Ozzy Osbourne made sure to inform his fans how much he loves them just hours before his “life-altering” surgical operation.
The Black Sabbath star, 73, shared his 2010 song “I Love You All” to his Instagram Story Monday, eerily zeroing in at the lyrics, For all these years you’ve stood by me bless, I love you all.
A source close to the family told Page Six exclusively that Osbourne will need a “lengthy amount of convalescence”
due to his age and the intensive nature of the surgery, so one can eliminate and realign pins in his neck and back.
His wife, Sharon Osbourne, has flown in from London to support the “Crazy Train” singer at the same time as he’s in recovery.
In an interview at the British show “The Talk” last week, Sharon, 69, stated the “major operation” could “determine the rest of his life.”
Most of the rehabilitation is set to take place under full-time care at his home over the course of a couple months.
Ozzy needed 15 screws to be inserted into his backbone after he tripped in his Los Angeles home in the middle of the night in 2019.
At the time, the rock star thought he broke his neck and ended up wanting over months of restoration and rehabilitation.
In May, Ozzy told Classic Rock magazine he had been waiting for his upcoming surgery so he could begin playing shows again.
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