Sharon Osbourne hints her famous family may revive hit reality show The Osbournes over 15 years after series' end

SHARON Osbourne has admitted her family "never say never" when it comes to a possible reboot of their MTV reality show.

The Osbournes aired between 2002 and 2005 and introduced the world to Black Sabbath frontman Ozzy, his wife and manager Sharon, and two of their three children, Jack, 35, and sister Kelly, 36; eldest daughter Aimee was never on screen.

But despite years of rumors they may be reboot the show for a new audience, Mrs O has admitted no decision have yet been made.

"We’ve gone back and forth and back and forth on it,” the TV host and reality judge told Hollywood Life.

“You never say never.”

Kelly spoke of a possible reboot in 2019, admittng that if the show were ro come back it would be on a smaller scale but more real than today's scriped reality shows.

She told The Mirror: "We would never film it the way reality TV is filmed now. We would go back to the way we did it where it is what really happened and you have cameras in your house 24/7 because we don’t do well scripted."

Sharon, meanwhile, was recently forced to isolate alone following her diagnosis with Covid.

The TV host was briefly hospitalized with the virus and recovered away from her husband, Ozzy Osbourne, who is at higher risk of suffering complications related to Covid.

The Black Sabbath rocker, 72, has Parkinson's Disease and has been battling the debilitating condition since 2019.

Sharon documented her reunion with Ozzy and their five dogs at the end of December with a sweet post.

Sharing a snap of her husband wearing a mask on the sofa alongside their dogs, she wrote: "Got the OK to go home after two negative test results and look at the joy waiting for me!

"So grateful to be home for the holidays and thank you all so much for your love and support… Stay safe and wishing you the happiest of holidays."


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