SHARON OSBOURNE: 'OZZY Will Die A Tortured Soul'

Sharon Osbourne is featured on the cover of the August issue of Ladies' Home Journal, which hits newsstands tomorrow (July 9). In the accompanying interview, Sharon offers some interesting insights into husband Ozzy Osbourne.

"As funny and robust and bat-biting as people may think he is, Ozzy has the lowest self-esteem you've ever seen, and he's a fragile person," she says. "He was born a tortured soul and he'll die a tortured soul."

Osbourne also speaks about her upcoming stint as a TV talk-show host, saying, "I detest Jerry Springer. I detest Sally Jessy's and Jenny Jones' shows. They're demeaning to people, just degrading and humiliating." Sharon is set to launch her show this fall (airing in New York on Ch. 11).


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