Sharon Osbourne hospitalised with Covid-19 in secret coronavirus health battle

Sharon Osbourne, 68, has take to social media to reveal she was secretly hospitalised with Covid-19.

The X Factor judge and music industry legend took to Twitter in the early hours of Tuesday morning, GMT, to confirm the news.

Insisting she is on the mend, Sharon says she is now out of hospital and recuperating away from her rocker husband Ozzy who sadly suffers from Parkinson's.

Posting to her 2.3 million followers, Sharon wrote: "I wanted to share I’ve tested positive for Covid 19.

"After a brief hospitalisation, I’m now recuperating at a location away from Ozzy (who has tested negative) while “The Talk” is on scheduled hiatus.

"Everyone please stay safe and healthy."

Sharon was quickly showered with love and praise after the admission.

One fan replied: "Stay Healthy Sharon/Ms. O. I hope you get better as quickly as possible."

Another added: "Please rest and take care of yourself. I’ll send good healing vibes to you."

Meanwhile, a third continued: "Blessings to you Sharon praying that you will have no complications and can enjoy Christmas with your family."

Ozzy, 72, recently opened up about living with Parkinson's disease.

Speaking about his plans to keep working, the Black Sabbath icon said: "You know the time when I will retire?

"When I can hear them nail a lid on my box. And then I’ll f***ing do an encore. I’m the Prince of Darkness.”

Talking about his Parkinson’s diagnosis, he added: "Well the one questions from me was, ‘Is it a terminal illness?’, and the guy says, ‘No, but life is’.

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“It’s just another thing on my plate I have got to deal with. I’m not in the slightest worried about it.

“I’ve not got any secrets. The initial shock is I’ve got Parkinson’s.

“Nobody knows what the f*** it is. I didn’t know anything about it apart from the name.”

Sharon added in January, "It's not a death sentence but it affects certain nerves in your body. You have a good day, a good day, then a really bad day."

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