Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne are apparently letting bygones be bygones.
The two are planning to renew their wedding vows soon, less than seven months after separating due to Ozzy's extra-marital affairs. Now Sharon tells The Sun in the U.K. that "Ozzy has asked me to renew our wedding vows and I'd like to. I'm happy and to be honest that's all I want for Christmas this year."
There's no word on when the vow renewal will take place. The couple reconciled after counseling and, reportedly, sex addiction therapy for Ozzy. He's currently gearing up for the final nine dates of Black Sabbath's The End farewell tour early next year in Europe.
Sharon has continued to manage the band and Ozzy throughout the marital problems, and Ozzy tells us that he's confident she'll keep him busy moving forward:
"My wife is good at, like, telling me partial information, but what I know (is) I'm not hanging 'em up for awhile yet. I can't say being in Black Sabbath or being Ozzy Osbourne solo thing is a job. It's a passion. It's a love -- the biggest, greatest love affair of my life."
Gary Graff is an award-winning music journalist who not only covers music but has written books on Bob Seger, Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen.