"I went to one hospital, they took me to another hospital and I did every test over two days and nobody knows why," Sharon Osbourne shared.
According to Mediaite, Sharon Osbourne was filming an episode of a paranormal investigative program, Ghost Adventures when she passed out. She was taken to Santa Paula Hospital, according to NY Post. This was termed an unspecified medical emergency. She was soon back home and was doing great. Don Aguilar, the police chief in Santa Paula, California, verified that emergency personnel arrived at the scene at about 6.30 pm and took Sharon to a nearby hospital.
After recovering and getting back home Sharon is still unaware of why she fainted. She said on UK's The Talk Tuesday, as reported by PEOPLE, "I wish I could but I can't [tell you why]. It was the weirdest thing—I was doing some filming and suddenly they tell me that I [passed out] for 20 minutes. I was in the hospital. I went to one hospital, they took me to another hospital and I did every test over two days and nobody knows why."
On December 20th, Sharon shared an Instagram photo and reassured her fans in the caption, "Back home and doing great! Thank you."
On December 18, her son Jack Osbourne also shared an update, "She has been given the all-clear from her medical team and is now home. Thank you to everyone who has reached out with love and support." He added, "As to what happened to my mum — I'm gonna leave it to her to share about when she is ready," People reported.
A series of medical emergencies have disturbed the Osbourne family recently. Sharon tested positive for COVID-19 in May 2022, around this time her daughter Kelly Osbourne and husband Ozzy Osbourne also contracted the virus. Sharon contracted the virus in December 2020 as well and she was hospitalized at the time. Sharon had also revealed that Ozzy was diagnosed with Parkinson's called PRKN2 and reassured that the diagnosis “was not a death sentence by any stretch of the imagination,” but he had good and bad days, according to GMA.
The Osbourne family will make another big change in their life, PEOPLE reported. They will shift back to the UK. They will return to the UK in February 2023 after spending more than two decades in Los Angeles. The return was planned due to the increasing gun violence and atmosphere of fear in America. Ozzy also discussed this with The Observer, "everything's f***ing ridiculous there. I'm fed up with people getting killed every day."
The Osbournes, their reality TV program will also return, once the family is back in the UK. As per The Herald, BBC announced that they will be following the family when they relocate to Buckinghamshire from Los Angeles. The program will give "funny, moving, and honest insight" into the family and their new life in the UK. The main focus of the program will be Sharon and her husband, Ozzy.
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