What color is this dress?
Even celebrities are weighing in, with many being Team #whiteandgold.
Read some of their responses, and then find out what color "science" says it is:
But he also has a little trick up his sleeve. He has one of the biggest crowd of cheerleaders rooting him on each week!
After shaking his booty to the cha cha, he and his partner Cheryl Burke posed with the family for a picture, and it's basically The Osbournes reunion we've all been waiting for!!
It's so great to see how well everyone is doing and we're SO SO happy to see smiles all across the board!
And of course, hopefully we'll be seeing Jack do his thing for many more weeks to come!!
Check out Jack's Week 3 performance HERE!!!
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The definition of a good daughter!
The TV personality told Cosmo UK:
Kelly Osbourne fully supports her mom's decision to have a preventative double mastectomy. We mean, why wouldn't she?
Anyone who would disagree with this isn't in their right mind. As you know, Sharon elected to have the procedure done when it was found that she had the gene for breast cancer. Having already had one type of cancer, she didn't want to risk it.
Here's what Kelly had to say about her mom:
We hope everything is okay!
Ozzy was spotted walking to a medical centre in Beverly Hills — for reasons unknown. Could it be a check up? An upset tummy (maybe he ate a bat that isn't sitting well with him - LOLz!)?
Maybe the doctor's office just has the brand of suckers he likes, so he goes in once a week pretending to have headaches or something!
Whatever it is, we don't want it to be serious. We love the Osbournes — and want all of them to be happy and healthy!
Feel better, Ozzy!
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Usually that's par for the course — if you have a major diagnosis, you get a second opinion just in case.
Here's what the legendary rocker had to say:
"I want Jack to go for a second opinion as I was misdiagnosed with MS a few years ago - it took them six months to work out that I have a rare hereditary tremor, called Parkin Syndrome."
"Mum took it really quite hard; my uncle on her side has MS and, the way my mum is, she thinks that somehow it's her fault. Both my parents were handling it way worse than I was; they were pretty shaken up about the whole thing."
A second opinion couldn't hurt, Jack!
While we're sure your docs are capable, mistakes do happen — just ask your dad.
We're thinking about you!
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This clip from the Talk is hard to watch (above), because as Sharon reveals Jack's issue and thanks everyone for the support she overflows with emotion and the tears take hold.
This is so sad, so scary, and so wrong — Jack is a great guy and a new father.
The Osbournes are amazing people, and we hope they can stay strong.
They're all in our thoughts.
Sharon, this is NOT your fault!
We were so shocked to hear that Jack Osbourne has been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis — a devastation diagnosis just weeks after his daughter was born.
It's not just tough on him, though, it's also been tough on his family.
Here's what Sharon, his mom, had to say about the horrible news:
“I keep thinking, ‘What did I do wrong? What did I eat or drink when I was pregnant?’ I feel like it’s somehow my fault. He’s my baby, my youngest… I just want to take it away from him.”
She didn't do ANYTHING wrong, and it's killing us to see a family so struck.
Even Ozzy had some things to say:
“The diagnosis got me angry, because of all the people I know, and not just because he’s my son, Jack doesn’t deserve it. If it was me, you’d think, ‘Ozzy had a reputation and it caught up with him,’ but Jack doesn’t deserve it. He’s such a good guy. He’s looking at it as just one hurdle in his life. Jack is everything I ever wanted to be in a man. He’s my hero.”
Jack has even opened up a little bit more about how this all happened:
“I had to do some scuba diving at night in a cold lake. When I came out, I had a headache…The next day, the vision in my right eye started to go in and out of focus. There are four different kinds [of MS] and the one I have is relapsing and the most common, but least aggressive.”
We can't express how sorry we are that this is happening, Jack.
Let's hope you can find it in you to focus on your daughter, and live life to the fullest!
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