Sharon Osbourne Forgoes Planned Studio Return Due to Granddaughter’s COVID-19 Diagnosis

Sharon Osbourne was forced to sit out a planned studio return to her TV show "The Talk" on Monday (September 21), because she's in quarantine.

Ozzy Osbourne's wife and manager was a no-show on set and had to link up with her co-hosts virtually, explaining her granddaughter had tested positive for the coronavirus.

"I was meant to be in the studio, I was so looking forward to it, and then, unfortunately, one of my granddaughters has come down with COVID," Osbourne explained. "She's OK; she's doing good."

Sharon went on to confirm it was her son Jack Osbourne's daughter Minnie who had contracted the virus, adding no one else in the family has it.

"Her daddy doesn't have it, her mommy doesn't have it, her sisters don't," Sharon said. The 67-year-old TV personality also assured that she didn't catch the virus, adding, "I don't have it."

"She got it from somebody who works for my son. And it just goes to show you – she's three years of age – that children can get COVID."

While her COVID-19 test has come back negative, Osbourne revealed she has another week of quarantining before she can return to shoot "The Talk" to keep everyone around her safe.

"I don't have it," she added. "I keep testing negative, but, you know, you have to be safe."

Minnie is Jack's third child with his ex-wife Lisa Stelly. The two announced their separation on May 18, 2018 and their divorce was finalized on 5 March 2019.

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