Remember that time Sharon Osbourne’s tooth fell out live on air? Well she is now taking time to explain why British people have such “fugly” teeth.
The 62-year-old explained the lack of dental hygiene in the country on her show The Talk.
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“Being English there is only one dentist in England and nobody can find the f***er, so everybody from England has fugly teeth,” Sharon states.
She went on to discuss how conditions are similar in the United States, referring back to the “losing-her-tooth-on-air” incident.
'The Talk' (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
“So I thought, 'Listen I am in my 60s and I want the Hollywood smile',” she recalled. "So I spent a fortune on this guy in Beverly Hills had all these different teeth done and it comes to one tooth and he goes, 'I think this tooth is rotten', and I say, 'Take the f***er out. Get rid of it.'”
“So he says well we have to do an implant and I am like, 'Fabulous'. So he does an implant. And I am sat there two weeks later on the show and I can feel grit in my mouth, and I thought I had eaten something. And then I realized it was big bits of grit and then the tooth is waggling, and I am like ‘oh my Lord - right on air.’”
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Sharon even tried to “superglue” the tooth back in place.
“As if nobody my age has a tooth that doesn’t come out?” she joked.
Good thing she has a sense of humor!