Ozzy Osbourne Out of Intensive Care

Well-loved Rock star Ozzy Osbourne rushed to ICU following complications with bronchitis has come out of intensive care.


Black Sabbath front-man and well-loved MTV reality star Ozzy Osbourne was rushed into intensive care several days ago following worsening conditions contracted following a bout of flu. His illness progressed into bronchitis, and it is feared the 70-year-old star may now have pneumonia; a disease that can be known as fatal in those over 65. Read more about Ozzy Osbourne hospitalized below…


Ozzy Osbourne. Thailand Event Guide

Ozzy Osbourne out of intensive care. Thailand Event Guide


Ozzy Osbourne ‘s UK and Europe Tour Postponed


The rock-god and treasured Father initially fell ill in October 2018, since then he has suffered a range of illnesses that have forced the cancellation of tours and individual shows. While on his American tour leg last year, his hugely anticipated gig at the Shoreline Amphitheater in California was dramatically cancelled while he spent two days in the hospital. Soon after this, the Black Sabbath singer suffered an infected finger which led to a thumb inflammation similar to the size of a ‘light bulb’.

Fears Ozzy Osbourne ‘s Condition Had Deteriorated


The Prince of Darkness was transferred to a private intensive care unit as soon as bronchitis was suspected. Doctors commended Ozzy on his upbeat spirits and fight against progressive illness. His wife Sharon, who stars as a judge on the UK X-Factor was joined by children Kelly and Jack at Ozzy’s bedside. The three took it in turns to watch over Ozzy, and the heavy-metal legend is now reported to be swiftly on the road to recovery.


Ozzy Ozbourne. Thailand Event Guide

Ozzy Ozbourne out of intensive care. Thailand Event Guide

Sharon Forwards Thanks to Concerned

Ozzy Osbourne Fans


His wife Sharon, who is also famously known as Ozzy’s manager has expressed thanks to fans for their understanding following tour cancellations. The International tour has been cancelled due to fears of Ozzy’s immune system in a battle against long haul flights. Ozzy is now thought to be on the mend and is set to transfer into his own room in a Los Angeles hospital. The Prince of Darkness shot to fame with his band Black Sabbath in 1968 and has since enjoyed a hugely successful solo career. He was the hugely-loved star of MTV reality show ‘The Osbournes’ in 2002, a groundbreaking fly on the wall series following Ozzy and his family through the day to day life. The show was a first of the reality kind and earned the family a large following due to their crazy and hilarious moments, all taking place in the eccentric family home.

Here’s hoping to a speedy recovery, Ozzy!

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