SHARON OSBOURNE's Dad To Appear On Second Season Of "THE OSBOURNES"

According to the TV show Extra, the second season of The Osbournes will see the addition of a new family member to the reality sitcom—Sharon Osbourne's dad Don Arden. This latest development will come as a surprise to many, seeing as Sharon and her father had been estranged for years after Sharon took over from Arden as Ozzy Osbourne's manager in 1982.

As the story goes, when Sharon asked her father if she could become Ozzy's manager, Don refused, so Sharon had to buy out Ozzy's management contract for approximately $1.5 million. This business deal caused a bitter rift between father and daughter and created a huge financial burden for Sharon, who says she was broke for many years until she and Ozzy made enough money to get out of debt.

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