BOSTON, June 20, 2012 – I’ve been searching for the right words ever since I saw a clip of Sharon Osbourne breaking down in tears on “The Talk”. Sharon was distraught over her son Jack Osbourne being diagnosed with MS. It was a heartbreaking moment.
Sharon shared that she felt guilty and wondered what she did when she was pregnant that caused her son to get MS years later. No compassionate person would throw guilt at Sharon. MS is a horrible disease and Sharon & Jack’s fans are behind them with love & prayers.
Regular readers of Geno’s World know that I haven’t always been positive in my stories on Sharon. I have written posts of how Sharon turned her back on her friends Holly Robinson Peete & Leah Remini. I’ve been told by an insider that Sharon wasn’t a fan of talking about Autism on “The Talk” and found it “boring”, even though it is a passionate cause of Holly Robinson Peete.
Ironically, who was Holly’s #1 donor to her HollyRod Autism charity last year? According to a tweet by Holly, it was Sharon Osbourne. So it’s obvious that Sharon has a compassionate and soft side to her.
So now that Sharon’s family has been hit with MS, will “The Talk” audience find it “boring” for Sharon to talk about MS? Hell no. MS affects so many families. So many people will learn so much from following Jack’s progress through Sharon’s words on “The Talk”.
It’s important for stars to use their platforms to talk about Cancer, Aids, Autism, MS, Hunger, Gay Rights, Bullying and so many other important issues. Do kids go to Lady Gaga concerts and boo her when she urges them to fight for gay rights? I think not.
All my love and prayers go to Sharon, Jack and their families. A big cheer to Sharon for talking so openly and honestly about her situation and feelings. I hope this will open Sharon’s eyes to other causes. They aren’t boring. Spread the word Sharon & keep donating to great causes like HollyRod. And please don’t ignore Autism on “The Talk”.
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