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The Osbourne matriarch wiggled her fake tooth on TV as she felt it falling off, freaking out co-hosts Julie Chen, Aisha Tyler, Sara Gilbert, and Sheryl Underwood.
Words are the cable channel is close to ordering new episodes of the reality series that aired on MTV from 2002 to 2005.
The family matriarch shares more details of 'The Osbournes' return on 'The Talk', saying that it will only be six to eight episodes and offer an update on their family.
The 61-year-old TV host reveals she once slit her wrist with a dirty steak knife to prove how much she loved her now-husband.
The TV personality calls the Bono-fronted group 'a bunch of middle age political groupies' and 'a bunch of megalomaniacs' in a string of Twitter posts.
The 'Talk' co-host regrets that she told Jenny McCarthy, Sherri Shepherd and Whoopi Goldberg to 'f**k themselves,' claiming, 'I'm not a person that is mean.'
Sheryl shares a story of her first time meeting Ozzy Osbourne's wife, saying that her co-host on 'The Talk' threw up on her when they met at the Polo Lounge.
The co-host of 'The Talk' threatened her rocker husband Ozzy Osbourne with divorce after learning he'd taken drugs and alcohol again.
The co-host of 'The Talk' says that Jay called her immediately after she revealed their fling, saying that it's 'amazing' how they had found love of their lives.
Before she was Mrs. Osbourne, Sharon had a fling with the 'Tonight Show' host after watching him performing his routine in one of the clubs where her friend worked.
The former 'America's Got Talent' judge and her husband's marriage is reportedly fine although they live in different locations while their Beverly Hills house is being renovated.
The 'Talk' host shocks viewers after announcing her pregnancy on the show but later reveals that the news is a prank.
Sharon Osbourne confirms a fire broke out in their Beverly Hills house early Thursday, January 17 started by unattended candle.
The wife of Ozzy Osbourne slams the Mother Monster for being a bad example to her already violent fans.
Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler will precede their comeback album with live performances in New Zealand, Australia and Japan.