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Sharon Osbourne regrets losing 'too much' weight on Ozempic after revealing she’s 'under 100 pounds'
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Sharon Osbourne regrets losing 'too much' weight on Ozempic after revealing she’s 'under 100 pounds'

The TV personality opened up about how she lost 'too much' weight after she began using the drug Ozempic

Sharon Osbourne has opened up about her regrets the weight she's lost from using controversial drug, Ozempic.

In an interview with Daily Mail, the TV personality revealed that food had always been the thing she had struggled with the most.

This resulted in her gaining weight, and she eventually turned to the drug Ozempic - which is intended for those who suffer from Type 2 Diabetes, but often used for weight loss management - to help her.

She said: "I was never a druggie. When Ozzy and I were first together, I’d try to keep up with his drinking, but I was useless. One wine gum and I’m on the floor."

She added: "No, my weakness has always been food. When I’m happy, I eat. When I’m sad, I eat. I was a pig. At my heaviest, I weighed 225lb — that’s just over 16 stone. And I’m only 5ft 2in. I weighed more than my husband."

This led the TV personality to make a drastic decision to change her lifestyle, including losing a lot of weight.

She said: "So, I made it my business to lose almost half my body weight.

Sharon Osbourne has opened up about her weight loss journey.
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"The result was that I had flesh hanging everywhere. My breasts were flat and sagging."

Osbourne said that she underwent a series of cosmetic procedures which included a browlift and facelift, then liposuction, breast enhancements, a tummy tuck, and implants on her bum.

But things were still not quite where she wanted them to be, and she began using Ozempic.

Ozempic is used by a lot of celebrities for a quick solution to weight loss, however, it has been reported there are some dangerous side effects, with people having even died from using it.

Osbourne said: "Last December, I resorted to injecting myself with Ozempic, a semaglutide that fools the brain into thinking you’re not hungry. I lost 42lb — that’s 3st — but it was too much."

She said that she regrets losing 'too much' weight.
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"The star explained that she now struggles to put the weight back on after taking the medication.

She said: "Now, I weigh just over 7st. I need to put on 10lb, but however much I eat, I stay the same weight."

After a long journey with her body image, Osbourne said that she is now feeling more at ease with how she looks.

Osbourne explained that she may never be completely happy, but she is now done with taking measures to change it.

She said: "I don’t think I’ll ever be happy with the way I look. But I’m now satisfied. It’s taken years for me to say this but I’ve learned my lesson. This is me. It’s finally time to leave well alone."

Topics: Celebrity, UK News, Drugs, Mental Health