The pair revealed his diagnosis in an exclusive interview with Robin Roberts on Good Morning America.
The Talk co-host fought back tears as she thanked her fellow panelists for their support.
“It’s good to be with you guys and to be with everybody here who is a family,” Sharon said.
She added, “Just to have this outpouring of positive reaction from everyone that watches the show and our friends — it’s heartwarming.”
Osbourne also revealed that her husband has no plans to stop touring and performing despite his diagnosis.
“We’re not gonna stop until Ozzy is back up there on that stage where he belongs,” said Sharon.
“It’s what he was born to do and that’s it,” she added.
Fans took to Twitter to express their support of the Black Sabbath frontman and his entire family:
Big fan of Ozzy and the Osborne family thinking of you all and praying for the best
— Christine& Geoff ?☕? (@bpsfb2015) January 21, 2020
@TheTalkCBS Ozzies fans are fans for life no matter what we have much love for OZZY and his family and will be there forever Bless you from your Canadian fans.
— Jamie dalgleish (@CfordDag) January 21, 2020
We’re all here for you Mrs. O! Ozzy will fight through this and he’s got the whole world rooting for him. If you need to take time off, we will definitely understand
— Raymond Huang (@thisrayiscray) January 21, 2020
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