Ozzy Osbourne underwent major surgery 'to determine the remainder of her life'

According to his wife, Sharon Osbourne, Ozzy Osbourne will undergo major surgery that "will really determine the rest of his life".

Osbourne told Talk TV that she went to Los Angeles to support her 73-year-old husband,

who has had mobility problems in recent years as a form of Parkinson's disease.

Sharon did not provide further details about the surgery, but Ozzy said recently that she is facing surgery. 

 "I haven't been able to walk well these days," he told the Classic Rock newspaper in May.

"I do physiotherapy every morning. I feel a little better, but not in the way I would like to get back on track. "

Ozzy was injured in a quad cycling accident in 2003, which crashed in 2019 worse, to which 15 screws were attached to his bone.

He said he had nerve damage after surgery and in 2020 announced a diagnosis of Parkinson's disease.

"I'm not going to die of Parkinson's disease. I've worked on it most of my life," he said.