These two were born to be together. She praised her husband because he was doing well in treatment, working at “being a better person for his family.” She couldn’t leave him, ever, saying, “Oh I’m never divorcing him. What on earth for? He’s nearly [freaking] 70!”
Ozzy asked her to marry him again and they renewed their vows at a Las Vegas ceremony on Mother’s Day. Ozzy said, “I made a huge mistake. Without Sharon I am nothing. I love her. I can honestly say that I have never loved anybody other than my wife.”
Ozzy Thought He Lost His Family
Ozzy’s relapse came after his longest stint of sobriety. He said that at one point it seemed like he was about to lose his family.
Sharon told him that she'd had enough to deal with as it was and that he was becoming too much for her to handle. Ozzy said he could not blame her at all.
Ozzy Got Caught Sending an Email to His Mistress
One of Ozzy's affairs was discovered when he accidentally sent an email intended for one of his mistresses to Sharon. She piped up and demanded to know why Ozzy had sent her such a "stupid email."
Ozzy said he hadn’t sent her anything. Sharon explained that it was then that she knew the message was meant for another woman. She knew there were at least six other mistresses.
Why Kelly Hated Family Holidays
Sharing the reality of being a child of a rock and roll legend, Kelly gave a little peek into how it really was for her. She said that in her family if everything is going swimmingly, she braces herself.
After every family scandal, the family would go on a holiday to some tropical locale, which is why she doesn't like being around the beach. In an A&E documentary, she recalled that the family would go somewhere beachy after her dad did something he shouldn't have done.
The Good Side: ‘My Dad Has a Really Cool Job’
Jack says he weighs the good and the bad when talking about his dad never being home. He was either on the road touring or in the studio when he was home. He got to see his famous dad in small chunks of time.
In the “Nine Lives” A&E documentary, Jack said he remembers his dad at home as the guy on the couch. It was not an ideal childhood, but in the end, Jack has a sober perspective. He accepts his parents as his parents, whatever happens.