How Sharon Osbourne Is Feeling After Her Split From Ozzy Osbourne

She's a fighter! Sharon Osbourne isn't letting her split from Ozzy Osbourne get her down. The TV personality revealed her current state of mind during The Talk on Tuesday, May 17.

"I think I'm the strongest I've ever been right now and [with] everything that's going on with my life," Sharon, 63, said on the CBS daytime talk show. "I feel it."

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Osbourne on "The Talk" Sonja Flemming/CBS via Getty Images

As previously reported, Sharon and the Black Sabbath rocker, 67, split recently after 33 years of marriage. A source told Us Weekly that the mom of three found out about Ozzy's alleged affair with celebrity hairstylist Michelle Pugh by going through his emails.

"She and [daughter] Kelly both called the salon repeatedly for about two weeks before the news broke, trying to get in touch with Michelle," a source told Us. "They were really angry."

Amid the drama, the estranged couple reunited when they announced the Ozzfest Meets Knotfest in Hollywood on May 12. Their interaction was "super awkward," an onlooker told Us.

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Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne attend the MTV Europe Music Awards in 2014. Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic

Sharon has received a lot of support from her Talk cohosts following the split news. On Tuesday, cohost Aisha Tyler praised Sharon for allowing herself to "be human" during such a difficult time. (Tyler, 45, announced in April that she and her husband, Jeff Tietjens, are divorcing after nearly 22 years of marriage.)

"I think going through some of the stuff that you're going through, and I know stuff that I was going through, I would give myself the time in the car to cry when no one was looking. And then I'd get to work and I'd put that strong face on," Tyler said. "You can't get through those moments unless you break down a little bit."

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