Ozzy Osbourne Says He ‘Sometimes Doesn’t Love’ His Wife Sharon
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Ozzy’s four-year affair with Michelle Pugh came to light in 2016, leading to a temporary split from Sharon, who publicly acknowledged their separation, expressing her struggle at the time.
After a five month hiatus, the band reunited. In 2019, Ozzy praised Sharon as a “God” for forgiving him, acknowledging his mistakes, and addressing sex addiction through “intense therapy.”
Ozzy Osbourne Says He ‘Sometimes Doesn’t Love’ Sharon Osbourne
During a conversation on “The Osbourne’s Podcast,” Ozzy got candid about his enduring marriage to Sharon, calling the TV personality his “soulmate.” The musician candidly expressed his admiration for his wife but noted that “sometimes” he does not love her.
Ozzy said, “Sharon is like my soulmate, sometimes I love her, sometimes I don’t love her, sometimes I’m angry with her, sometimes I’m crazy about her, sometimes I’m very jealous of her, sometimes I wanna f— kill her.”
He continued, “But through it all, at the end of the day, I love her more than anything in the world. Put it this way: I couldn’t live without her; I don’t wanna live without her. And my love for her now is bigger than it ever has been.”
The rockstar’s profession of love for Sharon comes after she opened up about her attempted suicide in 2016 upon discovering her husband Ozzy’s four-year affair with celebrity hairdresser Michelle Pugh after she scoured through his emails.
Sharon Osbourne Attempted To Overdose After Her Husband’s Affair
Detailing the emotional turmoil of the heartbreak on her “Cut The Crap” show last week, Sharon admitted that she attempted to overdose after learning of the affair.
She said, “He always, always had groupies and I was so used to that, But when he knows the name of the person, where they live and where they work… it is a whole different thing as you are emotionally invested. I took, I don’t know how many pills.”
Describing the dark moment, Sharon shared that she reasoned that her grown children could care for themselves and wouldn’t need her if she had committed suicide.
“I just thought, ‘My kids are older, they are fine and can take care of themselves.’ So I took an overdose and locked myself in the bedroom. The maid tried to come in to clean the room and saw me,” Sharon recalled, per Daily Mail.
Ozzy had a secret affair with Michelle Pugh between 2012 and 2016, and the affair was made public in May 2016. This led to a brief split from Sharon. At the time, an anonymous source revealed to The Sun that: “Sharon went ballistic with Ozzy and accused him of having the affair.”
Sharon Osbourne took back Ozzy Osborne after his affair
Upon discovering Ozzy’s infidelity, Sharon publicly acknowledged their split on her former talk show, “The Talk,” in 2016.
Sharon said at the time: “I’m 63 years of age, and I can’t keep living like this… I’ve been avoiding looking at any pictures or reading anything. I know what’s going on.”
She added: “I don’t need to read about or see about it. It’s like putting salt in a wound. I don’t need to… He’s back, and now I’m out of the house.”
The Hollywood power couple reconciled despite the turmoil after a five month separation. Ozzy referred to the affair as a “bump in the road” during an interview on “Good Morning America.”
On the other hand, Sharon revealed on “The Talk” that she forgave her husband, explaining: “I forgive. It’s going to take a long time to trust, but we’ve been together 36 years, 34 of marriage … I just can’t think of my life without him.”
Ozzy Osborne Blames Affair On ‘S– Addiction’
In an interview conducted in 2017, The TelegraphSharon revealed that Ozzy cheated her with multiple women. She revealed: “There were six of them: some Russian teenager, then a masseuse in England, our masseuse out here, and then our cook.”
Ozzy later expressed deep appreciation for Sharon, referring to her as a “god” for reconciling with him post-affair. In a 2019 Interview, he said: “Sharon and I have never been as close as we are now. It’s great. Sharon has been a god.”
The “Patient Number 9” hitmaker admitted to making mistakes, adding: “We all make mistakes. I’m lucky she took me back. Sometimes I sit there and go, ‘What the f— was I thinking?’ I won’t understand why it happened until the day I die.”
Reflecting on his actions, he confessed to grappling with the consequences of his choices and attributed the affair to his alleged sex addiction, which he addressed through “intense therapy.”