Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne's children, Kelly, Jack and Aimee, all have disparate careers in the arts, as of March 2015. Kelly most recently appeared on television in the E! show "Fashion Police," while Jack has appeared in guest spots on a variety of television shows and serves as a spokesperson for MS awareness. Their less well-known daughter, Aimee, is a musician who was the only Osbourne child not to appear on her family's eponymously-named reality show from 2002 until 2005.
Kelly Osbourne ended up quitting the celebrity-centric show "Fashion Police" not long after the death of Joan Rivers, who she loved working with. She left the show after fellow host Giuliana Rancic made comments about a young starlet's dreadlocks that were widely perceived as racist.
Jack Osbourne starred in "Extreme Celebrity Detox" and "Jack Osbourne: Adrenaline Junkie" and appeared on "Dancing with the Stars." After he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, he began to speak publicly about the disease and how it has helped him to put his life into perspective. He had previously struggled with drug and alcohol abuse from the age of 13.
Aimee released a single called "Raining Gold" in 2015 that was accompanied by a music video. She became a musician after much hesitation and fears of nepotism.