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.
After having "symptoms for the last 3 or 4 years,” which included numbness in his legs as well as stomach and bladder issues, the former reality TV star said that the disease is "totally unpredictable" and he has only been officially diagnosed "for five weeks."
Joining Osbourne at the table for even more family support was his fiancee Lisa Stelly who says that “he’s going to be OK,” and that the pair are “trying to stay positive.”
Though some people believe that MS can be more of a death sentence than a controllable disease, the son of rock and roll couple Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne says “that’s a huge misconception,” adding that the worst part is having to inject himself with amino acids which "really stings.”
As previously reported by GossipCenter, Jack and Lisa recently welcomed their daughter Pearl back in April.