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No more tears for Mr. and Mrs. Osbourne. 

Nearly five months after Sharon Osbourne told her Talk audience, "I can't keep living like this" and confirmed her split from husband Ozzy Osbourneafter 33 years of marriage, the television personality has changed her tune. 

"I adore Ozzy," she told The Sun. Two months after reports emerged of Ozzy's alleged affair with celebrity hairstylist Michelle Pugh, Ozzy said on Good Morning America that his marriage was "back on track."

By early August, Sharon revealed that her husband had been suffering from sex addiction for six years and had already spent several months seeking treatment in an outpatient program. 

"He's working at it," she told her audience at the time. "It's hard because it affects the whole family. And it's quite embarrassing to talk about."

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Today, Sharon is keeping her calm. "I am trying to learn—I try to not let things faze me. Before I was like [she makes a loud roar], 'How dare they this and how dare they that,'" she told the newspaper. 

"I was riled up at the slightest thing and then you realise as you get older that all these things aren't really important."

 

After three decades at Ozzy's side, Sharon acknowledges she's certainly evolved. "You change and you grow and the things that rattled your cage 13 years ago don't rattle your cage anymore," she said. 

Following a 2015 breakdown and recent drama with her longtime partner, the Talk co-host now feels back in charge. 

"I'm in a really good place because I'm in control of my life," Sharon added. "Look around—a house full of lovely people, working with lovely people, got a great family. I'm blessed."

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