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Sharon Osbourne is reportedly determined to save her marriage to Ozzy, despite it being a “constant battle”.

The red-haired star and her rocker husband split earlier this month amid rumors Ozzy, 67, had been unfaithful, and she moved out of the Los Angeles mansion they share. It’s claimed the Black Sabbath frontman had an affair with celebrity hairdresser and while neither party has confirmed reports, it’s thought the A-list couple are keen to move past their problems.


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“Sharon is angry and hurt, but Ozzy is begging her not to leave him and the family is falling apart,” an insider told Britain’s Closer magazine. “They are talking daily and she still thinks there may be a chance they can save the marriage, but she’s told friends it’s a constant battle.”

Sharon, 63, and Ozzy tied the knot in 1982 and have children Aimee, 32, Kelly, 31 and 30-year-old Jack together. TV personality Kelly added fuel to the fire between her parents by taking to Twitter last week, raging about her dad’s alleged infidelity and naming Michelle in a post, even sharing the hair stylist’s phone number with her followers. Some were quick to retaliate though, with one writing: “Hate your father, not the woman. HE did this to your family… Again.”

Despite Kelly’s her obvious hostility, it’s thought the lavender-locked star is keen for her folks to reunite.

“Kelly is desperate for Sharon and Ozzy to be back to together,” a source explained. “As dysfunctional as far family is, it’s probably going to be the only stable thing in her life.


“The way Kelly sees it, this hairdresser has come and destroyed her mother and it’s war. She’s been heartbroken by the whole situation and so she’s lashing out.”

Other outlets suggest this isn’t the first time Ozzy has cheated on Sharon, though no further details have been revealed.

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