Sharon Osbourne has been behaving badly again. According to a Gossip Cop report, she threw food and water at music manager Jordan Feldstein (older brother of actor Jonah Hill) at the Clive Davis pre-Grammy party at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Jan. 25, 2014.
The fight reportedly started with an argument between Sharon's daughter Kelly and Feldstein. Sharon then intervened and then began throwing food and water at Feldstein as he walked away. Several witnesses and photographs have confirmed this incident in the media.
Sharon's husband Ozzy, who is also no stranger to behaving badly, was also at the party but he was not involved in the fight. According to Gossip Cop, the argument started because Feldstein insulted Jack Osbourne (who is Sharon and Ozzy's son) and Jack's wife, Lisa. Jack and Lisa were not at the party.
Feldstein manages Maroon 5, Sara Bareilles and Robin Thicke. Bareilles was seated at the same table as Feldstein at the party.* Sharon has been Ozzy's manager since 1979. She also manages her children Kelly and Jack.
Sharon and Ozzy attended the 56th Annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Jan. 26. Ozzy's band Black Sabbath was nominated for three Grammys at the show and won one: Best Metal Performance for the song "God Is Dead?"
By her own admission, Sharon has a temper that sometimes explodes into physical violence. She and Ozzy have both said in their memoirs and in several interviews that they physically abused each other several times in fights over the years. Many of these fights left them bloody and bruised. In 1989, Ozzy was arrested for trying to strangle Sharon to death, but the charges were dropped after he agreed to go to rehab.
In her 2013 memoir, "Unbreakable," Sharon said that she threw a cup of cappuccino at Ozzy during a rough patch in their marriage when she told him that she wanted a divorce. (Sharon and Ozzy were separated in early 2013, but they reunited by June of that year. Sharon never filed for divorce.)
When Sharon returned to "The X Factor" U.K. judging panel in 2013, she made headlines for throwing a pen at 73-year-old "X Factor" contestant Jonnie Rocco after he insulted Ozzy's singing abilities. Rocco did not make it past auditions, and he loudly complained to the media about the pen-throwing incident.
Sharon was a judge on "The X Factor" U.K. from 2004 to 2007. She quit the show in 2007 because she said she no longer wanted to work with Dannii Minogue, who was also a judge on the show at the time. Minogue was a judge on "The X Factor" U.K. from 2007 to 2010, and became a judge on "The X Factor" Australia in 2013, as a replacement for Mel B, who replaced Sharon as a judge on "America's Got Talent" in 2013. Sharon was a judge on "America's Got Talent" from 2007 to 2012.
Sharon said in her book "Unbreakable" that she was originally offered the job to replace Mel B on "The X Factor" Australia, but Sharon decided to go back to "The X Factor" U.K. instead since she did not want to travel back and forth between Australia and the U.S.
Sharon's return to "The X Factor" U.K. in 2013 resulted in her being the mentor of Sam Bailey, who won on the show that year. Sharon said that 2013 was her last year as an "X Factor" U.K. judge because she did not want to keep up the hectic schedule of commuting back and forth between the U.K. and the U.S. to do "The X Factor" and "The Talk." Sharon has been co-hosting the Los Angeles-based chat show "The Talk" since the show's debut in 2010.
Gary Barlow (who became a judge on "The X Factor" U.K. in 2011) also announced that 2013 was his last year as a judge on "The X Factor" U.K. because he wants to focus on his music career, which includes a new Take That album in 2014. Simon Cowell is expected to fill the spot vacated by Barlow. Louis Walsh (who has been a judge on "The X Factor" U.K. since its 2004 debut) is expected to continue to be a judge on the show. It is still unknown if Nicole Scherzinger (who became an "X Factor" U.K. judge in 2012) will be a judge on the show in 2014.
"The X Factor" U.K. judging panel for 2014 is expected to be officially announced in May.
*Jan. 29, 2014 update: Feldstein was fired by Bareilles the day after his fight with the Osbournes, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The 56th Annual Grammy Awards were held on Jan. 26, 2014, the day after the fight. Bareilles was a Grammy nominee and performer at the awards show, but Feldstein did not attend the event, according to The Hollywood Reporter.