Sharon Osbourne: 'I think of The Queen when having sex with Ozzy'

Ozzy won't miss Late Show with David Letterman for sex

Sharon Osbourne: 'I think of The Queen when having sex with Ozzy'

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Sharon Osbourne has revealed that "she lies back and thinks of The Queen" when having sex with her husband, Black Sabbath's Ozzy Osbourne.

If you haven't retched at the thought of that lovely image, then Sharon goes on to explain the couple's sexual relationship. Word of warning, those with a nervous disposition, please look away now.

Sharon Osbourne told The Sun all about her and Ozzy's bedroom secrets and revealed that they fit their time in the sack around their favourite television programmes.

She said: "We have sex at a particular time. Ozzy loves David Letterman. We lie in bed and watch it and he says, 'Oh we've got time before Letterman's monolouge'."

The former X-Factor judge then added that she "lies back and thinks of The Queen", when Ozzy is working his magic between the sheets. Poor Ozzy, you might think. Especially since it's in stark contrast to how he once described sex with Sharon.

The Black Sabbath singer admitted that he could "pump away on top of Sharon like a road drill all night" because he used to neck four Viagra tablets.

Last month it was announced Black Sabbath have re-worked their summer reunion gigs. The reformed group will still headline Download festival on June 10, but have replaced many of their previously announced European festival dates with Ozzy & Friends gigs.

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