Sharon Osbourne Shares Update on COVID-19 Positive Granddaughter


Sharon Osbourne is self-quarantining after being in contact with her three-year-old granddaughter, Minnie, who has tested positive for COVID-19. The Talk cohost Zoomed with Ryan Seacrest on Wednesday, September 23, and shared her son Jack Osbourne's daughter Minnie Theodora tested positive for the virus, but is doing OK.

“You know, kids are so resilient,” Sharon shared. “She’s doing great. She’s playing; she’s happy. But, she’s got a very sore nose and a temperature, but she’s good.”

As for Sharon’s rock star husband Ozzy Osbourne, he’s in the clear.

“Ozzy hadn’t seen our granddaughter since we were on holiday, but I had so I had to move out of our house and I’m at a hotel.”

Sharon has been staying busy filming the 11th season of The Talk and hanging out with her dog, Elvis, as well as trying to navigate what’s to come.

“Everything is on hold,” she added of Ozzy’s tour. “Ozzy’s world tour is put off until 2022.”

Watch back the full interview in the video above and check your local listings to catch The Talk weekdays!