TMI to the max! Sharon Osbourne has never been one to bite her tongue -- and she's not about to start holding back now. The 61-year-old Talk co-host shared some very intimate information while appearing alongside Colin Farrell on the Graham Norton Show on Friday, Nov. 29.
Asked about the various plastic surgeries she's had over the years, Osbourne admitted to having "a lot" of help. No procedure was more painful, though, than her vaginal rejuvenation surgery.
"[The worst was] having my vagina tightened," she revealed to Norton. "Oh, it was just excruciating."
"What did that entail?" Farrell inquired once the audience's laughter had died down.
"I'll show you later," Osbourne replied cheekily, leaning over to give the actor a hug.
The former reality TV star -- who released her third autobiography, Unbreakable, in October -- also got candid about her split from (and reconciliation with) husband Ozzy Osbourne. "When you've known someone 40 years, and then been with them 33 [years], a lot happens in everyone's life over that period of time," she explained of the couple's much-publicized ups and downs.
"He'd relapsed, and it was the combination again of the drugs and the drink," she told Norton of what led to their separation earlier this year. (The rocker fell off the wagon after years of sobriety in 2012.) "And it was like, 'Not again. I've got 10 minutes left and I'm not gonna spend it like this.'"
Her leaving turned out to be the wake-up call that Ozzy needed. "It was down to him, and he did what he was supposed to do, which is work a 12-step program and stay clean and sober," Osbourne said. "And that's what he does...When you're using, you don't know what you're doing. You become a monster. And he stopped because he realized what he was gonna lose. Not just me -- but everything he would've lost."
Married since 1982, the couple celebrated their 31st anniversary this past July. "He says we're like bread and butter. And that's what we are," the daytime talk show host said. "We fit together so perfectly. We're as one, we're a team. The hardest thing I ever had to do was walk away."