen quickly scurrying onto the set to take her spot in the middle chair of the interview set. She and her co-hosts Carrie Ann Inaba, Sheryle Underwood, and Eve Jeffers Cooper all share in a laugh. 

Osbourne shares a simple caption, saying, “Made it just in time! @TheTalkCBS.”

Sharon Osbourne

The show is on its 10th season and has received some recognition in its years. The Emmys gave “The Talk” an award for the best daytime winning talk show. In addition, the show is hosted by an all-female cast as they cover “topical events and contemporary issues.”

Osbourne also won an Emmy for Outstanding Entertainment Daytime Talk Show Hosts in 2017. 

Sharon married Ozzy Osbourne in 1982, and they had three children together, Kelly, Jack, and Aimee. She had an interest in her husband’s career and played a significant role as his manager. Her career in the music industry lasted more than 40 years, where she managed other artists like Black Sabbath, Electric Light Orchestra, Smashing Pumpkins, Motorhead, and Slade. According to CBS, Osbourne also created and produced ‘Ozzfest,’ which is known for being the largest hard rock touring festival in America.

Prior to “The Talk,” Sharon created the reality series The Osbournes in 2002. The show followed the life of the singer’s family. The show was a hit and won an Emmy for Best Reality Show in 2002. 

Sharon also gives back by creating a foundation that is close to her heart. After surviving colon cancer, she started the Sharon Osbourne Colon Cancer Foundation, which works with the Cedars Sinai Medical Center.