Sharon Osbourne - Cut the Crap

Sharon Osbourne - Cut the Crap

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1 hour 30 minutes
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For over two decades, Sharon Osbourne has been a force to be reckoned with on our TV screens. Both on and off camera she’s had to battle the scrutiny that comes with life in the limelight - and has never been a stranger to controversy. Now she makes the leap to the stage - live and unleashed - in Sharon Osbourne - Cut The Crap!

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Sharon promises to reveal all about some of the hardest years of her eventful life - from the anguish of a broken marriage and heavy metal icon husband Ozzy’s infidelities to the constant spectre of drug abuse in her family, the loss of friends, betrayal by colleagues, and her ongoing battles with mental health issues. 

Sharon Osbourne - Cut the Crap

A huge TV star on both sides of the Atlantic from more than 20 years, Sharon Osbourne was a much loved judge and mentor on ITV’s The X Factor from its first series in 2004. On the 10th series her act Sam Bailey was the winner, marking Sharon’s first victory as a mentor. 

Sharon, her heavy metal icon husband Ozzy and their kids first burst onto our screens in 2002 in MTV’s ground-breaking fly-on-the-wall reality show, The Osbournes, which followed the family’s crazy life in Beverly Hills. 

In 2007 she joined the judging panel on the second season of America’s Got Talent, along with Piers Morgan and David Hasselhoff. 

Her first autobiography, Extreme was published in October 2005. It went to Number 1 on the Sunday Times Bestseller List, where it remained for 15 weeks and sold over 621,000 copies in hardback, becoming the biggest-selling autobiography since British records began.

In this not-to-be-missed LIVE experience audience members will be able to question Sharon directly about her and her extraordinary life as she really ‘Cuts The Crap’ live on stage.