Sharon Osbourne has spoken to TV's "Extra" about the reports that she cheated on her husband, Ozzy Osbourne, with his guitarist during the early '80s, Randy Rhoads.
On her show talk show, Osbourne said, "So it comes out now, and it is all twisted and people are saying I cheated on my husband."
"Extra" went straight to Osbourne to let her set the record straight. She says, "Yes, I do want to set it straight. Before my husband and I actually were engaged, before we were married, I had a great friendship, as did my husband, with Randy." However, she says, "I definitely wasn't married to my husband at the time. Randy died before my husband and I were married."
Osbourne addresses the rumors and shares the whole story on "The Sharon Osbourne Show" Friday (Dec. 5), where she's joined by guests Jessica Alba, Billy Bob Thornton, Jami Gertz, and Donna Summer.
Check out the "Extra" segment on Sharon Osbourne in Real Media format by clicking here.
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