Sharon Osbourne on her ‘I want it now’ attitude toward Ozempic: ‘I don’t regret it’

Sharon Osbourne has no regrets about turning to Ozempic despite not being able to gain weight back.

The “Osbournes” alum, who lost 40 pounds using the weight-loss injections, is overall happy with the results because of her quick-fix attitude.

“I don’t regret it. Everything with weight with me was, ‘I want it now,’” she explained on UK talk show “Loose Women” Monday.

“The injections that I was on worked, but it just seems that now I can’t put anything on really.”

Osbourne, 71, said she wishes she could add 10 pounds back to her frame but has been unable to do so.

The former reality TV star admitted in May that she took the jab for four months in an effort to drop 30 pounds — and experienced horrific side effects.

Everything with weight with me was, ‘I want it now,’” she said on “Loose Women.” ITV / Loose Women

“I was very sick for a couple of months,” she shared on “The Talk.”

“The first couple of months, I just felt nauseous. Every day I felt nauseous, my stomach was upset, whatever.”

Six months later, Osbourne revealed she weighed under 100 pounds.

She said she still can’t put weight back on even though she wishes she would gain 10 pounds. Dave Benett/Getty Images

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“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.

“Be careful what you wish for.”

“Be careful what you wish for,” the reality star shared previously.

Osbourne warned against given the drug to teenagers because it’s “too easy” to abuse.

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

The “Osbournes” alum said she weighs under 100 pounds. Getty Images

The former “Talk” co-host revealed that even her husband, Ozzy Osbourne, wasn’t a fan of her slimmer frame.

“Ozzy doesn’t like it. He thinks something is going to happen to me. It’s too good to be true,” Sharon admitted on “Good Morning Britain.” 

The Black Sabbath rocker, 75, has been dealing with health issues of his own and said in November he feels he has just 10 years left to live.