X Factor’s Sharon Osbourne shares update after hospitalization

Sharon Osbourne shared a health update with her fans after she was hospitalized last week.

The presenter and the former x factor The judge went bad on the set of her son Jack’s new reality TV show Jack Osborne’s Fright Night On December 16th. She was Soon he was admitted to the hospital for treatment.

“Homecoming, great job! Thank you for all [red heart emoji],” Osbourne wrote on her Instagram page, along with a photo of her decorated Christmas tree and one of her dogs, Husky Elvis.

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Jack was the first to share more about his mother’s condition last Saturday, confirming that she was released from the hospital a day later.

“She got clearance from her medical team and is now home. Thank you to everyone who has reached out with love and support,” he wrote on Instagram Stories.

He added, “As for what happened to my mum – I’ll leave it to her to talk about it when she’s ready.”

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Osbourne, who is married to Black Sabbath musician Ozzy Osbourne, was a former co-host. the talk.

Her tenure on the show ended after a discussion about race with her former co-anchor Sheryl Underwood. The show was taken off the air while an investigation took place, but Osborne decided to quit and was subsequently replaced by Jerry O’Connell.

In other Osbournes news, MTV’s The Osborne It is revived on the BBC to mark the gang’s return to the UK.

Like the original show, Sharon, Ozzy, and their children Jack and Kelly are expected to follow, though it’s not clear if daughter Amy (who chose to be off-screen during The Osborne) will be included.

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