Sharon Osbourne was reportedly rushed to the hospital Friday after suffering a medical emergency in California.
Sources told TMZ the incident allegedly happened Friday night while the 70-year-old television personality was shooting a paranormal show at the Glen Tavern Inn in Santa Paula.
A rep for the Ventura County Fire Department told the outlet that EMS crews responded to a “medical call” at the Inn and took one patient to Santa Paula Hospital.
TMZ reports that Santa Paula Police Chief Don Aguilar confirmed Osbourne was the patient.
A manager at the Glen Tavern Inn disclosed there was an “emergency,” but declined to share more information with TMZ.
The Post reached out to reps for Osbourne, as well as emergency crews for comment.
Osbourne was posting to social media as recently as Friday, sharing on Instagram her love for dogs.
Osbourne was spotted in Los Angeles two weeks ago with her son, Jack; his fiancée, Aree Gearhart; and their daughter, Maple. The pics came after Osbourne revealed she had a facelift last year that left her with a “horrendous” outcome.
“It hurt like hell. You have no idea,” she added of the cosmetic surgery, which she claimed to the Sunday Times took five-and-a-half hours.
Osbourne has had past medical scares. She began undergoing a series of more than 20 chemotherapy treatments for colon cancer in 2002. Those treatments were incorporated into the second season of MTV’s reality show “The Osbournes” — and she was deemed to be cancer-free.
Osbourne is no stranger to controversy and battles. The outspoken Brit, who is married to rock star Ozzy Osbourne, left CBS’ “The Talk” in March 2021 after defending Piers Morgan’s scathing criticism of Oprah Winfrey’s interview of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
As the longtime manager of Ozzy, she’s been known to feud with other bands and even cut Iron Maiden’s electricity when they played too long at Ozzfest. On “The Osbournes,” she once chucked a frozen ham at the home of her annoying Beverly Hills neighbors.
Sharon and Ozzy share three children: Aimee, 39, Kelly, 38, and Jack, 37. Sharon has been taking care of the “Crazy Train” rocker, who is suffering from Parkinson’s disease and other health issues.
This is a breaking news story and more information will continue to be added.