Ozzy Osbourne Reveals He's in a 'Lot of Pain' and Will Undergo Fourth Surgery for Spinal Injury

Osbourne had surgery in 2019 after a fall during a nighttime trip to the bathroom aggravated damage to his neck and back

<p>Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for The Recording Academy</p> Ozzy Osbourne in Los Angeles in January 2020

Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for The Recording Academy

Ozzy Osbourne in Los Angeles in January 2020

Ozzy Osbourne is providing a health update for fans after canceling multiple performances earlier this year.

In the first episode of the relaunched The Osbournes Podcast on Tuesday, the Black Sabbath singer confirmed he will undergo a fourth surgery related to the structural damage he sustained after a 2019 fall.

“I’m going for an epidural soon because what they’ve discovered is the neck has been fixed,” Ozzy, 74, said, noting that the pain is coming from his back. “Below the neck there’s two vertebrae where the bike hit me and disintegrated, there’s nothing left of ’em.”

He added, “All I know is right now I’m in a lot of pain. I’m in a lot of discomfort.”

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When asked if he received a second opinion by daughter Kelly Osbourne, wife Sharon Osbourne chimed in and said his doctor is working on getting a second and third after the first surgery didn't go as planned.

“In my back, the two discs and the muscles on my shoulders have separated from my skeleton, and that’s why I lean forward as it’s like gravity is bringing my head forward," Ozzy said. "I was thinking, ‘I’ve walked like that all my life.'”

Ozzy canceled his upcoming Power Trip Festival performance in July and wrote on Instagram that his initial plan was to "return to the stage in the summer of 2024."

"Unfortunately, my body is telling me that I’m just not ready yet and I am much too proud to have the first show that I do in nearly five years be half-assed," he wrote on Instagram.

The "Crazy Train" singer continued, "The band that will be replacing me on Power Trip will be announced shortly. They are personal friends of mine and I can promise that you will not be disappointed."

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"Above all, I want to thank my fans, my band, and my crew for their unconditional loyalty and continual support. I love you all and I will see you soon," he concluded.

Ozzy had surgery in 2019 after a fall during a nighttime trip to the bathroom aggravated damage to his neck and back from an ATV accident 16 years before.

Since then, he's undergone two more procedures, the latest being in July 2022. He was also diagnosed with Parkinson's disease following his fall and now uses a cane.

Last September, Osbourne, who has been married to Sharon for 40 years, told PEOPLE that he was determined to tour again after his "nightmare" health setbacks.

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"It's where I belong. The relationship I have with my audience is the biggest love affair of my life," he exclusively told PEOPLE.

"I am determined to get back on stage even if I have to be nailed to a board and wheeled on. Survival is my legacy."

Then, in March, he informed fans that he was canceling all his then-upcoming U.K. and European tour dates due to his damaged spine.

"My singing voice is fine. However, after three operations, stem cell treatments, endless physical therapy sessions, and most recently groundbreaking Cybernics (HAL) Treatment, my body is still physically weak," the "Paranoid" performer wrote on Instagram at the time.

"Never would I have imagined that my touring days would have ended this way," he added. "My team is currently coming up with ideas for where I will be able to perform without having to travel from city to city and country to country."

A new episode of The Osbournes Podcast will debut every Tuesday.

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