In a recent appearance on the daytime TV show, ‘The Talk,’ Black Sabbath legend Ozzy Osbourne’s wife, Sharon Osbourne has shared her thoughts about her husband’s decision that canceled the upcoming tour.
On January 22, Ozzy revealed that he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in his latest interview with ‘Good Morning America.’
If you may remember, The Prince of Darkness announced that he had canceled his 2020 North America tour named ‘No More Tours 2,’ which is scheduled to start in May, to continue treatment for Parkinson’s disease.
Here’s what Sharon Osbourne stated:
“We spoke to the doctor who Ozzy is going to see in Switzerland. And he looked at Ozzy’s itinerary, and he said, ‘You know you’re gonna be here a while.’
And we’re, like, Yeah, two weeks. That’s fine.’ And he’s, like, ‘No. Maybe up to eight.’ So, I’m, like, okay, ‘Cancel that. See ya.'”
“The treatment that he has builds up and builds up. He can’t just do it and leave. So we have to stay there a while.”
Sharon also explained how the fans reacted to Ozzy’s decision. She said:
“I went online and I thought, ‘Oh, lord. He’s gonna get so much flak for doing this again and again and again. And those fans are behind him.”
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