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Sharon Osbourne: 'It's too late to explore my bisexuality'

Published 21/04/2016

Sharon Osbourne
Sharon Osbourne

Sharon Osbourne is very attracted to women.

Sharon Osbourne wishes she would have had a same-sex romance before marrying husband Ozzy Osbourne.

The 63-year-old TV personality shares three children with the Black Sabbath rocker and during her U.S. daytime programme The Talk, the co-host admitted she is attracted to both women and men.

But Sharon doesn't believe exploring her bisexuality is an option for her anymore due to the fact she has been settled down with Ozzy for over three decades.

“I always think everybody is gay - so am I," she noted. "I am not a little bit gay, I am extremely interested in the fact of what I missed out on. But it is too late now.”

The recent revelation comes a month after she uncharacteristically followed in the footsteps of Kim Kardashian by posting "liberating" naked selfie online. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star suffered serious backlash from critics who were in uproar after she posted a daring pre-baby nude selfie of her own in March (16).

After Kim posted the snap, the usually modest Sharon was handed the challenge by her The Talk producers to share a similar picture on Instagram, admitting in the caption she had never felt particularly proud about her own body.

"Something that Kim said was being comfortable in your own skin, and I've never been comfortable in my own skin since the day I was born," Sharon wrote. "I've never been on the beach with a swimsuit only... never even wanted my husband (to see me naked)!"

She later said on The Talk, "It's not age appropriate for a 63-year-old to do that (take a nude photo), however I talked myself into it and I did it.I must say, I did feel a bit liberated. I felt empowered to the fact that this is probably going to be the skinniest that I'll ever be in my life."

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