"Ozzy was only diagnosed — it was like middle of the night our time, but I spoke to him, and he is OK," she said in a tearful interview with Talk TV. "I am very worried about Ozzy right now. We've gone two years without him catching COVID, and it's just Ozzy's luck."
When asked what's the first thing she'll do when she returns to the West Coast, she tearfully said: "Hold him and kiss him with about three masks on, I think. Oh, my family is my life."
"I can't believe my luck that I am missing the show. I have only been there three days. I can't believe it — three days, and I am missing the show, but I will be back. I know I will. It will take me a week to get my old man back on his feet again, and I will be back in a week."
Though it's a tough time for the Osbourne family, the red-headed beauty, 69, was optimistic that everything would work out.
"Fortunately, he was diagnosed in the middle of the night, so he was sleeping, so I haven't spoken to him yet, but they will rally around, they will be with him. You're going to see me back on air in a week because I know my husband, we are going to get him back on his feet and we're going to get a negative test by next week!" she declared.
"The Talk has an official launch date! On Monday 25th April, TalkTV will launch in the UK on Sky, Virgin Media, Freeview and Free sat as well as via connected TV services and smart devices. @sharonosbourne | #TheTalk | #TalkTV," an Instagram post read in March.