Stepping out to honor a musical legend, stars showed up for the Grammy Awards MusiCares Person of the Year celebration on Friday evening (February 8) in Los Angeles.
Among those showing their appreciation for the guest of honor, Bruce Springsteen, were songstress Katy Perry, who showed off her curves in a flowing orange frock, and John Legend who arrived with his girlfriend Chrissy Teigen.
It’s been a tough week for Jack Osbourne after sharing his Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis with the world, but his mother says that he’s been in "fantastic" spirits.
In an interview with Us Weekly at the 39th Annual Daytime Emmy awards, Sharon Osbourne told the magazine, "The outpouring [of support] for Jack has been amazing, and it really picks you up and gets you back into reality when you see how many people care and are concerned. It makes you feel really strong."
Opening up about one of his own personal struggles, Jack Osbourne joined the ladies of "The Talk" on Wednesday (June 20) to speak about his recent diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis.
After getting quite the warm welcome as he made his way to the set, Jack confirmed that he was doing well saying, "Honestly, I’m fine.” The 26-year-old then said that this whole situation started after he went for an examination after becoming "blind" in his "right eye” but has luckily gained 80-percent of his vision back.
It was an emotional afternoon on “The Talk” as Sharon Osbourne opened up about her son’s recent diagnosis.
The mother of two fought back tears while talking about Jack's announcement that he has multiple sclerosis and said, “Jack will actually be here on Wednesday to talk about his diagnosis, but he's great. He's doing really, really good and I want to thank everyone for all their texts and goodwill and love they send to us…”
Just two weeks after he and his wife welcomed his daughter, Pearl Clementine, into the world, Jack Osbourne revealed that he is battling an autoimmune disorder following the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis.
The 26-year-old television personality and his mother, Sharon Osbourne, sat down with People to talk about how he's dealing with the news, admitting, "I was just angry and frustrated and kept thinking, 'Why now?' I've got a family and that's what's supposed to be the most important thing."