Sharon Osbourne Breaks Her Silence on Ozzy Split, Reveals She's Moved Out: 'I Need Time To Think'
As she returned to "The Talk," Sharon says she's not sure if her marriage can be saved.
Sharon Osbourne broke her silence Tuesday about reports that her husband, Ozzy, cheated on her.
She sipped from a glass of lemonade as she appeared on The Talk, a nod to Beyonce’s new album "Lemonade," in which the singer apparently refers to her own husband's infidelity.
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As she spoke candidly, Sharon admitted to kicking her rocker husband out of their house after the cheating rumors surfaced. But she said he is back in the house and she has since left.
“It is right for me, because honestly, at this point today, I have no idea what I am going to be doing with the rest of my life,” the 63-year-old said. “I don’t know where I am going. I don’t know who I am going with. I just need time to think.”
She told her co-hosts she could not keep living the way she has and needs a change.
Sharon said she and Ozzy are still speaking but she is “not with him.”
“I love Ozzy dearly. He has given me an unbelievable life. He has given me three gorgeous children. I love him,” she said.
But she said she doesn't know if the marriage will survive because “I don’t know what I want.”
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She thanked her co-hosts for their messages of love and support, saying she felt “empowered."
Sharon was out on Monday, apparently too distraught after published reports claimed her 67-year-old husband had an affair with 45-year-old hair stylist, Michelle Pugh.
A defiant Sharon told The Talk audience: “I am not going to cry about anything because there is nothing to cry about.”
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