Earlier this year (16), reports suggesting the Black Sabbath frontman and his wife of 34 years were living apart amid allegations of Ozzy's infidelity surfaced. Sharon previously stated she was unsure about pursuing a divorce, and now it seems hard rock's first couple are on the road to reconciliation after Ozzy told U.S. breakfast show Good Morning America on Monday (25Jul16) that his marriage is "back on track again".

He added, "Some days it’s good, some days it’s terrible, some days you just drift apart for a while, but you get back on the horse, you know?”

Hours after Ozzy revealed they were working out their issues, Sharon gave her side of the story on her U.S. chat show The Talk, noting she would have used a different choice of words when it comes to describing the current state of their relationship.

Sharon said. "'Get back on the horse!' how dare you? He's such a romantic fool. So romantic, 'back on'."

The rock matriarch insisted she doesn't want to speak on his behalf, and revealed Ozzy actually wants to apologise for his actions on his wife's TV show.

"He feels he owes everybody here an apology because he's put us all through it," she explained. "He's very embarrassed and ashamed about his conduct. Through his shame and embarrassment he finds it hard to get it out. With you guys I think he'll be much better. It will be easier for him to speak."

Sharon continued her candid confession by admitting how difficult it has been for her to absolve Ozzy of his reported infidelity, saying, "It's been very hard... But for me, I forgive. It's going to take a long time to trust but you know we've been together for 36 years, 34 of marriage, and it's more than half of my life. I just can't think of my life without out him. Even though he is a dog. He's a dirty dog .So there we are. He's going to pay big."

Sharon, 63, and Ozzy, 67, married in 1982 and have three adult children.