Sharon Osbourne was apparently filming an episode of the paranormal investigative program 'Ghost Adventures' at The Glen Tavern Inn when she experienced an "unspecified medical emergency."
Following an undisclosed medical crisis, while filming an episode of her son Jack's TV show, Sharon Osbourne was on the mend by Saturday night. An instalment of Jack's Night of Terror show was being filmed when the former The Talk co-host became unwell and was taken to Santa Paula Hospital, according to NY Post. By Saturday night, Sharon's condition looked to be stable. “She has been given the all clear from her medical team and is now home,” Jack Osbourne said in an Instagram story. “As to what happened to my mum — I’m gonna leave it to her to share about when she is ready.”
As per Mediaite, Sharon Osbourne was apparently filming an episode of the paranormal investigative programme Ghost Adventures at The Glen Tavern Inn when she experienced an "unspecified medical emergency." Don Aguilar, the police chief in Santa Paula, California, verified to various media sources that emergency personnel arrived at the scene at about 6:30 p.m. and took Sharon Osbourne to a nearby hospital. The Glen Tavern Inn has been featured in episodes of the Travel Channel's Ghost Adventures and The Dead Files, two additional paranormal reality TV programmes. The Inn is a favourite among enthusiasts of ghost tourism and is usually included as one of America's most "haunted" inns.
The news follows the Osbourne family's announcement that they will be returning to the UK. The Osbournes, their beloved reality television programme, will return once the family moves. As per The Herald, BBC announced that they will be following the family when they relocate back to Buckinghamshire from Los Angeles, where they had previously lived. The programme will provide viewers with a "funny, moving, and honest insight" into the family and their new life in the UK. The main focus of the programme will be Ozzy and Sharon, who reportedly plan to reoccupy their Grade II-listed house in Buckinghamshire.
PEOPLE reports, Ozzy and Sharon, will return to the UK in February 2023 after spending more than two decades in Los Angeles, because of the volatile political climate and all-too-common gun violence in the U.S. "Everything's f---ing ridiculous there. I'm fed up with people getting killed every day," Ozzy told The Observer. However, the Osbourne family don't appear to believe Ozzy's musical career is over. Ozzy told The Observer he will try to tour once more after his next album, Patient Number 9, so the pair is having their Buckinghamshire house renovated with a pool and a music studio in time for their return to England. "I'll give it the best shot I can for another tour. You have not seen the end of Ozzy Osbourne, I promise you," he said. "If I have to go up there and die on the first song, I'll still be back the next day."
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