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Gabriella Ferlita

Sharon Osbourne issued dark warning by family to not go under knife again after health scare

Sharon Osbourne is no stranger to going under the knife for the sake of her self-confidence when it comes to beauty.

But the 70-year-old’s family have told cosmetic surgery Sharon "no more operations" after enduring a health scare.

The British-American media personality was hospitalised last month whilst on set for an episode of her son Jack’s TV series Night Of Terror and told fans she was "back home and doing great".

However, a source close to the family suggests that they are hoping this will be a "tough reality check" for The Osbournes star, who has already undergone a series of surgeries including a gastric band, full facelift, tummy tuck, eyelift, abdominoplasty and Botox.

Sharon Osbourne has been urged not to go under the knife any more by her family (Dave Benett/Getty Images)
The former X Factor judge was rushed to hospital recently due to a 'medical emergency' (

Speaking to Closer magazine, the source said: “The whole Osbourne family are really worried for Sharon right now - this recent health scare has made them realise how precious life is, and how she needs to take good care of herself.

“Sharon is such a strong woman and puts everyone else first. But she’s now realised that she’s not invincible and needs to look after herself.”

The source also went on to say that her family have urged Sharon to put an end to her cosmetic surgery shenanigans in order to minimise any related health risks.

“With this recent health scare in mind, Kelly and Jack have begged Sharon to give it a rest on the plastic surgery front.

A source told Closer magazine that her kids Jack and Kelly want her to quit her love of cosmetic procedures (Zak Hussein/Corbis via Getty Images)

“She’s made no secret of the fact that she’ll happily go under the knife to turn back the clock, but they’ve asked her to stop - as the procedures can often be dangerous, especially as you get older.”

And the family’s sentiments may well be correct, as NHS England states that ‘all cosmetic procedures’ carry ‘some risks’, including surgical procedures, like having breast implants, as well as non-surgical procedures like dermal fillers and Botox.

The organisation states: “They can lead to serious complications if they're not done correctly, and can affect your mental health if they do not turn out how you expected.”

The previous X Factor judge has spoken about her cosmetic surgery fails, with Sharon admitting in April about how a previous facelift made her feel ‘like a cyclops’.

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