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Sharon Osbourne 'interviewing divorce lawyers'

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Sharon Osbourne 'interviewing divorce lawyers'

Sharon Osbourne is interviewing divorce lawyers.

The 63-year-old star recently kicked her husband Ozzy Osbourne, 67, out of their Los Angeles home after reportedly discovering he had been cheating on her with hairdresser Michelle Pugh and she is said to be taking steps to end their 33-year marriage.

According to TMZ, Sharon - who is also Ozzy's manager - has started researching lawyers in order to dissolve their personal assets.

However, their professional partnership appears to be solid for now as the pair reunited in Los Angeles on Thursday (12.05.16) for the Ozzfest meets Knotfest announcement.

Ozzy told E! News: "Our wives have been very important to us." And when asked if she is "still the boss," he replied, "Oh, yeah."

And despite announcing the end of their marriage earlier this week, 'The Talk' co-host Sharon insisted that their professional life will remain unchanged.

She told Entertainment Tonight: "It's business. This is my business, you know? This is what I do. People have forgotten, because they see me every day on the chat show, but this is still the other half of my life.

"This is what I do. It's what I've done my whole life. So, it's a huge part of who I am, you know.

"We've been working together, my lord, since '76. That's how long we've been working together. Before we were married. So, it's been a long time."

Ozzy added: "She's my right arm. She's everyone for me. She's great."

Sharon was supported by her daughter Kelly at the event where her interactions with Ozzy onstage were described as "polite but icy".

Sharon confirmed her split from the Black Sabbath rocker, whom she married in 1982, on her chat show 'The Talk' this week as she thanked fans for their support.

She said: "I'm 63 years of age, and I can't keep living like this ... I've been avoiding looking at any pictures or reading anything. I know what's going on. I don't need to read about or see about it. It's like putting salt in a wound. I don't need to ... He's back, and now I'm out of the house."