During the most recent episode of The Osbournes Podcast, Ozzy Osbourne revealed he doesn’t worry about his life ending as he used to back when he was younger. The Osbournes recently released the second episode of their podcast series and discussed many topics, from retirement to joining a cult.
While the rocker was chatting about surgeries with Sharon Osbourne, the topic switched to old age, and Ozzy said the following about the end of his life:
“I used to worry about my life ending far more when I was younger than I do now because I know it’s gonna end. I still think that I’m a young guy in the respect of [people saying] ‘Oh, he sounds like he’s 83,’ and I go, ‘F*ck yeah.’”
After Jack Osbourne shared that he had been to Willie Nelson’s 90th birthday recently, the rocker continued:
“That’s what I’m saying; it’s only like 17 years away from me. But I’m saying when I heard on the news, I saw a guy died, or somebody died at the age of 18, and I’m like, ‘F*ck, that’s old.’ And I gotta stop thinking, I’m actually 74 this year, [Nelson is] six years older than me. Poor old Jeff Beck died at 79. So I don’t think about my own age.”
The old age has started to impact Osbourne’s life even more, especially with Parkinson’s disease. The rocker had to cancel many shows due to his body giving out, but despite many challenges, Osbourne still refuses to retire. Although at the beginning of the year the rocker announced that he would be retiring, a few months later, he stated that he would still be doing shows, claiming that it’s not a job but a passion.
Below, you can see the second episode of The Osbournes.