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While she's publicly endured brutal breakups, drug-addiction, and career bombs, Osbourne is no shrinking violet. Thanks to the extreme stress of shooting the show, the emotional-eater's weight was already fast coming under the critical eye of the media, and she knew it.This star has overcome each and every obstacle, emerging brighter than ever (with the ever-changing hair color to match). She said in that same Rolling Stone interview, "a lot of people think I'm really fat," as was evidenced by a Sharon Osbourne was diagnosed with colorectal cancer in July 2002, just months before her daughter turned 19.In general, she avoids comparing herself to others, focusing instead on the best version of herself. "I never thought in a million years I'd be that healthy girl who wakes up every morning to exercise.And if she's been craving something like mad (yes, pizza, we see you)? After being called 'cherubic and chubby,' I'm rocking a bikini!And she would break off a second engagement – this time to Matthew Mosshart in 2014. Sometimes the bad things that happen in life aren't really bad at all, especially when you learn something from it!
In what would be a serendipitous partnership, she was paired with professional dancer Louis van Amstel. Osbourne and van Amstel snagged third in the finals, but she credits her partner with more than just killer moves.She proves that with just a few dedicated changes, you can boost your confidence, health, And as MTV's highest rated show to date, we loved it. That news, on top of the relentless pressures of Hollywood, proved too much for the celebrity teen to bear.With that brassy wit, and the bankroll to boot, we couldn't get enough of this badass rocker chick from across the pond. Constant scrutiny of her weight threw her into a whirlwind of crash dieting, self-loathing, and drug abuse.At 24, and with a renewed sense of purpose, she was crushing it.The multi-talented star took hosting gigs around the world, along with acting roles, radio spots, magazine columns, music writing, theater, film, and TV gigs.