Four months ago, Sharon Osbourne shocked absolutely no one when she announced on CBS’s The Talk that when the show returned in September for the tenth season, she’d have a new-looking face. The tension on her face would be pulled so tight and smooth, the ten-year-old leather on the CBS office chairs would be brimming with jealousy.
Today The Talk returned with Marie Osmond sitting in Sara Gilbert’s empty chair. If Marie wanted to be the star of the show, she should have brought her own throne made of creepy, unmoving doll heads, because all eyes were on Sharon’s frozen-in-time face. People says that 66-year-old Sharon explained that she had her surgery five weeks ago, which would also explain why there hasn’t been a recent picture of Sharon’s face on her Instagram page since mid-July. Sharon employed some vague surgery theatrics and procedure puppetry to describe what she got done.
“I had my neck done, my jowls. It just basically went [upward motion] like this. He kind of pulled it from the top of my head and put an elastic band in it. But everything was just lifted up. So it looks more refreshed. You don’t look tired.”
Speaking of how Sharon’s recover is going, she told ladies of The Talk:
“I feel okay. Still a little bit of pain. But you can’t complain when you wanted to do it.”
Here’s Sharon’s face from May, if you’d like to compare the two.
I know Sharon really wanted a new face, but I just wished she’d waited one more year. Steel is the traditional gift for an 11th anniversary. And what would be a better gift to give her face for the 11th anniversary of The Talk than an afternoon with a doctor’s surgical steel scalpel?
Still, I understand why she couldn’t wait. I also understand why she was so open about it. Sharon says she got a new face to look refreshed and not tired. There’s no way she could be married to Ozzy Osbourne and try to hide a facelift. Living with Ozzy is the kind of experience that shows on your face. Hearing him shout out “Sharaaaan! Help me find the damn TV remote” while holding the TV remote probably produces at least a dozen new wrinkles a minute.
— The Talk (@TheTalkCBS) September 9, 2019