Sharon Osbourne has revealed her family doesn’t like it when she has cosmetic surgery but said she is doing it for her “own ego” during the launch of her new show.
The 69-year-old TV presenter returned to TV screens as part of a new hour-long panel discussion show The Talk, which will see five famous faces with diverse backgrounds and views debate current issues.
The show is part of the global launch schedule of TalkTV, the new company of News UK, publisher of The Times and The Sun.
As the panel debated the popularity of cosmetic surgery, Osbourne admitted she “had her whole face done” seven months ago.
She added: “As you get older believe me the pain gets worse, it was excruciatingly painful. I’ll hold my nose so she doesn’t fall off.”
The TV presenter – who is married to Black Sabbath frontman Ozzy and has three children Aimee, Kelly and Jack – admitted her family doesn’t approve of her actions.
She said: “I’m doing this for myself. My husband doesn’t like it and my kids really hate it. I do it out of my own ego.”
Osbourne was joined on the podium by fellow presenters Jeremy Kyle, Esther Krakue, Tonia Buxton and JJ Anisiobi.
They discussed breaking news topics from Prince Andrew to the misogyny row, which was aimed at Labour’s Angela Rayner.
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The debate show seemed to be going relatively smoothly, but there were some minor technical issues with the audio.
Osbourne kicked off the show by saying it was “great to be back on screens and even better to be employed”.
The host returned to TV screens Monday night after leaving US chat show The Talk, which aired on CBS, following an on-air argument with her co-host Sheryl Underwood.
The couple clashed in March 2021 while discussing Piers Morgan’s comments on the Duchess of Sussex’s interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Osbourne defended Morgan from racism allegations, with the episodes prompting The Talk to go on hiatus for a month.
Her segment on TalkTV followed Morgan’s new talk show Piers Morgan Uncensored, in which he interviewed former US President Donald Trump.
The new channel launched on linear TV platforms around the world, as well as online services such as Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and YouTube.
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