Sharon Osbourne hospitalized

After suffering an unknown medical event while filming her son Jack’s TV show, Sharon Osbourne was on the mend Saturday night.

According to Jack Osbourne’s Instagram post, his mother has been given the “all clear” by her doctors and is recuperating at home.

During filming an episode of Jack’s “Night of Terror” show, the former “The Talk” co-host fell ill. She was taken to Santa Paula Hospital.

Sharon’s health appeared stable by Saturday evening, and the scare may not have been as serious as it first appeared.

“She has been given the all clear from her medical team and is now home,” Osbourne wrote on his Instagram story on Saturday.

“As to what happened to my mum — I’m gonna leave it to her to share about when she is ready.”

Chief Don Aguilar of the Santa Paula Police Department told reporters the TV personality, 70, became ill while filming a paranormal show at the Glen Tavern Inn.

A number of documentaries have documented the tavern’s paranormal activity, and Jack clarified his mother wasn’t filming for “Ghost Adventures” when she fell ill as some outlets reported.

“MY MOTHER WASNT FILMING A EPISODE OF @ghostadventures. She was filing a new episode of Night of Terror with me. Hahaha,” said Jack in his post.

Jack Osbourne is a paranormal and alien investigator who hosts the series “Night of Terror.” His family appeared in the 2020 installments “The Osbournes: Night of Terror” and “The Osbournes Want to Believe.”

Osbourne has not announced anything about her medical episode, but a source told reporters Friday it was “non-life-threatening.”

She has been transparent about her medical history, even documenting her 2002 treatment for colon cancer on her family’s MTV reality show.

In May, Osbourne revealed she had COVID-19, which was the last time she discussed her health publicly.