Sharon Osbourne breaks social media silence after being hospitalised for a ‘medical emergency’


Sharon Osbourne has spoken on video for the first time since being hospitalised for a ‘medical emergency’.

The TV personality, 70, took to Instagram on Monday to share a video message announcing her return to her TalkTV show The Talk on Tuesday night.

She confirmed that she would be back on screens fronting her chat show after she was hospitalised after falling ill while filming the Night of Terror on December 16.

Speaking out: Sharon Osbourne has spoken on video for the first time since being hospitalised for a ‘medical emergency’

Sharon wished her viewers a ‘healthy and happy holidays’ and sent them her love as she appeared to be in good spirits in the video.

She said: ‘Hi everybody at The Talk and everybody who watches The Talk. I want to just let you know I will be back January 3rd. 

‘I’ve missed you all very, very much, and I know I keep saying I’m coming back, but this time it’s for real! 

‘I just want to say to you all have the bestest, healthy, happy holidays and a Happy New Year. Love you all.’

Health: It comes after Sharon (pictured on December 29 shopping on Melrose Place) was hospitalised after falling ill while filming the Night of Terror on December 16

Health: It comes after Sharon (pictured on December 29 shopping on Melrose Place) was hospitalised after falling ill while filming the Night of Terror on December 16

In the clip, Sharon cut a casual figure in a blue plaid jacket with an embroidered collar and styled her locks in her signature rouge bob.

She accentuated her features with a smokey-eye make-up palette as she stood in a lavish living room in her video message.

Sharon’s return to UK’s The Talk comes after she was hospitalised for a ‘medical emergency’ last month after falling ill while filming the Night of Terror TV show with her son Jack.

Jack, 37, later released a statement on his Instagram confirming that his mother was on the mend. 

She's back: The TV personality, 70, took to Instagram on Monday to share a video message announcing her return to her TalkTV show The Talk on Tuesday night

She’s back: The TV personality, 70, took to Instagram on Monday to share a video message announcing her return to her TalkTV show The Talk on Tuesday night

‘OK here is what I’ll say – first things first MY MOTHER WASN’T FILMING A EPISODE OF @ghostadventures. She was filming a new episode of Night of Terror with me. Hahaha.’

‘Now that we have made that clear… She had been given the all clear from her medical team and is now home.

‘Thank you to everyone who has reached out with love and support. As to what happened to my mum – I’m gonna leave it to her to share about when she is ready.’

The day after, on December 20, Sharon then shared her first statement since being hospitalised on December 16.

'Love you all': Sharon wished her viewers a 'healthy and happy holidays' and sent them her love as she appeared to be in jovial spirits in the video

‘Love you all’: Sharon wished her viewers a ‘healthy and happy holidays’ and sent them her love as she appeared to be in jovial spirits in the video

The wife of Ozzy Osbourne said she was ‘back home and doing great’ under a festive holiday photo of her dog posing in front of a Christmas tree.

She also sent a message to her fans writing, ‘thank you for all the ❤️.’

It was reported by TMZ that Sharon had been busy shooting a paranormal TV show in California near the Glen Tavern Inn in Santa Paula when she fell ill suddenly. 

Doctors were called out to the Tavern at around 6.30pm over a ‘medical call’, a Ventura County Department rep reportedly told the publication.

On the mend: It comes after she was hospitalised for a 'medical emergency' last month after falling ill while filming the Night of Terror TV show with her son Jack (pictured in March 2011)

On the mend: It comes after she was hospitalised for a ‘medical emergency’ last month after falling ill while filming the Night of Terror TV show with her son Jack (pictured in March 2011)

Recovering: Jack, 37, later released a statement on his Instagram confirming that his mother was on the mend

Recovering: Jack, 37, later released a statement on his Instagram confirming that his mother was on the mend 

They subsequently transported a patient to Santa Paula Hospital. Sharon was confirmed to be the patient to TMZ by Santa Paula Police Chief Don Aguilar.

Sharon has never previously spoken about any major health concerns.

She was last pictured on December 6 as she met up with son Jack, his fiancée Aree Gearhart and their daughter Maple in Los Angeles where she looked well.

In May 2022, Sharon revealed she caught Covid from her husband Ozzy after she was forced to fly back to Los Angeles to look after him.

She broke down in tears after confirming she was flying back to the United States from London to help her singer husband, 73.

Update: On December 20, Sharon then shared her first statement since being hospitalised on December 16

Update: On December 20, Sharon then shared her first statement since being hospitalised on December 16 

Speaking on her TalkTV show The Talk from LA, Sharon told her co-star Jeremy Kyle that Ozzy was fine but she and daughter Kelly have sadly been struck down with the virus.

She said: ‘He’s doing much better thank you. His temperature is now back to normal his coughing has stopped, he’s doing much better.

‘But I’ve got some news to share. My daughter Kelly has it, I have it and the entire household has it now.’

Sharon was previously said to be ‘beside herself with worry’ after Ozzy contracted Covid-19.

Unwell: It was reported by TMZ that Sharon had been busy shooting a paranormal TV show in California near the Glen Tavern Inn in Santa Paula when she fell ill suddenly

Unwell: It was reported by TMZ that Sharon had been busy shooting a paranormal TV show in California near the Glen Tavern Inn in Santa Paula when she fell ill suddenly 

It was claimed Sharon was concerned about Ozzy as he became ‘paranoid’ about getting Covid after enduring a string of health problems in recent years.

The former Black Sabbath star, who has Parkinson’s disease, was said to have been cleaning takeaway deliveries with anti-bacterial spray in a bid to prevent himself from catching Covid.

A source told The Mirror: ‘Ozzy was badly paranoid about getting Covid because of everything that he has been through. Now he’s got it, he’s panicked and feeling awful.

‘He heard about Covid spreading on surfaces and got so paranoid that he got all takeaway deliveries coming into the house sprayed outside with anti-bacterial treatments.’

Support: In May 2022, Sharon revealed she caught Covid from her husband Ozzy after she was forced to fly back to Los Angeles to look after him

Support: In May 2022, Sharon revealed she caught Covid from her husband Ozzy after she was forced to fly back to Los Angeles to look after him 

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