Ozzy Osbourne had one hell of a 2019 suffering from a combination of reawakened past injuries, neck surgery, and a serious case of the flu. Ozzy recently sat in on Sharon Osbourne's daily talk show The Talk and discussed his recovery from the extremely tumultuous year. Basically being home due to the pandemic has been doing him well, and he's slowly but surely getting better.
"It's been good, actually. I've been recovering from a surgery I had last year. So I've never been at home this long in my whole career. So I've had a chance to see my wife's side of the fence more than me being on the road. So it's had its moments, I must confess.
"I'm getting better. It's a slow process, but I'm getting there slowly but surely."
Ozzy released his first solo album in 10 years Ordinary Man this February and is aiming to write another one as soon as he can (unless he already has). Ozzy was also slated to hit the road for his No More Tours 2 farewell tour this year, but cancelled so he could head to Switzerland to begin a new treatment for his Parkinson's disease. Though COVID-19 would've cancelled the trek anyway.