Jackie Goldschneider Urges Sharon Osbourne to Stop Using Ozempic After Drastic Weight Loss
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The 'RHONJ' star takes to Instagram to urge the former talk show host to stop taking Ozempic after the latter admits to dropping below 100 pounds because of the drug.

AceShowbiz - Jackie Goldschneider has something to say about Sharon Osbourne and her drastic weight loss. "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star took to Instagram to urge the former talk show host to stop taking Ozempic.

On Friday, November 17, Jackie reacted to Page Six's Instagram post in which Sharon admitted that she dropped "under 100 pounds" after taking the drug. "She needs to stop taking it. It's so easy to get addicted to being thin. It's scary to stop," Jacky wrote in a comment.

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Jackie Goldschneider urged Sharon Osbourne to stop taking Ozempic.

Jackie has always been vocal about going against the use of Ozempic, which is actually for diabetes, to lose weight. Back in June, the 40-year-old star claimed that she's not interested in taking the drug and vowed to be the only Housewife who isn't on Ozempic.

"I'll be the last (wo)man standing," Jenny, who has battled an eating disorder, commented on an Instagram post about Emily Simpson's slimmer look.

As for Sharon, she didn't shy away from her experience losing weight after taking Ozempic. Recently, the former "The Talk" co-host admitted that she looked "too gaunt" now after dropping below 100 pounds with the help of the drug.

"I'm too gaunt, and I can't put any weight on. I want to because I feel I'm too skinny. I'm under 100 pounds, and I don't want to be," the TV star told the Daily Mail in an interview which was published on Friday. "Be careful what you wish for."

The wife of Ozzy Osbourne revealed that she started using the diabetes-turned-weight-loss medication in December 2022. However, she noted that she's been "off it for a while now."

While the drug helped her lose weight, the "The Osbournes" podcast co-host admitted that the drug is dangerous. "My warning is don't give it to teenagers. It's just too easy," she cautioned. "You can lose so much weight, and it's easy to become addicted to that, which is very dangerous. I couldn't stop losing weight, and now I've lost 42 pounds and I can't afford to lose any more."

Sharon, however, was unbothered by people's criticism over her look. "I don't care what people say about the way I look," she said. "I know I look gaunt, and I know everything that goes along with it. And I did it."

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