Sharon Osbourne Makes Heartbreaking Coronavirus Announcement Joshua Updated in Nov 2021 Fans are utterly shocked by the announcement Sharon Osbourne has made. Things have not been going very well in the Osborne household, and they just got a little worse. To put it lightly, the past several months have not been too good for the Osbourne family. Unfortunately, things are still a long way from getting better for the household, based on a recent video release by Sharon. As you know, Sharon Osbourne is a multi-talented icon. She was born in London in 1952, and she has had quite a life, which has made her something of a legend. She has been a notable icon in the music industry. However, that was to be expected of Don Arden's daughter, a towering figure in the music management business. Meeting with rock stars and other musicians was a regular thing for Sharon. The influence worked to her favor because she quickly established herself in the industry. However, her most significant break came in the '70s. At the time, Arden began managing the Black Sabbath, an up-and-coming U.K. heavy metal band. At this time, Sharon met Ozzy. Ozzy is better known to most people as the eccentric lead singer of the unforgettable band. He also took a liking to Sharon, and the two almost immediately hit it off. Their romance turned into an on-and-off dating adventure that ended with the couple tying the knot in 1982. They were serious about starting a family, and soon enough, they had three kids together: Aimee, Kelly, and Jack. Eventually, Arden was relieved of his duties as the manager of Black Sabbath. Sharon stepped in as Ozzy's manager. Their lives were full of drama, and they both frequently had drug abuse issues and alcoholism problems. They also got a reputation for having intense and violent fights. However, that did not slow down the businesswoman in her. So, she got the brilliant idea to make some money off her strange family. She partnered with MTV to create the reality show, The Osbournes, back in 2002. The show was, to put it lightly, iconic. The show was very popular, and people got an unusual chance to see what really goes on in the lives of the Osbournes. The iconic show achieved one more thing: it put Sharon on the map. No longer was Sharon under Ozzy's shadow. People stopped seeing her as "Ozzy's wife" and started noticed her wacky sense of humor and infectious charisma. Over the course of the show, people fell in love with her. Sharon turned into a celebrity after the show, and this time, it was not because she was married to a rock star. In the year 2007, America's Got Talent took on Sharon as a judge. She also served as a judge on the British show, The X Factor. She has also been a panelist on The Talk since 2010. On the show, she conducts interviews with many different celebrities. Clearly, the woman has done it all. Like most people she has had some big highs and lows. Still, that has not kept her from being her best. As with millions of people around the world, the coronavirus pandemic has not gone unnoticed in Sharon's life. Recently, Sharon shared some truly saddening news that shocked a lot of people. Almost immediately, fans flooded her social media account and left her encouraging messages of hope to help her get through the tough times. During a recent episode of The Talk, Sharon had to appear through a video feed. Sharon, now 67, revealed that she and her family were starting a quarantine process after Minnie, their granddaughter, tested positive for the virus. The little girl is just 3. All those who had contact with the child were notified that they would be tested for COVID-19. Fortunately, Sharon has confirmed that she is in "good health." She explained the situation in detail during The Talk episode. On the show, she said that she was meant to be in the studio and was actually looking forward to the experience, but one of her granddaughters was confirmed to have contracted COVID. However, she assured her co-hosts that the girl was doing fine: "She's okay, she's doing good. I don't have it." She went on to explain to her friends her situation. Sharon explained that she missed the her co-hosts: "Oh my Lord, I want to see you guys so bad." She also revealed that she still had more than a week to go before she could complete her quarantine. Sharon also said she kept testing negative, although she had to make sure she is safe. The news could not have come at a worse time. The family is also dealing with other health issues. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Sharon Osbourne (@sharonosbourne) Ozzy Osbourne, Sharon's husband, has been battling Parkinson's disease. However, it was unclear if he was infected with the virus or not, although we wish the family the very best. Here's the video of Sharon sharing the news. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Sharon Osbourne (@sharonosbourne) Currently, fans can only wait for Sharon to take her place on The Talk.