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2013-06-24 20:25
Ozzy Osbourne Sharon Osbourne
Los Angeles - Ozzy Osbourne reportedly wants to renew his wedding vows to wife Sharon.

The couple has endured a turbulent few months and was living apart for a period after Ozzy relapsed into drug and alcohol abuse.

Although Sharon stopped living with the Black Sabbath singer she supported him as he got sober again and made it clear she still loved him and had no intention of getting divorced.

The 64-year-old rocker - who has been sober for over 90 days - now wants to show Sharon, 60, how much he loves her and thinks a commitment ceremony would be the ideal way.


A source told US OK! magazine: "Ozzy feels reborn and wants to show Sharon how grateful he is that she stood by him. He tells everyone that he would be dead right now if she wasn't his wife."

The rocker is believed to be considering the Hawaiian island of Maui as the location for the ceremony.

Sharon was devastated when her spouse of over 30 years fell off the wagon earlier this year but Ozzy has now left the Beverly Hills Hotel where he was staying and recently moved back into the family home.

The couple has three children, Kelly, 28, Jack, 27, and Aimee, 29, together.

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