Sharon Osbourne was hospitalized on Friday after falling ill on the set of the Night of Terror TV show
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Sharon Osbourne is on the mend after a medical episode, according to son Jack Osbourne.
On Friday, Sharon, 70, was hospitalized after falling ill on the set of the Night of Terror TV show, which she was filming with Jack, 37.
The following day, Jack updated fans through a statement shared on his Instagram Story that his mother was doing better.
“She has been given the all clear from her medical team and is now home,” he wrote. “Thank you to everyone who has reached out with love and support.”
Jack added: “As to what happened to my mum — I’m gonna leave it to her to share about when she is ready.”
EMS workers with the Ventura County Fire Department (VCFD) responded to a medical call at the Glen Tavern Inn in Santa Paula, California, around 6:30 p.m. local time on Friday, when they transported Sharon to Santa Paula Hospital, according to TMZ.
Glen Tavern’s manager confirmed to the outlet that there was an “emergency,” but did not provide further details. The manager did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.
A rep for Osbourne and a VCFD spokesperson have not responded to PEOPLE’s requests for comment.
Sharon’s health scare comes after she tested positive for COVID-19 in May, around the time her daughter Kelly Osbourne and husband Ozzy Osbourne also contracted the coronavirus. She previously had COVID in December 2020, for which she was briefly hospitalized.
Sharon and Ozzy, 74, celebrated their 40th anniversary in July. In addition to Kelly, 38, and Jack, the couple also shares daughter Aimee Osbourne, 39. Additionally, they’re grandparents to Jack’s four children and Kelly’s first baby.
Although the family (sans Aimee) announced a 10-part BBC reality series called Home to Roost in September, which was set to document their journey moving back to the U.K. from the U.S., Ozzy has since said he no longer wants to make the move.
Sharon Osbourne was hospitalized in California on Friday following a medical emergency, The Post can confirm.
Santa Paula Police Chief Don Aguilar told the Post the incident happened Friday night when the 70-year-old television personality was filming a paranormal show at the Glen Tavern Inn in Santa Paula.
A Ventura County Fire Department official announced that around 6:30 p.m. Pacific Time, a fire engine and ambulance responded to a “medical call” and transported one person from the Inn to Santa Paula Hospital.
A source familiar with the matter told the Post the incident was “not life-threatening.” A hospital spokesman referred questions to Osbourne officials, who did not immediately respond to a Post request for comment.
A Glen Tavern manager confirmed to TMZ there was an “emergency” but declined to share any further information.
Osbourne only posted to social media on Friday, sharing her love of dogs on Instagram.
Osbourne was spotted with her son Jack in Los Angeles two weeks ago; his fiancee, Aree Gearhart; and their daughter Maple. The pictures came after Osbourne revealed she had a facelift last year that gave her “horrific” results.
(Image credit: Sonja Flemming/CBS via Getty Images)
“It hurt like hell. You have no idea,” she added of the cosmetic surgery, which she claimed to The Sunday Times lasted five and a half hours.
Osbourne has had medical fears in the past. She began a series of chemotherapy treatments for colon cancer in 2002. Those treatments were included in the second season of MTV reality show The Osbournes — and she was later declared cancer-free.
Sharon Osbourne attends a special screening of ‘A Million Little Pieces’ in Los Angeles on December 4, 2019 Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP
In November 2012, she announced she had undergone a double mastectomy after learning she had a gene that puts her at risk of breast cancer — and one of her breast implants was in poor condition.
“One of them ruptured and it all went into my stomach wall,” Osbourne told CBS’ The Talk in 2012, per People. “And one breast was different from the other.”
“I wasn’t diagnosed with cancer, but I had the gene and one of my breasts was in really bad shape because of the implant,” she said, adding, “Never [implants] by the way.”
Osbourne announced in May 2022 that she had contracted COVID-19 a week after her husband, rock star Ozzy Osbourne. She shared a picture of herself receiving an IV in bed and showing the peace sign. writing on twitter, “Fk Covid.”
Fuck Covid pic.twitter.com/Z4dsjvk1A0
— Sharon Osbourne (@MrsSOsbourne) May 4, 2022
Osbourne is no stranger to controversy and fighting. The outspoken Brit left The Talk in March 2021 after defending Piers Morgan’s scathing criticism of Oprah Winfrey’s interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
As the longtime manager of Ozzy, she has been known to quarrel with other bands and even turn off the power to Iron Maiden if they played at Ozzfest for too long. In “The Osbournes,” she once threw a frozen ham at her pesky Beverly Hills neighbor’s home.
Sharon and Ozzy share three children: Aimee, 39, Kelly, 38, and Jack, 37. Sharon has been looking after the Crazy Train rocker, who has Parkinson’s disease and other health conditions.