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After a rough few months, Sharon Osbourne's life is back on track.
On Wednesday's "The Talk," the 60-year-old was celebrating the news that she will be reuniting with Simon Cowell and resuming her judging duties on the U.K. edition of "The X-Factor" later this year. But she also took the opportunity to tell viewers that life is good beyond just her professional ventures.
"I want to just say something though," she said, taking a serious tone. "Today I feel like the luckiest woman in the world. My husband's sober. I have the best children. And I have the best jobs in the entire world."
As her co-stars clapped and cheered upon hearing her good news, Sharon added, "I kind of think my life is too good right now, but I'm not saying anything."
The outspoken British TV personality revealed a little more about Ozzy's sobriety in an interview with USA Today on Wednesday afternoon, including that the Black Sabbath singer has been clean for 80 days and is "working his program rigidly."
Sharon Osbourne talks about Ozzy's sobriety. (Getty Images)
"You know, miracles happen all the time and he has [gone from] hating himself, from a place of despair, to being a responsible husband and father again and it's amazing to see," she shared. "I'm very proud of him."
This is a decidedly different story from the one that surfaced a month ago when it was reported Sharon was living apart from Ozzy. Soon after he came forward to say his drinking and drug use were to blame for their marital troubles and that he had been "an a--hole to the people I love most, my family." And while Sharon said she was "devastated" by the situation, they both maintained they had no plans to end their marriage.
Over the weekend, we saw the first sign that a reunion was in the works. On Saturday, the couple, who married in 1982, attended the An Evening With Women gala at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills. They walked the red carpet together, along with their beaming daughter Kelly, and even shared a kiss for photographers.
It's and ending you don't always hear about when it comes to Hollywood relationships — and a happy one at that.
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