‘Gaunt’ Sharon Osbourne admits she’s ‘under 100 pounds’ after using Ozempic

Sharon Osbourne doesn’t want to lose more weight after dropping below 100 pounds with a little help from the trendy drug Ozempic.

“I’m too gaunt, and I can’t put any weight on. I want to because I feel I’m too skinny. I’m under 100 pounds, and I don’t want to be,” the TV star admitted to the Daily Mail in an interview published Friday. “Be careful what you wish for.”

Osbourne, 71, explained that she started using the diabetes-turned-weight-loss medication in December 2022 but has been “off it for a while now.”

“My warning is don’t give it to teenagers. It’s just too easy,” she cautioned.

“You can lose so much weight, and it’s easy to become addicted to that, which is very dangerous. I couldn’t stop losing weight, and now I’ve lost 42 pounds and I can’t afford to lose any more.”

Sharon Osbourne said she looks “too gaunt” now that she weighs fewer than 100 pounds.
Osbourne lost 42 pounds after going on Ozempic for a few months.

The “Osbournes” star noted that she has no interest in hearing criticism over her frail appearance.

“I don’t care what people say about the way I look,” she shared. “I know I look gaunt, and I know everything that goes along with it. And I did it.”

Nevertheless, Osbourne — who has been open about her past struggles with an eating disorder and use of plastic surgery for weight loss — said she has “paid a fortune” to look “attractive.”

“I was never a beauty. I was never blessed that way. I was blessed with a pair of balls instead of great t-ts!” she said.

“I’m too gaunt, and I can’t put any weight on. I want to because I feel I’m too skinny,” she told the Daily Mail.

The former “X Factor” judge first revealed last month that she felt too thin after losing 30 pounds from the injectable drug taking Hollywood by storm.

“It’s just time to stop. I didn’t actually want to go this thin, but it just happened,” she said on TalkTV’s “Piers Morgan Uncensored” at the time.

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She added, “I’ll probably put it all on again soon!”

Osbourne’s weight dwindled over the course of four months, during which she felt extreme nausea.

The “X Factor” alum warned teenagers to stay away from Ozempic, saying, “It’s easy to become addicted.”
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“I want to maintain at about 105 because I’m too skinny, but I’m trying to have a healthy balance,” she told E! News in September.

The former “The Talk” co-host noted that she weighed 230 pounds at her heaviest while discussing her unhealthy relationship with food.

“It’s a mental thing,” she shared. “Sometimes, I would eat to punish myself and then I wouldn’t eat to show that I had control of my life. I tried exercising, but I’m too lazy for that.”

Osbourne, seen here in 2020, has struggled with an eating disorder and body image issues.
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The former “The Talk” co-host, seen here in 2021, previously shared that she was her heaviest at 230 pounds.
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To aid in her weight loss, Osbourne underwent gastric band surgery in 1999 to suppress her appetite, as well as a sleeve gastrectomy, in which part of her stomach was separated and removed from her body.

“Everybody’s got something in life,” she said. “Mine was an eating disorder, and I’ve had it my entire life.”

As for others who choose to undergo weight-loss surgery or turn to weight-loss drugs and fad diets, she said, “Who cares.”

She is married to Ozzy Osbourne.
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The couple’s daughter Kelly, seen here with her parents and brother Jack in 2004, underwent gastric sleeve surgery in 2020.
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The British media personality’s daughter Kelly Osbourne, whom she shares with husband Ozzy Osbourne, revealed that she had also undergone gastric sleeve surgery to help her lose weight in 2020.

“I had surgery; I don’t give a f–k what anyone has to say,” Kelly, now 39, said on the “Hollywood Raw with Dax Holt and Adam Glyn” podcast at the time.

“I did it. I’m proud of it,” she said, adding that the procedure was the “best decision” she had ever made.