She is known for her love of going under the knife.
But Sharon Osbourne has voiced her disapproval of Bella Hadid’s recent revelation that she had a nose job at the age of 14, with the TV star calling the operation “irresponsible” and “ridiculous”.
During her debut appearance on the new TalkTV talk show, Sharon, 69, also opened up about her recent facelift, which she described as “excruciating” and noted how her family “hate” her latest procedure.
Have your say: Sharon Osbourne has voiced her disapproval of Bella Hadid’s recent revelation that she had a nose job at the age of 14, with the TV star calling the operation “irresponsible” and “ridiculous”.
Sharon returned to the screens on Monday night in a new UK News show, a year after her departure from CBS’ The Talk following an on-screen clash with co-star Sheryl Underwood.
And while Sharon has faced backlash over her comments on her former show, model Bella may not agree with Sharon’s verdict on going under the knife as a teenager.
Sharon opened her speech when she joined the panel to discuss plastic surgery, with the former X Factor star stating: “If there’s something you don’t like about the way you look and you have the ability to change it, if you’ve got the money, then do it!
“It’s your body, do what you want with it.
But she had mixed opinions when it came to Bella, commenting that it was “irresponsible” to allow her to get a nose job at such a young age.
Reaction: Sharon had mixed opinions when it came to Bella, commenting that it was “irresponsible” for her to be allowed to undergo rhinoplasty at such a young age. [Bella pictured pre-surgery with mum Yolada Hadid and step-dad David Foster]
She said: I think Bella Hadid getting her nose done at 14 is very irresponsible because your face hasn’t grown yet.
“I bet she had more than one because your face changes as you age so it’s ridiculous!”
Back in March, the 25-year-old model, who previously claimed she had no plastic surgery, revealed to Vogue that she had a nose job at just 14 – and now regrets it.
Bella also detailed her struggles with body image and mental health, admitting she always felt “ugly” and “uncool” compared to older sister Gigi, while reflecting on her struggles with anorexia and seeking treatment for depression.
Half-Dutch and half-Palestinian, Bella said of her plastic surgery: “I would like to keep the nose of my ancestors. I think I would grow up to it.’
Back: Sharon made her return to screens on Monday night in the new News UK network show [pictured with panelists Jeremy Kyle, JJ Anisiobi, Esther Krakue and Nicola Thorp
Having her say: Sharon said: ‘I bet she’s had more than one because your face changes as you get older, so that’s ridiculous!’
There aren’t specific laws surrounding cosmetic surgery in the States, but rhinoplasty can be performed when the nose has completed 90 percent of its growth, which can occur as early as age 13 in girls.
Meanwhile, Sharon was then asked about her love love of surgery, with the star remarking just how painful it was.
She explained: ‘I just had a whole face done seven months ago, as you get older the pain, it gets worst, believe me.
‘It was excruciatingly painful.’ The music manager then joked that she was ‘holding my nose on so it doesn’t fall off.’
Asked why she puts herself through it, she responded: ‘I do it for myself, my husband doesn’t like it, my kids hate it, I do it for my own ego.’
Fresh-faced: Bella revealed she had a nose job at the age of 14 (pictured left prior to the surgery in 2010) but has admitted she regrets the procedure as she thinks she would’ve ‘grown into it’
Regrets: Half-Dutch, half-Palestinian Bella said of her plastic surgery: ‘I wish I had kept the nose of my ancestors. I think I would have grown into it’
It comes after Sharon opened up about the not so satisfying results of her recent plastic surgery.
In a new interview with The Sunday Times, the former The Talk co-host shared that she had a facelift last year which left her with a ‘horrendous’ outcome.
‘I’m telling you, it was horrendous. [To the surgeon] I’m like, ‘You gotta be fucking kidding me. One eye was different than the other. I looked like a f***** Cyclops. I’m like, ‘All I need is a hunchback,'” she recalled.
The British-American TV personality revealed that the surgery took place in October.
Under the knife again: Meanwhile, Sharon was asked about her love of surgery, with the star commenting on how painful it was
Candid: When asked why she’s undergoing it, she said: ‘I’m doing it for myself, my husband doesn’t like it, my kids hate it, I’m doing it for my own ego’
“I had a complete facelift in October and I looked like one of those bloody mummies they wrapped [with bandages],’ she said.
“It hurt like hell. You have no idea,” she added about the cosmetic surgery, which lasted five and a half hours.
The author’s iconic singer-songwriter husband Ozzy Osbourne, 73, apparently agreed the results weren’t great and offered to pay for the repair.
“He said, ‘I don’t care how much it costs, we’re going to get it redone,'” said Sharon, who shares children Aimee, 38, Kelly, 37, and Jack, 36, with Ozzy.
Thankfully, seven months after the procedure, the star finally likes her look and said her face is “calming down now”.
New face: Sharon Osbourne, 69, has opened up about the facelift she had last year which gave her ‘horrendous’ results (pictured left in 2022; right in 2002)
Supporting: The author’s iconic singer-songwriter husband Ozzy Osbourne, 73, apparently agreed the results weren’t great and offered to pay for the fix: Pictured in 2002