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Ozzy Osbourne admits 'my body is weak' as he announces health has ended his touring days
Ozzy Osbourne, 74, has shared one of the "hardest things" he has ever had to do as he announced that he will no longer be touring with Black Sabbath.The legendary singer took to Twitter to share a lengthy statement with his upset fans.Ozzy shared a statement in view of his 5.5 million Twitter followers with the caption: "This is probably one of the hardest things I've ever had to share with my loyal fans..."The statement read: "As you all know, four years ago, this month, I had a major accident, where I damaged my spine."My one and only purpose during this time has been to get back on stage. My singing voice is fine."However, after three operations, stem cell treatments, endless physical therapy sessions, and most recently groundbreaking Cynbernics (HAL) Treatment, my body is still physically weak."I am honestly humbled by the way you've all patiently held onto your tickets for all this time, but in all good conscience, I have now come to the realisation that I'm not physically capable of doing my upcoming European/UK tour dates, as I know I couldn't deal with the travel required."Believe me when I say that the thought of disappointing my fans really F**KS ME UP, more than you'll ever know."Never would I have imagined that my touring days would have ended this way?"My team is currently coming up with ideas for where I will be able to perform without having to travel from city to city and country to country."The statement continued: "I want to thank my family...
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Ozzy Osbourne vows to perform on tour amid devastating health issues: ‘Even if I have to be nailed to a board and wheeled on’
Ozzy Osbourne has shared his determination to return to the stage after a series of devastating health issues.The Black Sabbath frontman, who has been living with Parkinson’s disease for nearly two decades, was forced to take time out of the spotlight due to a string of difficulties.He also underwent multiple operations after falling in 2019 and has been recovering from a ‘nightmare’ surgery ever since.After taking to the stage at the Commonwealth Games closing ceremony, the 73-year-old has set his sights on performing in front of a crowd once again with his brand new album.‘I am determined to get back on stage even if I have to be nailed to a board and wheeled on,’ he vowed in a new interview. ‘Survival is my legacy.’Ozzy has faced huge health issues over recent years and recalled the moment he fell while making his way to the bathroom, which impacted old injuries to his neck and back from an accident 16 years prior.He underwent surgery that ‘really messed me up’ soon after, and has been back under the knife twice since, with Sharon previously explaining that his most recent procedure could ‘determine the rest of his life’.Despite his difficulties, the musician dazzled the crowds during his surprise Commonwealth Games set last month.‘I’ve never been this laid up,’ he continued to People Magazine.
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Ozzy Osbourne’s ‘sensational’ surprise performance at Commonwealth Games stuns fans after star’s health issues
Ozzy Osbourne made a surprise appearance onstage in his home city of Birmingham to close out the 2022 Commonwealth Games and was met with a rapturous reception.The Aston-born musician, 73, was joined by members of his band Black Sabbath, including guitarist Tony Iommi, drummer Tommy Clufetos and bassist Adam Wakeman for the explosive performance.Fireworks were set off and crowds cheered as they launched into their hit song Paranoid as part of a celebration of the musical heritage of the West Midlands, during which the singer proudly proclaimed: ‘Birmingham forever!’The ceremony, held at the Alexander Stadium in Birmingham, also saw performances from artists including UB40, Beverley Knight, Dexys Midnight Runners, Goldie, The Selecter, Jorja Smith and Laura Mvula, giving a special Peaky Binders-themed performance.However, fans were most enthralled by Ozzy’s fiery performance and flawless vocals, considering the health battles he has fought of late.The metal icon, who has Parkinson’s disease, had been keeping a low profile recently after undergoing an operation in June that would ‘determine his life’, but was spotted in a rare appearance in London on Friday alongside his wife Sharon and daughter Kelly.What a way to send off #B2022 ð¤©ð And what a headline performance from Ozzy Osbourne!What was your favourite part? #BBCCWGThe 73-year-old recently said that it was a ‘slow climb back’ after the surgery.However, none of that slowness seemed to be in evidence as he lead Black Sabbath in a rousing performance.‘Great to see Ozzy looking and singing so well after recent health scares,’ enthused one fan, adding: ‘Still holding onto those tickets for next year’s UK tour.’‘No way is Ozzy Osbourne at the commonwealth games what a
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Ozzy Osbourne doesn’t plan on slowing down as he heads to recording studio despite recent health concerns
Ozzy Osbourne is refusing to be defeated by his recent health troubles and is back in the recording studio.The notorious headbanger contracted Covid-19 earlier this month, with talk show host wife Sharon Osbourne, 69, later also testing positive after flying home to care for him.The Black Sabbath rocker, 73, also has Parkinson’s disease and continues to battle other medical issues after injuries from a 2003 quad bike accident were aggravated when he fell at home in America in 2019.However, he remains determined to keep making music and wants to get back on stage too.The Rock legend was pictured visiting Andrew Watt’s music studio in Beverly Hills this weekend, appearing frail but using a walking stick to get around.Ozzy – who has shared that he struggles to walk properly nowadays – walked alongside a friend and wore a long red coat and his signature sunglasses.The musician last released a song in January 2020 in collaboration with Sir Elton John. It was the third single from his album Under the Graveyard, with his last solo single being Straight to Hell, released in November 2019.As for performing, his band’s The End Tour concluded in February 2017 with the final two gigs being played in the band’s native Birmingham.However, he only has more to give and recently told Classic Rock magazine that he is taking his recording studio with him when he and Sharon move back to England.‘I am going to build a barn there and make my own studio at Welders.
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'My time will come' Ozzy Osbourne, 73, breaks silence on health as frail photos worry fans
Ozzy Osbourne, 73, has broken his silence on his frail appearance in a candid interview.The Black Sabbath singer stated that his “time is going to come” but that he isn’t “planning on going anywhere” just yet. Fans have grown increasingly concerned over the past few days after pictures of Ozzy looking very frail appeared on social media. In an interview published four days ago, the ageing rocker was asked for his thoughts on mortality.He replied: “At f***ing seventy-three I’ve done pretty well. I don’t plan on going anywhere, but my time’s going to come.”When asked about what advice he would give to his younger self, he replied: “Stay alive.”When the interviewer quizzed the musician on whether he was “surprised” about his longevity, Ozzy responded: “Absolutely.So are a lot of people.”Ozzy has come close to dying before, after getting into a terrible quad bike accident in 2003.At 55, taking on the dangerous activity at his Buckinghamshire home left him with severe injuries.He ended up in a London hospital undergoing emergency surgery to correct a broken collarbone, eight fractured ribs that were pinching crucial blood vessels, and a broken neck vertebra.Reflecting upon whether there has been any lasting damage from the accident, Ozzy, who is also battling Parkinson's disease, gave some insight into what his health is like today.“Yes, there has,” he confirmed.
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Sharon Osbourne 'beside herself with worry' as husband Ozzy continues to battle Covid
Sharon Osbourne has been forced to temporarily abandon her role on TalkTV after hearing the news that her husband had been struck down with coronavirus.The news came in spite of reports that Ozzy had been obsessively careful, and Sharon panicked as he has been hospitalised with flu complications in the past.Back in 2019, a mere matter of months before Covid hit the headlines, Ozzy was forced to take a break from his European tour schedule after a flu virus caused him to be rushed to hospital.Now Sharon fears that history will repeat itself, prompting her to head back to LA to be with her husband, where she has remained.The wife of Black Sabbath rocker Ozzy had only been in Britain for three days when she received the news.Sharon revealed to The Talk this evening that she has contracted covid too after nursing Ozzy, explaining: "My daughter Kelly has it, I have it and the entire household has it now."Sharon confirmed on TalkTV that she "didn't stop crying for three months" after being dropped as a panelist by CBS.She also revealed that after her comments about Meghan Markle, she'd endured death threats that affected her entire family - even her pets."They wanted to kill my dogs.Then they started on Ozzy and I thought 'This is just insanity,'" she exclaimed.Now there is fresh trauma in store for Ozzy, who a source has claimed had done everything possible to avoid being struck down with the virus."[He] was badly paranoid about getting Covid because of everything that he has been through," the source revealed to The Mirror."He heard about Covid spreading on surfaces and got so paranoid that he got all takeaway deliveries coming into the house sprayed outside with anti-bacterial treatments."However, even those precautions
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