VH1 is reportedly nearing a deal to bring back 'The Osbournes' to the airwaves.
Sharon Osbourne revealed during an appearance on the U.K. TV show 'Loose Women' that her family will take part in a limited-run revival of 'The Osbournes.'
Over the weekend, Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne talked about their son Jack's struggle at a Rock Against MS Foundation event.
This week on 'The Talk,' Sharon Osbourne chose to share a never-before-heard tale that not even her children knew.
A valet pointed the mistake out to Sharon Osbourne and, of course, hilarity ensued.
The Osbournes are spending their time in Los Angeles these days, as the family's U.K. home is currently undergoing some renovations after some significant flood damage.
While one new feud ignited over Grammy weekend between Sharon Osbourne and fellow music manager Jordan Feldstein, some other simmering bad feelings were officially squashed as the Osbournes made nice with pop star Lady Gaga. In fact, the pop star told Ozzy Osbourne that she used to strip to Black Sabbath's music!
It's no secret that both Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne have had some issues with Sharon's side of the family. Sharon's father Don Arden, who managed Black Sabbath early in the band's career, was apparently involved in shady business practices for many years. That, along with personal problems, led to an estrangement between Don and Sharon which lasted two decades. The family drama hasn't stopped there, however, as evidenced in personal Facebook posts from Ozzy and Sharon directed at Sharon's brother David Levy.
Rock legend Lita Ford has been a professional musician since the age of 16, when she became a part of the Runaways. Having dedicated nearly four decades to the music business, anyone would have a phenomenal stockpile of crazy stories, and Lita Ford told us one of her favorites during an exclusive video interview.