OZZY And SHARON Seek Counselling As Children Leave Home

IrishExaminer.com is reporting that Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne are so distraught about their three children leaving home, they've sought advice from TV counsellor Dr. Phil McGraw.

The couple's offspring — Aimee, 21, Kelly, 20, and Jack, 19 — have all moved out of their parents' home, leaving Ozzy and Sharon at a loss over what to do next with their lives.

So they've approached tough-talking McGraw for help, and his advice will air on an upcoming episode of their reality TV show "The Osbournes".

Sharon says: "For our last show in the series we've brought in some advice from Dr. Phil. Dr Phil is gonna come in and sort us out... I think that he is gonna help us out. He's gonna sort us out 'cause we don't know what to do without the kids."

Ozzy adds: "That'll be really interesting. He'll probably take five seconds. He'll say, 'You're all nuts, I'm leaving!'"


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