Sharon Osbourne has made her most revealing comments yet about her split with husband Ozzy Osbourne and the future of their relationship.
Osbourne, who also manages the Black Sabbath singer, tells the Sun in the U.K. that she and Ozzy are in couples therapy, and she hasn't decided whether to file for divorce, but she explains that, "Can I ever trust him again? I don't know. I'm now questioning every statement, every move. The lies and intrigue still hurt. I don't want to hurt him -- I admire and respect him. And that’s what I expect back; respect. I didn't get that. It's hurtful when you don't get that respect and consideration from your partner...Ideally I'd love for my husband to deal with his issues, be honest and open, to come back to us with honesty and respect for the family."
Sharon says she's been meditating as well to help her through the turmoil. Ozzy, meanwhile, is focusing on Sabbath's The End tour, which wraps its latest European run on Tuesday (July 12) in Moscow before returning to North America on August 12. The farewell tour is currently slated to wrap up early next February in the group's home town of Birmingham, England.
Gary Graff is an award-winning music journalist who not only covers music but has written books on Bob Seger, Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen.