Sharon Osbourne opened up about her “volatile” relationship with Ozzy Osbourne in an interview published Tuesday.
The interview focused on an upcoming biopic that will explore the relationship between Sharon, 68, and Ozzy, 72.
Sharon and Ozzy first met when the TV host was just 18. The couple were first introduced by Sharon’s father, who led Ozzy’s band Black Sabbath at the time.
“Our fights were legendary,” Osbourne told DailyMailTV. “We were fighting each other. It stopped, it must be, 20 years ago, but we had a good race.”
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Despite the tumultuous relationship they shared, Sharon called the biopic a “love story” during the interview.
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“It’s a movie about Ozzy and my life, how we got together early on and our volatile relationship,” Sharon said. “All the fights, all the makeup, all the fights, all the arrests, everything. And it’s a love story.”
“People are going to watch him go, ‘It’s not allowed. They shouldn’t behave that way and film it,” she added. “Corn [we’re] only tell the truth. Some people have volatile relationships and ours was very volatile. “
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The former host of “The View” previously revealed that Ozzy had previously attempted to kill her.
Sharon also provided an update on the health of Ozzy, who revealed his Parkinson’s diagnosis last year, saying “he’s fine, he’s in control.” She also shared that Ozzy was going to undergo major surgery to help correct neck and spine problems after a fall in 2019, the outlet reported.
The couple married in 1982 and have three grown children together.