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It’s over for Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne — for real this time, maybe

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Say it isn't so.

Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne are disembarking the Crazy Train called love.

The 67-year-old Black Sabbath rocker and 63-year-old daytime talk show host have split after 33 years of marriage, multiple news outlets reported Sunday, though after the 2013 almost-split, we’re not sure the final nail has been put in that coffin.

A source told E! News that the Prince of Darkness will move out of the couple’s house temporarily while the Sun newspaper in London reported that he’s been staying in a SoCal hotel.

The reason for the split, unlike their rumored breakup in 2013, has nothing to do with booze or drugs. Instead, according to the Sun, Sharon dumped Ozzy after finding proof that he’s been having an affair with 45-year-old celebrity hair stylist Michelle Pugh.

“Sharon went ballistic with Ozzy and accused him of having the affair,” said a source close to the couple. “She said she had suspected something had been going on for some time and now had proof.”

Once detective Sharon found the evidence, “Ozzy was extremely sheepish and admitted being close to Michelle,” the source said. “It is likely Sharon has discovered calls and possibly meetings.”

The first couple of heavy metal were rumored to be headed toward Splitsville in 2013 after Ozzy admitted on Facebook that he’d been drinking and taking prescription drugs, but he’s stayed clean ever since, according to E!

Pugh, whose clients include Jennifer Lopez and Alicia Silverstone, two of the best heads of hair in the biz, has canceled a bunch of appointments and has taken leave from her L.A. salon, Meche, due to a “personal emergency,” according to the shop’s manager.

Sharon and Ozzy have three kids together — Aimee, 32, Kelly, 31, and Jack, 30, plus grandkids.

That said, we’ll believe it when we see the finalized divorce papers.

“Everything that has been printed in the tabloids has been distorted,” Sharon said on her show, The Talk, in 2013. “There’s always a little seed of truth to everything that gets reported, but then it gets very distorted.”

[Last modified: Monday, May 9, 2016 12:00pm]


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