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Sharon Osbourne in tears as husband Ozzy hits the stage after health struggles

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Sharon Osbourne gazed adoringly at her husband with tears in her eyes as he took to the stage at a recent football match. The emotional look comes after Ozzy underwent “life-altering surgery” in June and it is also the 73-year-old’s first performance in the US in four years.

Ozzy played two songs during the halftime show of the game between the Los Angeles Rams and New York’s Buffalo Bills, rock classic Crazy Train and his new song Patient Number 9. READ NEXT:Inside Aimee Osbourne's life - reality TV shun, family rift and escaping fatal fireSharon, 69, watched with weepy eyes with her hand over her mouth but still managed to look like a pure rock goddess in a white t-shirt, lots of gothy jewellery and her signature plum-coloured hair.

Meanwhile, Ozzy looked in fine form like the rock legend he is, complete with guyliner. Last month he performed at the Commonwealth Games Closing Ceremony, held at Alexander Stadium in his home city of Birmingham.

Ozzy, who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in 2019, had a massive operation recently which Sharon said would “determine the rest of his life”.

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