Sharon Osbourne has made a heartbreaking coronavirus announcement and it's left fans shocked. Keep scrolling to find out exactly what's happening in the Osbourne household...
It's been a difficult year for the Osbourne family...
via: GettyAnd things seem to be getting harder for them as Sharon recently revealed in a video message.
We all know Sharon Osbourne is a woman of many talents.
via: GettyOriginally born in London, England, 1952, Sharon Osbourne has lived one hell of a life, and has become somewhat of a household name in the process.
She was thrown head first into the music industry.
via: GettyBeing the daughter of the notorious music manager, Don Arden, Sharon grew up around rock stars and musicians which, as a result, enabled her to quickly move up the business ladder herself.
But, it wasn't until the 1970's when her life would really take a turn...
via: GettyIn 1976, Arden started managing an up-and-coming heavy metal band from the U.K... Black Sabbath.
This was when Sharon met Ozzy.
via: GettyThe eccentric lead singer of the iconic band caught Sharon's eye, and the pair were quick to hit it off.
After nearly a decade of on-and-off dating, they officially tied the knot in 1982...
via: GettyAnd went on to have 3 children together, Aimee, Kelly, and Jack.
However, being married to the Prince of Darkness wasn't all fun and games.After he was kicked out of Black Sabbath, Sharon had become Ozzy's manager - But this didn't mean the pair weren't shy of drama. They frequently, and publicly, struggled with substance abuse and alcoholism, and would engage in intense and violent fights.
But, always the business woman...
via: GettySharon decided to cash in on her rather bizarre family set up, and collaborated with MTV to start the reality TV show, The Osbournes, in 2002.
And The Osbournes was nothing short of iconic.Their reality show was an instant hit, and gave the world an insight into the remarkably unconventional family life of the Osbournes.
But, among other things, it also put Sharon on the map.After the show's triumph, Sharon was no longer known as just "the wife of Ozzy". Her charisma and wicked sense of humor was evident throughout the series, and we all fell completely in love with her for it.
Following the success of the show, Sharon became a celebrity in her own right.
via: GettyIn 2007, Sharon starred as a judge on America's Got Talent, and the British singing show, The X Factor.
And, since 2010...
via: GettySharon has also been a panelist on The Talk, where she interviews and chats with an array of different celebrities.
So, yeah. The woman's done it all.
via: GettyIt's undeniable that Sharon has experienced both major highs and major lows.
But she doesn't let that stop her from being the best she can be.
via: GettyHowever, as with everyone else, the coronavirus pandemic has changed things up completely for her and she recently revealed some heartbreaking news that has left us all shocked.
Fans rushed to her social media to leave her kind messages in the hopes that it will help her through this tough time.
In a recent episode of The Talk, Sharon was forced to appear via a video feed...
via: GettyThe sixty-seven-year-old told her fellow talk show co-hosts that she and her family are now starting a quarantining process after their granddaughter, Minnie, tested positive for the virus.
Minnie is only 3-years-old.
via: InstagramEveryone that has been in contact with the child has been notified and will undergo testing, but for now, Sharon has comfirmed that everyone is in "good health."
In her own words, she explained the situation:
via: Instagram"I was meant to be in the studio, I was so looking forward to it. And then, unfortunately, one of my granddaughters has come down with COVID. She's okay, she's doing good. I don't have it."
She continued, addressing her friends on the show:
via: Instagram"Oh my Lord, I want to see you guys so bad," she said. "I've got one more week left of quarantining and then I'm out. And as I say, I don't have it. I keep testing negative, but, you know, you have to be safe."