The procedure took place in Los Angeles yesterday, June 13, before which the singer shared a link to I Love You All, the closing song on his 2010 album Scream, as a message to his fans. The song features the lyrics: 'We all must stand together now / Or one by one we fall / For all these years you stood by me / God bless / I love you all'.
While speaking on TalkTV's The Talk, Sharon said: "[Ozzy] has a very major operation on Monday, and I have to be there. It's really going to determine the rest of his life."
She continued, "The next thing is, my son [Jack Osbourne] is going to have a daughter in about three weeks. And also, it's our 40th wedding anniversary [on] the first of July."
When asked if the couple will be celebrating the special occasion, she said: "I don't know yet. Depends on everything with Ozzy."
"[But] I'm not going anywhere; you can't get rid of me now. The funny thing was that when I spoke to Ozzy today, he said, 'Have you been fired yet?'"
In response to Ozzy's surgery, longtime guitarist Zakk Wylde tweeted: "PRAYERS OF LOVE & STRENGTH To THE BOSS on a SUCCESSFUL SURGERY & RECOVERY so He can get Back to Doing What HE LOVES • tBLSt SDMF XOXOXO".
Fans responded to the vocalist's tweet sending well wishes, while a smaller number expressed alarm at Ozzy's choice of song: one tweet read "Don't do that, nearly shat myself"
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PRAYERS OF LOVE & STRENGTH To THE BOSS on a SUCCESSFUL SURGERY & RECOVERY so He can get Back to Doing What HE LOVES • tBLSt SDMF XOXOXO @OzzyOsbourne pic.twitter.com/6ShFOSSF8RJune 13, 2022