Ozzy Osbourne is feeling better these days. The “Prince of Darkness” gave an update on his situation Wednesday (17) during a segment on his wife Sharon’s daytime panel talk show, The Talk.
Asked by Marie Osmond how he and Sharon are doing in quarantine, Osbourne (who was joined by Sharon and daughter Kelly) told the show’s panelists, “It’s been good, actually. I’ve been recovering from a surgery I had last year. So I’ve never been at home this long in my whole career. So I’ve had a chance to see my wife’s side of the fence more than me being on the road. So it’s had its moments, I must confess.”
Panelist Carrie Ann Inaba followed up by asking how he’s feeling. To that he responded, “I’m getting better. It’s a slow process, but I’m getting there slowly but surely.”
Video of the brief interview can be seen below:
Osbourne had a tumultuous 2019 that included a bout of pneumonia and a fall that aggravated a 2003 ATV accident. Those forced him to push back his No More Tours 2 world tour to 2020. Earlier this year, Osbourne revealed that he had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease and was seeking treatment in Switzerland, which pushed touring back even further (though the Switzerland trip was also shelved, this time due to COVID-19).
In February, Osbourne released his twelfth solo studio album, Ordinary Man. It is his first new album in more than a decade.