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Susan Knox

Sharon Osbourne says she 'pushed it too far' with plastic surgery as she vows to quit

Sharon Osbourne has vowed to never undergo the knife again after 'taking it too far' by undergoing a facelift.

The former X Factor star, 70, admitted that her most recent procedures left her feeling frightened after altering her looks that much she was left 'looking like a cyclops' and didn't recognise the person looking back at her in the mirror.

Black Sabbath singer Ozzy Osbourne's wife Sharon underwent five cosmetic surgeries, but vowed to put a stop to it after the final face lift that 'put her off'.

"That face lift put me off and it frightens me, I really f***ing pushed it with the last facelift and I am now like, no more," Sharon said.

Sharon has vowed to quit going under the knife (Getty Images)
The former X Factor star has had a lot of work done in recent years (Getty Images for Chopard)

"Time is against me, I cannot have another," she added to The Sun.

Sharon's vow comes after she recently opened up about her regret to The Sunday Times, where she joked how one of her eyes was different to the other as she referred to herself as a 'cyclops'.

"I'm telling you, it was horrendous. [To the surgeon] I'm, like, 'You've got to be f***** joking'," she revealed. "I looked like a f***** Cyclops. I'm, like, 'All I need is a hunchback'. It hurt like hell. You have no idea."

Sharon's plastic surgery admission comes after she recently shared an update on her husband Ozzy's health, with her suggesting that things have been 'very difficult' for their family in recent years.

Sharon shared a health update on Ozzy (Getty Images)

Ozzy, 74 - who rose to fame as a member of heavy metal band Black Sabbath - has faced various health concerns in recent years including getting Covid-19 last year.

The performer - who announced in 2020 that he'd been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease - underwent spinal surgery last year after injuring his back in 2019.

He stated earlier this year his body is "still physically weak" despite undergoing various forms of treatment, with it prompting him to cancel an upcoming tour.

Sharon has helped husband Ozzy through his battle every step of the way (Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

"His Achilles' heel has always been his lungs, so to get something like Covid that affects your breathing and all of that, it was just torturous. It has been very difficult," she told The Sun.

Sharon added that Ozzy - whom she's been married to since 1982 - has been "plagued medically" by different things, adding: "It is like one thing leads to another then another."

Ozzy announced that he was cancelling his upcoming UK tour in February, describing the decision as "probably one of the hardest things" he's had to share with his fans.

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