Celebrity Plastic Surgery and Beauty Confessions

Osbourne also calls out Donald Trump, talks about her facelift and gives an update on Ozzy's health.

In her 10 years on "The Talk," star Sharon Osbourne has had 10 different cohosts -- but she only remembers nine of them.

Appearing on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Wednesday, the late night host put her on the spot, asking if she was able to name all of the current and former women who have sat beside her on the CBS morning show. It wasn't easy.

"Who's on the show now is Carrie Ann Inaba, Sheryl Underwood, me, Eve and Marie Osmond," she correctly responded. "Julie Chen, what was their name, Leah Remini. Holly Robertson Peete," she continued, getting Holly Robinson Peete's name slightly wrong. When Kimmel said there were still three more to go, she was shocked. "Three?! Get outta here," she said, "Was there really?"

With a hint from Kimmel, she remembered Sara Gilbert -- who just left the show last season -- before adding Ayesha Tyler. Even after Jimmy told her both the first letter and first two syllables of the final cohost's name, she was clueless. So, who'd she forget? Marissa Jaret Winokur, who only cohosted for the show's first season.

"Marissa's gonna be thrilled," quipped Kimmel, prompting a "You're bad" from Osbourne.

Addressing her faux pas at the very top of "The Talk" on Thursday, Osbourne cringed while calling it "embarrassing." She added, "10 years is a long time!"

During her lengthy interview with Kimmel, Osbourne tackled a few other topics as well -- including her recent facelift, which she debuted on her morning show's Season 10 premiere.

"It's so popular now for men and women to get facelifts that there's very few really good surgeons and there's so many people wanting it done, odds are you're going to get a dud," said Sharon, after Kimmel praised her work. "People's bone structure, it just doesn't ... I think too a lot of people go in to change too much and then it just doesn't work."

"He gave me a procedure where I didn't have anesthetic," she continued, before talking about the healing process. "You've got tubes coming out your head and these two rubber bowls the blood goes into. You have that for five days, so you look amazing, you look really really good."

Kimmel then asked about her husband Ozzy Osbourne's health, after he initially delayed his farewell tour due to the flu, before suffering additional ailments including pneumonia and a fall which resulted in surgery.

"He did one year [of the tour] and then he got flu, which led to pneumonia. This thing happens to so many people, but he gets up in the night, goes to the bathroom, comes back, falls on the rug and bashed his head on the side table," she continued. "Then he went this way and bashed his head on the post of our bed and down he went. He didn't put his hands down and he went face down, his neck went back and he had to have spinal surgery. He had metal rods in his body and the fall pushed the rods through his bones, so he had to have three major operations."

"I tell you what, Ozzy the other today, put together an x-ray of his upper chest and neck and no wonder they call him iron man," she continued. "He's got bolts, he's got so much metal in his body, it's frightening." She added that he's "getting a lot better, but it's been a very very hard year."

Sharon also revealed she'd be down to do a "one off" reunion special of their MTV reality series, "The Osbournes," would love to see "The End of the F---ing World" star Jessica Barden play her in a biopic and reacted to Donald Trump sharing a video that featured Ozzy's song, "Crazy Train"

"Can you believe it?" she exclaimed, saying he did not request permission for the track. "He does it all the time. Everybody says you can never use my music, we don't want it and the thing is, if you just used it once, by the time we try and sue, it costs us a fortune, you get nothing so he keeps doing it."

The onetime "Celebrity Apprentice" star added that Trump probably wouldn't talk to her if she ever reached out about to him about the usage. "He's too busy talking to John Legend's wife," she joked. "He ain't got time for me."

"The Talk" airs daily on CBS.

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