Sharon Osbourne Admits She's 'Very, Very Sad' About Son Jack's Nasty Divorce

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Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:44 a.m. ET

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Sharon Osbourne is having a very hard time getting over her son Jack's nasty recent divorce.

"I'm sad. I'm very very sad. She's a good girl. And the thing is it just didn't work," the TV host, 65, admitted during a shocking appearance on The Stern Show this morning, September 4.

"They love each other but they can't live with each other," she added, speaking of Jack Osbourne, 32, and the mother of his children, Lisa Stelly.

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As readers know, Lisa, 32, filed for divorce on May 18, citing "irreconcilable differences." Fans were heartbroken and confused, as the former pair seemed happy and in love all over social media.

Making the split even more shocking, Lisa gave birth to their third child just three months before the breakup. 

Lisa and Jack assured fans in a joint statement that they "absolutely" still loved each other and would continue to co-parent their kids after seven years together.

While the split appeared amicable at first, Jack was accused of punching Lisa's new boyfriend just weeks later. Though police took a report, he was not charged with any crime in the fight.

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