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January 21st, 2020 under The Osbournes

2019 was not a good year for Ozzy Osbourne. He fell in February and had to get surgery on his neck. He told Robin Roberts on Good Morning America today that the surgery caused some damage to his nerves. Around the same time, he was diagnosed with a form of Parkinson’s that affects his nerves.

The diagnosis is not a death sentence and he is not on his death bed as it has been reported. However, since then he says, “I got a numbness down this [right] arm for the surgery, my legs keep going cold,”. Doctors are unsure which is causing the numbness since both can do it. That is why in April, he and Sharon will be going to Switzerland to work with a doctor who specializes in his type of Parkinson’s.

He is doing all of this so that he can go back on the road. The rocker says that touring and his fans are his drug of choice now. Although, he is on a lot of prescription drugs for the disease.

Sharon told Roberts, she needs to be strong for her family and Ozzy. If she breaks down, so will they. The talk show host also said that she cannot wait for Ozzy to go back on the road because he is driving her crazy. “Sssssshhhhhhhaaaaaaarrrrrrooooooonnnnnnnn.” This is the longest he has been home since they were married.

While he is still not ready to go back on tour, he is working on new music. That is something the nerve damage won’t take away from him. After all, he is the Prince of Darkness.

Wouldn’t it be fitting if the doctor in Switzerland told him that he needed bat’s blood to get better? Whatever the doctor does, let’s hope it makes him well enough to perform live again.

If it does work, then can someone send Neil Diamond to him. That polar opposite singer is also battling Parkinson’s and retired from the road because of it.

To see how Kely and Jack Osbourne have been dealing with their dad’s diagnosis, then


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