‘Back home and doing great’: Sharon Osbourne updates audience after health emergency on set

Sharon Osbourne shared an update with her fans on Monday night, using Instagram to say she’s “back home and doing great” after suffering a health emergency on the set of her paranormal TV show Jack and Kelly Osbourne: Night of Terror.

The nature of Osbourne’s health emergency was not specified, but she was transported on Friday evening around 6:30 p.m. from the shooting location at the Glen Tavern Inn in Santa Paula, California to Santa Paula Hospital.

Her son Jack Osbourne gave an update on Saturday evening, saying that his mother had been released from the hospital and was back home after the incident.

Jack said he would let his mother share more details about her health scare in her own time.

Not her first scare

Sharon Osbourne has had previous ill health, including a colon cancer diagnosis in 2002 and a double mastectomy in 2012 when she discovered she had a genetic predisposition to breast cancer.

She also takes care of her husband, rock star Ozzy Osbourne, who has Parkinson’s Disease and other issues. She is 70 years old.

She and Jack both thanked her fans for their well wishes and for uplifting her during her brief hospital stay.

Night of Terror is a reality TV series consisting of specials. So far there have been two of them, and the one they are shooting now would be the third.

The series follows Jack and Kelly Osbourne through paranormal adventures in different locations. The Inn had previously been featured on another paranormal reality show, Ghost Adventures.

Yet another show

Sharon Osbourne is also developing a new docuseries, Home to Roost, that follows their move back to the UK from America.

The show will air on BBC One. It was unclear whether and when it would air in the U.S.

The couple’s move back to the UK came about after Ozzy Osbourne reacted to a mass shooting and ongoing gun violence in the U.S.

“Everything’s f**king ridiculous there. I’m fed up with people getting killed every day. God knows how many people have been shot in school shootings,” Ozzy said at the time. “And there was that mass shooting in Vegas at that concert… It’s f**king crazy.”

The Osbourne family first appeared on reality TV 20 years ago when they did a show for MTV that became wildly popular and helped to popularize reality TV.