Ozzy Osbourne Most Recent Update

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Ozzy Osbourne has a sense that he might have a maximum of 10 years left to live.

During a recent conversation with Rolling Stone UK, the former frontman of Black Sabbath opened up about his ongoing health challenges, which include Parkinson’s disease and the repercussions of a fall in 2019.

“I told Sharon that I smoked a joint recently, and she said, ‘What are you doing that for! It’ll f—king kill you,'” remarked the 74-year-old singer. “I said, ‘How long do you want me to f*cking live for?!’ At best, I’ve got ten years left, and when you’re older, time picks up speed. Me and Sharon had our 41st wedding anniversary recently, and that’s just unbelievable to me!”

While he doesn’t fear death, Ozzy expressed his desire to avoid a prolonged, painful, and miserable existence. Reflecting on the idea of having a terminal illness, he mentioned the possibility of going to Switzerland for a quick resolution. He cited his father’s experience of dying from cancer.

Known as “The Prince of Darkness” in his prime, Ozzy faced multiple back surgeries following his fall in 2019. Unfortunately, the surgeries aggravated existing back and neck issues from a 2003 bike crash. The procedure also revealed a tumor during another operation.

“It’s really knocked me about,” said the singer. “The second surgery went drastically wrong and virtually left me crippled. I thought I’d be up and running after the second and third, but with the last one, they put a f–king rod in my spine. They found a tumor in one of the vertebrae, so they had to dig all that out, too. It’s pretty rough, man, and my balance is all f*cked up.”

Despite these challenges, Ozzy acknowledges that he should have been gone before many of his late friends due to his past struggles with drugs and alcohol.

Sharon, his wife, attests to the tough times he has faced in recent years. She emphasized the almost five years of heartache and Ozzy’s enduring pain through various surgeries. Sharon highlighted the anomaly of Ozzy being at home for an extended period, given his history of constant touring.

Nevertheless, Ozzy clings to hope for one final performance. “I’m taking it one day at a time, and if I can perform again, I will,” he declared. Expressing a sense of farewell to his illustrious career, he added, “That’s one of the things I’ve been the most f*cking pissed off at: I never got the chance to say goodbye or thank you.” Despite his frailty, Ozzy’s goal is to do a few shows for his loyal fans and express his gratitude. If he can’t continue regular performances, he aims to be well enough for a single show to thank his fans and say goodbye.