Sharon Osbourne recently uploaded a photo of herself to social media which showed the talk show host hooked up to an IV drip, as she battles COVID-19.
The 69-year-old wife and manager of Ozzy Osbourne captioned the pic: “f**k Covid”, while holding up a peace sign.
Sharon contracted COVID-19 after flying back to Los Angeles to be with Ozzy, who had been diagnosed with the disease while she was still in the U.K.
Speaking to her co-star Jeremy Kyle on Monday’s (May 2) episode of “The Talk UK”, she said about Ozzy: “He’s doing much better. His temperature is now back to normal; his coughing has stopped. He’s doing much better.’
When Jeremy asked if it was “just an overreaction” from Ozzy, Sharon replied “a little bit,” before adding, “But I’ve got some news to share. My daughter Kelly has it, I have it and the entire household has it now.”
When asked if Ozzy will be looking after her while she’s sick, Sharon added: “Maybe. We’ll see. I feel okay, actually.”
Sharon was previously diagnosed with COVID-19 back in December 2020. At the time, she said she was hospitalized due to the virus for a brief period and was isolating away from Ozzy, who had, at that time, tested negative.