Sharon Osbourne showed off her new face-lift on “The Talk's” Season 10 premiere.
“It was five weeks today that I had my operation,” she said. “I had my neck done, my jowls... He kind of pulled it from the top of my head and put an elastic band in it. But everything was just lifted up. So it looks more refreshed.”
How is she feeling? “I feel okay,” she told her co-hosts, adding, “Still a little bit of pain. But you can’t complain when you wanted to do it.”
Dr. Julie Edween, who has not treated Sharon, told us that facial rejuvenation addressing the face and neck can cost a minimum of $28,000 to $35,000 in Beverly Hills. Doctors to the stars, however, often charge $45,000 to $120,000 for face and neck lifts.
“Extra’s” Billy Bush and Jennifer Lahmers took a look back at Sharon’s pictures over the years after the big reveal. Watch!
On "The Talk" in May, she warned fans she would be going under the knife, revealing, “My next surgery’s booked. I’m having it in August, so when we come back to film in September, I will have a new face.”
She joked, “I’ll look like I used a new cream.”
When fellow co-host Carrie Ann Inaba pointed out that she likes “this face,” Sharon answered, “You’re just used to it. You’ll like the new one.”
Why did she first decide to undergo plastic surgery? “I didn’t want to look like my mom," she explained, "because I looked like my mom.”
Last year, the 66-year-old laughed off new rumors that she had gotten plastic surgery. She said on an episode of "The Talk," “They got this so messed up. I must have had that new face and chin maybe four, five years [ago]... It was new say, five years ago, because I remember I woke up and Ozzy had got my phone and he’d taken pictures of me in recovery, and I had all these bandages and [my face was] bruised, and [swollen]... and so it’s like, they just got it wrong.”
Osbourne went on to emphasize that she wouldn’t be able to undergo plastic surgery without taking more than a month off from “The Talk.” She shared, “The thing is, it takes at least six weeks for the bruising to go (down) so you don’t look like you’ve been beaten up, and then your face looks like a new pair of boots, you can’t move it, you know... ? Like, it’s so stiff it hurts...”
She has noted in the past that she “would tell you all” when she went under the knife again. Looks like she kept her word!