The Osbournes will end after season two; Ozzy is drinking again.

The Osbournes will end after season two; Ozzy is drinking again.
In an episode of 20/20 that will air tomorrow night, Sharon Osbourne says that the season of The Osbournes that debuts Nov. 26 is the last. Although their deal called for 20 new episodes, the 10 that have been filmed for the second season will apparently be the end. The first season “changed us all so much,” she told Barbara Walters, that she wouldn’t have chosen to do the show again. Additionally, “Sharon said Ozzy has begun drinking again in response to her cancer,” according to the AP. Sharon, who’s fighting cancer, says on 20/20 that the cameras are “a little bit invasive right now and we have no privacy. You know when you’re sick, you want to be on your own? I can’t throw up on my own and Ozzy can’t get drunk on his own.”
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