Sharon Osbourne is happy with her facelift: ‘Odds are, you’re going to get a dud’

SharonOsbourneThis was the first screenshot I took from the video below
Sharon Osbourne was on Jimmy Kimmel this week promoting the new season of The Talk. Sharon got what I’m assuming is her fourth facelift or at least her fourth facial surgery (that’s based on her past statements about her face) and premiered it on The Talk earlier this week. She can only move her mouth and she admitted that it’s still painful for her. It’s hard to look at her she looks so altered and puffy, but hopefully it will settle for her. Jimmy told Sharon that she looked gorgeous, which is what he’s supposed to say. If talk show hosts didn’t blow smoke they wouldn’t have that job. Here’s what Sharon said about her facelift, which she considers a success.

Most women do not look good when they get a facelift. You look good and everyone goes ‘I should get that too because she looks great.’
It’s just that it’s so popular now for men and women to get facelifts that there’s very few, really good surgeons and there’s so many people wanting to have it done that, odds are, you’re gonna get a dud.

Maybe some people’s faces just don’t lend itself to that
That’s very true, people’s bone structure. A lot of people go in to change too much and then it just doesn’t work.

[From Jimmy Kimmel via YouTube]

Jimmy cracked a lot of jokes about facelift recovery, he wasn’t rude but he wasn’t a total suckup. I don’t think Sharon’s facelift was a success but if she likes it that’s all that matters. After that Sharon told a story about Ozzy falling and hurting himself. He needed three operations afterwards and it sounds horrific. Ozzy was scheduled to do a two year farewell tour but he had to cancel it after a year in as he had this terrible fall.

He got flu which led to pneumonia. He gets up in the night, goes to the bathroom, comes back, falls on the rug, bashed his head on the side table, then bashed his head on the bedpost. He went face down and his neck went back. He had to have spinal surgery. He [already] had metal rods in his body [from a motorcycle accident] and the fall pushed the rods through his bones. So he had to have three major operations. He’s got so much metal in his body it’s frightening. He’s getting a lot better but it’s been a very hard road.

Wow, I can’t even imagine. After that Sharon explained how Ozzy’s collaboration with Post Malone and Travis Scott happened, they have the song Take What You Want, which is number two on the charts according to Jimmy but I couldn’t confirm that. Kelly knows Post’s producer and set it up.

Jimmy asked Sharon if she would do a reboot of The Osbournes and she said there’s not a lot of interest but that a one off might be interesting. That’s surprisingly sensible from her. She says they’re doing a biopic of Ozzy’s career though. Sharon wants Jessica Barden to play her as a young woman.

Oh and Sharon said that Trump played Crazy Train and that they didn’t approve that, but that they can’t sue him for it because he only used it once and it would cost too much money to sue. She was on Celebrity Apprentice but doesn’t think Trump will take her call.

Here’s Sharon’s interview. The comments about her facelift are around 3 minutes in. The Trump bit is at the end.

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Believe it or not this is a before pic
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  1. Kitten says:

    Hmmmm looks like maybe she got a “dud” because lady’s face is crooked AF.

  2. Jadedone says:

    Do facelifts impact your smile? Is it just because it was so recent?

  3. escondista says:

    her face looks very asymmetrical.

    • Some chick says:

      Everyone’s face is asymmetrical. Mine, yours, hers…

      She still looks like herself as far as I can tell.

  4. Biff says:

    Can somebody tell me what’s wrong with wrinkles? Can it kill you? I mean…I get the point about people being allowed to do what they want with their body, but to risk life and health (4 times) to avoid wrinkles in your face is beyond me. And I’m tired of being polite about it. Everybody in the entertainment business looks the same. Like Kendrick Lamar I want to see some ass with some stretch marks, and add some crows feet around the eyes, crooked noses, scars, thin lips…anything, ANYTHING but the same factory look over and over and over. Thank you. I’ll show my self out.

    • Berlin says:

      Biff: You will understand the general desire to look ‘less old’ once you hit 60.

    • minx says:

      I’m Sharon’s age. I’m lucky to not have many wrinkles (thanks to genetics, my mother didn’t either) but what I don’t like is the facial skin that is going south. But she looks bad.

    • teehee says:

      I also think its less a desire to look like the rest and more a mismatch between how you feel o want to look and what happens when you age.
      Also, ppl in entertainment give their looks to others for 20-30 years, maybe it feels better for them to do what they want for a change and get that facelift regardless of what others think.

      But yes, they do all wind up looking similarly odd and no matter how good the surgeon, our face does NOT look like what it did 10 years ago or 20 years ago, so I think I might prefer to stick with a familiar face but older rather than some “other” face which looks a bit younger (maybe? I dunno- but I truly doubt I would alter my face) I’m betting all my money on retinol and hoping I can stick it out a few more years and not be entirely devastated right away 😛

      • Biff says:

        “Also, ppl in entertainment give their looks to others for 20-30 years, maybe it feels better for them to do what they want for a change and get that facelift regardless of what others think.” Oh come on!!!! Really?? They do this BECAUSE of what others think. Because we are constantly reminded that the worst sin a woman can commit is to be old. And the constant excuses for plastic surgery is perpetuating it.

    • Bunny says:

      We all have an idea of what we look like, and what we’re supposed to look like.

      I’ll probably never get work done, but I understand it, because as I age, I look less and less like I think I should. My hair is nearly white, in spite of my youngish age, and it is a shock every time I see myself. In my mind, I do not have grey hair.

      Facelifts, when they’re done well, restore a small bit of that to people – you’re able to look in the mirror and see what you want or need to see.

  5. Yes Doubtful says:

    She looks good. It’s her money, her health and her face so she can do what she pleases.

  6. Laura says:

    The fall! My husband and I had tix to see Ozzy in KC in July but the fall!!! rescheduled it. This will be my fourth and my husband’s first time seeing the Ozzman. Wishing him a speedy recovery and good health.

  7. Bread and Circuses says:

    To me, she looks really good.

    She still looks like herself, but younger (and a bit stiffer), which is exactly what you want (excepting the stiffness) when you get work done to camouflage the effects of aging.

  8. Riley says:

    She looks amazing! Not sure why people need to criticize people who decide to have plastic surgery. She’s in a business where she has to look her best and she’s open about it. Good for her!