Sharon Osbourne Hospitalized in California: Unspecified, but Not Life-Threatening, Medical Emergency

Sharon Osbourne arrives at the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards on Sept. 22, 2019, in Los Angele
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Dec. 17 (UPI) — Former The Talk co-host Sharon Osbourne has been hospitalized in California after falling ill.

NBC News confirmed the 70-year-old TV personality suffered an unspecified, but not life-threatening, medical emergency.

“I can confirm that we went to the Glen Tavern Inn in Santa Paula at 6:30 on Friday afternoon and that we transported a patient to Santa Paula hospital,” a Ventura County Fire Department representative told E! News Saturday.

TMZ said Osbourne had been working on an unnamed show at the inn when she got sick.

Her condition was unknown Saturday.

Neither Osbourne nor her publicist have publicly commented on her status.

Osbourne is the wife of heavy metal legend Ozzy Osbourne. She has also starred in the TV series The Osbournes, The X-Factor, The Celebrity Apprentice, and America’s Got Talent.

TMZ posted an update Saturday:

Jack Osbourne has provided an encouraging update on the status of his mom’s health, saying she’s been released from the hospital and is now back home after getting the all-clear.

He also says she was with him filming a new episode of “Night of Terror,” going on to thank everyone who sent their well-wishes and prayers. JO also says he’s going to let Sharon share what exactly happened to her in her own time and on her own terms.


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