the "Elton John AIDS Foundation" (on which she is an honorary chairperson along with her husband, Ozzy) and she recently appeared on the unprecedented television event, "Stand Up 2 Cancer."
In 2004, she joined forces with Simon Cowell to be a judge on the #1 British talent show "X Factor" and overnight she became one of the most sought after celebrities in the UK. "X Factor" won "Most Popular Entertainment Programme" at the National Television Awards in 2005 and 2006.
Other awards followed, including "Biography of the Year" at 2006's "British Book Awards," and in late in 2004, she was at the "Woman of the Year" awards in London to collect that trophy, which she'd won at the 2002 event but had been too ill to receive. In 2005 Sharon co-hosted the "Royal Variety Performance" with Michael Parkinson for the Queen of England, who was in attendance.
In the summer of 2007, Osbourne was asked to be a judge on the American television show "America's Got Talent," NBC's summer reality competition series. However, the travel back and forth from America to England and the overlapping filming schedules on the two television shows became very constricting. So after four highly successful years on "X Factor," Sharon chose to leave the show to pursue other opportunities. Earlier this year Sharon reclaimed her seat as a judge on "America's Got Talent."
In February 2008, The Osbournes hosted the Brit Awards for seven million viewers -- and rave reviews. And to the delight of their fans, the family was back together on American TV screens when they hosted a brand new variety show for Fox Television entitled "The Osbournes Variety Show."
Between "America's Got Talent" and "The Osbournes Variety Show" you may have also seen Osbourne on VH-1's "Rock of Love: Charm School" where she tackled the role of headmistress trying to groom a group of 14 bachelorettes taken from the network's "Rock of Love" reality dating show. If she can survive that, then there's definitely no stopping her.