Ozzy Osbourne Reveals He ‘Just Can’t Walk Much Now’

The Prince of Darkness’ poor condition could lead to the cancelation of his planned tour dates next year.

Musician Ozzy Osbourne appears at a signing during 2022 Comic-Con International Day 2 at the San Diego Convention Center on July 22, 2022 in San Diego, California. Osbourne collaborated with artist Todd McFarlane on a new comic, Patient Number 9. (Photo by Daniel Knighton/Getty Images)

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In 2017, Black Sabbath concluded its career with the final dates on a tour named “The End.” Sadly, it looks like the end may also be near for the singer of the heavy-metal pioneers, Ozzy Osbourne.

The Prince of Darkness recently divulged on SiriusXM that he’s having terrible trouble walking, according to Yahoo! Entertainment. Ozzy Osbourne’s poor condition could lead to the cancelation of his planned tour dates next year.

From what the heavy-metal icon supposedly claimed, it appears he hasn’t fully recovered after undergoing spinal surgery more than a half-year ago.

“It is so f***ing tough because, I mean, I want to be out there,” Osbourne reportedly said. “I want to be doing it. This f***ing surgery this guy did. F***ing hell, you have no idea.”

“The thing is my head is all right, my creativity is OK, my singing OK but I just can’t f***ing walk much now,” he said, according to the Yahoo! report.

(If you’re not familiar with Ozzy Osbourne, his copious use of the F-word isn’t unusual. Check out old episodes of the reality-TV show The Osbournes for proof.)

Ozzy Osbourne Isn’t Ready to Say ‘The End’ Just Yet

The 74-year-old added that he’s aware of his physical ailments because he isn’t yet experiencing severe effects from Parkinson’s disease. Osbourne got that diagnosis in February 2019.

Ozzy Osbourne didn’t inform the public about his Parkinson’s disease diagnosis until February 2020, at which point he nixed the remainder of his North American tour for that year.

Despite his health problems, the heavy-metal singer still managed to perform numerous times this year.

To the surprise of many, Osbourne reappeared onstage with Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi to perform at the closing ceremony of the 2022 Commonwealth Games. The international multi-sport event took place over the summer in Birmingham, England, where Osbourne spent his childhood.

Just three months ago, he took the stage at SoFi Stadium, near Los Angeles, for a special halftime performance at the Los Angeles Rams versus the Buffalo Bills game.

His recently released album, Patient Number 9, is in contention for a Grammy Award, in the Best Rock Album category.

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