Love her or hate her, but Sharon Osbourne is refreshingly honest!
Ozzy Osbourne’s significant other revealed she had cosmetic surgery of her private area to tighten it up! Check out her startling admission on the “Graham Norton Show”.
The 61-year-old “X Factor” judge gave a little TMI on the talk show, while discussing her various cosmetic surgery procedures.
She described the procedure, known as labiaplasty, as “just excruciating”, adding “having it tightened was the worst, it hurt a lot.”
She was asked if all the pain was worth it, replying, “My husband thinks so. It’s back the way God wanted it to be.”
Comedian Jo Brand, who was also appearing as a guest on the show, jokingly stated, “I did mine at home with a Singer sewing machine.”
Sharon Osbourne has previously talked about her numerous cosmetic procedures, writing in her recent autobiography, “There’s not much I haven’t had tweaked, stretched, peeled, lazered, veneered, enhanced or removed altogether.”
Sharon insists she won’t be having any more cosmetic surgery. She explained, “There are two main reasons. My family – and Ozzy especially – are terrified about me going under a general anesthetic unless I absolutely have to. There’s only so much the human body can take — and mine does not need any more stress placed on it in my endless pursuit of youth. Second, my cancer, mastectomy and – more importantly – Jack’s illness when he was recently diagnosed with multiple sclerosis put everything into perspective for me. When you witness your own or your child’s body having to fight a genuine threat, CHOOSING to put it through the mill for the purposes of vanity seems beyond idiotic. Looking back now, I am genuinely disturbed by how many times I have been under the surgeon’s knife in pursuit of a physical “perfection” that does not exist.”
In her interview with Graham Norton, alongside hottie Colin Farrell, Sharon talked about her marital problems with Ozzy.
She said, “We are fine now. When you’ve known someone 40 years a lot happens. It all fell apart when he relapsed. It was the combination of drugs and drink and it was like, ‘No, not again’, so I moved out.
“We are back together and it is all down to him, he is on the 12 steps and he is clean and sober. He stopped because he knows what he was going to lose, not just me but everything. He says we’re like bread and butter. We fit together so perfectly. We are a team and the hardest thing I ever had to do was walk away.”
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