Ozzy will be on stage presenting at the 2020 Grammy Awards on Sunday night (Jan. 26).
Ozzy Osbourne is actually touched by the outpouring from his enthusiasts in the wake of his reveal previously this 7 days that he has been diagnosed with a variety of Parkinson’s ailment. The large metal icon talked over his battle with the progressive, incurable nervous program ailment throughout an job interview with Fantastic Early morning America on Tuesday (Jan. 21), in which he explained 2019 was the “worst, longest, most unpleasant, miserable calendar year of my existence.”
Hours after the job interview aired, Osbourne posted a sweet note to the Ozzy Nation, creating, “Thank you all so a lot for your perfectly needs. It implies the absolute earth to me.” In the interview, Ozzy talked about the horrible slide at dwelling that re-aggravated an old personal injury, sidelining him for substantially of 2019, coupled with the Parkinson’s analysis that arrived as an more shock.
“It is PRKN 2,” wife/manager Sharon Osbourne told GMA. “There’s so numerous unique kinds of Parkinson’s it is really not a loss of life sentence by any extend of the imagination, but it does influence selected nerves in your entire body. And it’s — it is like you have a excellent day, a great working day, and then a truly terrible day.” The feedback from the fans had been certainly extremely sweet, with a person crafting, “you have influenced a lot of artist with your songwriting, you are genuinely incomparable and irreplaceable,” and a further indicating, “No make a difference what Ozzy, we will generally enjoy you. On a personalized degree, your songs saved my lifetime. For that you will normally have my appreciation.”
On Wednesday’s The Communicate, Sharon talked about the incredible “outpouring of love” from supporters. “Just to have all this outpouring of beneficial reaction from anyone that watches the demonstrate, and our close friends, it’s heartwarming. And I know that Ozzy will be just in excess of the moon. He will be taken aback,” she said.
Osbourne, who will release his initially solo album in a decade, Standard Person, on Feb. 21, will also present at Sunday night’s (Jan. 26) 62nd once-a-year Grammy Awards alongside Sharon.