Digital Spy is reporting that Sharon Osbourne has turned down a £5 million (approximately $8.7 million) offer to make a film about her life story.Two Hollywood studios were bidding to buy the movie rights to Osbourne's autobiography "Extreme". However, Sharon decided that she did not wish to open old family wounds. "The book was hard to write," Osbourne told the Sunday Mirror. "And I feel the book covered it all." Sharon's husband Ozzy has admitted that he struggled with her decision to write the book and has not read it. Osbourne is rumoured to have accepted a £2 million (approximately $3.5 million) deal to host a new teatime talk show for the U.K.'s ITV.
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