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Following significant surgery, Ozzy Osbourne has "improved quite considerably."

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Ozzy Osbourne claims that following undergoing major surgery, his health has significantly improved.

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The 73-year-old heavy metal singer-songwriter, who announced in January 2020 that he has Parkinson's disease, spoke openly about his recovery during a Wednesday visit on "Good Morning America" with his wife Sharon, 69.

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He slouched in his chair and said to correspondent Chris Connelly, "Before I would be talking to you like this.

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The former star of "The Osbournes" continued, "Since I had this operation, I have greatly improved."

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The former "The Talk" host stated, "These metal plates were working their way out." "His spinal cord was being rubbed by the debris. Some days, he would be so in anguish that he would actually cry."

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Over the years, the former Black Sabbath frontman has battled a variety of medical conditions. He nearly lost his life in an ATV accident in 2003 when his quad overturned as he was riding it around his London estate.

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In 2019, Ozzy underwent surgery as well after taking a nasty fall. "I had to have surgery in my neck, which twisted all my nerves," he said to Connelly.

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The musician described his current mobility as "not fantastic."

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"Everywhere I go, I have to haggle, and I get tired easily. But I'm fine. While I've been ill, my family has been just amazing "Ozzy threw in.

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Sharon jokingly said, "He's been a pain in the butt." From sad to soul-crushing to the joys of his recovery, everything.

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