Ozzy Osbourne admits to regularly wetting himself onstage

Ozzy Osbourne has confessed to regularly wetting himself onstage in front of thousands of fans.

Ozzy and his wife, Sharon, and children, Kelly and Jack, regularly open up about their lives on the weekly podcast, The Osbournes.

During the latest podcast episode, the family were discussing recent news that a pair of Queen Victoria’s underwear had recently been placed up for auction.

Sharon then revealed that she once owned a number of items worn by Marilyn Monroe, including a dress, a pair of shoes and a handbag.

“When I was onstage, I used to go, ‘Oh, f*** it,’ and just piss, ‘cause I was wet anyway from throwing water around,” said Ozzy, who would often spray the audience with water guns or dump large buckets of water on them.

Jack then questioned what the difference was between owning Monroe’s items and owning Queen Victoria’s, to which Sharon laughed that Monroe likely didn’t “fart” in any of them.

Ozzy then jumped in saying that Queen Victoria was likely “incontinent,” which then led to his own surprising revelation.

“When I was onstage, I used to go, ‘Oh, f — it,’ and just piss, ’cause I was wet anyway from throwing water around.”

Meanwhile, Ozzy’s confession comes after he and his wife revealed that they hope to die “via euthanasia”.

Back in 2007, the pair said in an interview that they had “drawn up plans”.

“Ozzy and I have absolutely come to the same decision,” she told The Mirror at the time. “We believe 100 per cent in euthanasia so have drawn up plans to go to the assisted suicide flat in Switzerland if we ever have an illness that affects our brains. If Ozzy or I ever got Alzheimer’s, that’s it – we’d be off.”

When their son, Jack, quizzed them earlier this month about their remarks, Sharon confirmed their minds hadn’t changed.

“Do you think that we’re gonna suffer?” Sharon asked, before laughing. To Jack’s proposal that “we [are] already all suffering”, she continued: “Yes, we all are, but I don’t want it to actually hurt, as well.

“Mental suffering is enough pain without physical. So if you’ve got mental and physical, see ya.”

Sharon has strong opinions on the matter after she was forced to watch her father, music manager Don Arden, suffer from Alzheimer’s disease before his death in 2007.

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