Despite the fact that Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne have lived in California for years, the famous couple put their 11,565-square-foot, six-bedroom, 11-bathroom Los Angeles home they’ve owned since 2015 on the market for $18 million July, according to The Dirt. While their neighbors may have wondered if they would just move to a new and fabulous home in the area, the Osbournes announced that they are indeed leaving the United States. Their intention is to return to Britain, where they are originally from, and it turns out they have more than one reason for doing so.
The music industry icon first told The Guardian that the violence in the US has sparked her desire to leave the country where she has been living and working for years. He explained: “It’s all bloody ridiculous. I’m sick of people getting killed every day.”
On top of that, following Sharon’s departure from The Talk in the US, a new gig awaits the family back home in the UK. In fact, not only will the Osbournes return to their homeland, but we’re also returning to television in a very familiar yet entirely new way.
The Osbournes have a new reality TV show
The Osbournes are returning to reality TV. The BBC has announced that when Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne return to the UK, the couple will live in their home called Welders House, a listed historic property, according to NME. There, cameras will follow the famous family as they make their way from the California coast to inland Buckinghamshire. BBC Documentaries Director Clare Sillery told NME in a statement: “Twenty years ago the Osbournes left the UK to live in LA. I left it all those years ago.”
In fact, “Home to Roost” will be the name of the reality show, according to Rolling Stone. The show, starring Ozzy and Sharon’s daughter Kelly, will share special moments with viewers, including celebrating the matriarch’s 70th birthday, the rock star’s tour and even a grandchild along the way.
While discussing the family’s return to reality TV following their original hit show The Osbournes, which aired from 2002 to 2005, the creative directors of the company producing the new project also released a statement to Rolling Stone and said: “Twenty years ago they made television for us all – now they come home at a different stage in their lives, but with a promise to laugh, love and cry the same.”