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Ozzy will undergo a major surgery that will define the rest of his life

His wife, Sharon Osbourne, told TalkTV that Ozzy Osbourne will have major surgery that will “really define the rest of her life”. She said she is traveling to Los Angeles to support her husband of 73 years, who for years has struggled with movement problems and Parkinson’s disease.

Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne in Beverly Hills on September 2, 2015.

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Sharon Osbourne has not revealed any other details about the surgery, but Ozzy recently said that she will have neck surgery. “I can’t walk properly these days,” he told Classic Rock magazine in May. “I go to physical therapy every morning. I’m a little better, but not as much as I’d like to be able to get going again.”

Ozzy was injured in a quadruple crash in 2003, then fell in 2019 and had to have 15 screws inserted into his spine. He said he had a nerve injury as a result of the surgery and announced in 2020 that he had Parkinson’s disease. “I am not dying of Parkinson’s disease. I have lived with this most of my life,” he said.

In 2019, during his recovery, he released the album Ordinary Man, which For the former Black Sabbath singer The album became the highest-performing single in the United Kingdom and the United States, ranking third in both countries.

In February 2020, she canceled her North American tour to focus on her treatments. (guardian)

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