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Ozzy Osbourne Looks Frail As He Leans On Friend For Support While Out And About

Ozzy Osbourne has been enduring persistent health challenges, including a spine injury that necessitated four surgeries which he stated that the last virtually left him crippled. He is also battling Parkinson’s disease. He disclosed this information to the public during a January 2020 interview on Good Morning America, revealing that he was diagnosed with the debilitating disease in February 2019.

Despite his resilience, it appears that the progression of the disease is significantly impacting the iconic Black Sabbath singer’s well-being. In recent photographs circulating online, Osbourne appeared frail, and this has sparked comments from his fans as they worry about the toll his health struggles are taking on him.

Ozzy Osbourne looks frail in new photos

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During his recent public outing, Osbourne commanded attention as he navigated the scene with a cane securely clasped in his right hand. The 75-year-old maintained his iconic fashion sense, donning an all-black ensemble accentuated by an ankle-length trench coat and sleek trainers.

RELATED: Ozzy Osbourne’s Recent Photo Sparks Concern Among Fans

In one of the photos from his recent appearance, Osbourne is seen leaning lightly on the arm of an unknown male companion, who offers his hand for stability as they stroll together.

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The fresh images surfaced a few days after the singer revealed that he was still committed to adding to his musical catalog and especially interested in working with Grammy Award-winning producer Andrew Wyatt. Recently, Osbourne was nominated for the 2024 Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall Of Fame, an honor he took very seriously.

26 January 2020 – Los Angeles, California – Ozzy Osbourne. 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards held at Staples Center. Photo Credit: AdMedia

In a statement to confirm the nomination, he expressed his enthusiasm for the offer. “I’m deeply honored to receive this news. To be one of the few musicians who’s being considered for a second entry, now as a solo artist, is something I could never have imagined,” he stated. “After 44 years as a solo artist, the fact that I can continue to record music and receive this recognition is something I am incredibly proud of.”

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