Sharon Osbourne is feeling better after a medical emergency sent her to the hospital over the weekend.
The reality star began feeling unwell while filming an episode of her son Jack Osbourne‘s TV show Night of Terror at the Glen Tavern Inn in Santa Paula, California on Friday night and was subsequently rushed to a nearby hospital. Santa Paula Police Chief Donald Aguilar confirmed to E! News that officers responded to a 911 call for a medical emergency around 6:30 pm on Friday. But by Saturday evening, Sharon seemed to be on the mend as Jack confirmed via a post to his Instagram stories that she had been released from the hospital. “She has been given the all clear from her medical team and is now home. Thank you to everyone who has reached out with love and support,” he wrote. “As to what happened to my mum—I’m gonna leave it to her to share about when she is ready.”
The former The Talk co-host has been very open about her medical scares and multiple cosmetic procedures in the past. In 2002, she underwent a series of chemotherapy treatments after being diagnosed with colon cancer, documenting the entire process in the second season of her family’s MTV reality show, The Osbournes. Sharon has remained cancer-free ever since, however, she underwent a double mastectomy in 2012 after learning that she has a gene that increases her risk for developing breast cancer. She also swore off plastic surgery at the time, as she explained on an episode of The Talk that another reason she made the decision to get her breasts removed is because they were “in a really bad state” due to issues with her breast implants. “One of them had burst, and all of it had gone into the wall of my stomach. And one breast was different than the other.” Sharon said, adding, “Never have [implants], by the way.”
In May, Osbourne revealed that she’d tested positive for COVID-19 for the second time, around the same time that her daughter Kelly Osbourne and husband Ozzy Osbourne also contracted the illness. The first time the talk show host caught the virus in December 2020, she was also briefly hospitalized.