Sharon Osbourne Recalls Having an 'I Want It Now' Attitude with Weight Loss Injections: 'I Don’t Regret It'

“If I could, I’d put back another 10 [lbs.],” said Sharon Osbourne, who lost over 40 lbs. on Ozempic

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Sharon Osbourne

Sharon Osbourne is standing by her decision to use the popular weight loss injections despite losing more weight than she expected.

On Monday, during an appearance on the U.K. talk show Loose Women, the 71-year-old opened up about her desire to gain back some of the weight she’s lost. However, she has no regrets about using the weight loss aids in the first place.

“I don’t regret it. Everything with weight with me was, ‘I want it now,’” she explained. “The injections that I was on worked, but it just seems that now I can’t put anything on really.”

Osbourne explained that her weight has always fluctuated and she’s lost over 40 lbs. from the injections after they changed the way she eats. She admitted that she’s now been struggling to gain some of the weight back.

“If I could, I’d put back another 10 [lbs.],” she said.

“I’m just an ordinary person who got lucky and I didn’t take advantage of that. I never want to forget that I am blessed and been really lucky in my life,” Osbourne added.

Related: Sharon Osbourne Says She ‘Didn’t Want to Go This Thin’ After Taking Ozempic: ‘It’s Just Time to Stop’

Back in November 2023, the Talk UK host spoke to the Daily Mail and revealed that she now weighs under 100 lbs. after using Ozempic, an FDA-approved prescription medication for people with type 2 diabetes.

It's one of the brand names for semaglutide — also known as Wegovy — which works in the brain to impact satiety, and is the latest Hollywood weight loss trend.

“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 lbs., and I don’t want to be,” she told the outlet. “Be careful what you wish for.”

“I started on Ozempic last December and I’ve been off it for a while now, but my warning is don’t give it to teenagers, it’s just too easy,” she said. “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 lbs. and I can’t afford to lose any more.”

Although she’s lost more weight than expected, Osbourne is still not concerned about what critics might say about her new appearance, adding that she’s “paid a fortune to try and look attractive.”

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

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Sharon Osbourne

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Osbourne first shared in September 2023 that she believed she lost too much weight on Ozempic.

“I didn’t want to go this thin. It just happened,” she said during an appearance on Piers Morgan Uncensored with husband Ozzy, 75, and children Jack, 38, and Kelly, 39. (The couple also share daughter Aimee, 40.)

“You can’t stay on it forever,” she said at the time. “I lost 42 pounds now and it’s just enough.”

The Osbourne matriarch told Morgan that “it’s just time to stop” losing weight, especially after struggling with the nausea side effect while taking the weekly injections.

“You don’t throw up physically but you have got that feeling,” she explained. “I was about two three weeks where I felt nauseous the whole time. You get very thirsty and you don’t eat. That’s why I say you have to keep this stuff away from younger people. They will go berserk on it and it’s not right.”

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