We went to watch Sharon Osbourne's live Birmingham show where she told all about X-Factor judges & Ozzy

Sharon Osbourne was greeted by fans at Birmingham's Alexandra Theatre on Wednesday night (January 24) for her live stage show Cut The Crap
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Sharon Osbourne returned to Birmingham on Wednesday night (January 24) for her live stage show at the Alexandra Theatre.

Hundreds of fans packed into the city centre venue to listen to the straight talking music manager discuss her personal life alongside her longtime friend and Loose Women host Jane Moore. The former X-Factor judge walked onto the stage at around 7.30pm to loud applause and cheers as she discussed a number of significant moments during her career and personal life, including her, at times, difficult relationship with husband Ozzy, as well as her days working with Simon Cowell on ITV.

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Sharon opened up to Moore about the time in her marriage when her and Ozzy were violent towards each other. She recalled the time he was forced to go into rehab for six months after trying to choke her during a drug-fuelled rage in which he told her 'We've come to a decision that you've got to die'.

Sharon also became emotional during the show as she revealed that Ozzy wants to 'say goodbye' to his fans properly after he retired from touring this year. Sharon revealed that the Black Sabbath frontman is set to play a goodbye show at Aston Villa's stadium, planned to take place this summer.  The 71-yer-old also revealed that she didn't really get along with Dannii Minogue during her time on the X Factor. In the past Minogue had said that Osbourne "didn't like me, she made it very clear." But during the show Sharon said that Danny 'doesn't like women'. Sharon also said that she wasn't close with Simon Cowell either during her time on the hit ITV show.

Sharon and Jane MooreSharon and Jane Moore
Sharon and Jane Moore

Sharon was also asked about her cosmetic surgery, admitting that she'd had 'probably more' than 12 procedures in recent years due to being insecure about her appearance when she was younger. Members of the audience shouted 'you look amazing Sharon' as she discussed the topic.

During an audience question which asked when the Ozzy Osbourne museum is set to open in Birmingham, Sharon said she believes it will open its doors 'within the next 18 months'. Sharon didn't confirm where exactly the museum will open in the city, although a Home of Metal Black Sabbath exhibition was held at the the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery in 2019.

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