Ozzy Osbourne out of ICU after flu complications

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The Prince of Darkness is out of the intensive care unit after complications from the flu.

Ozzy Osbourne's wife announced the news during Tuesday's episode of "The Talk," People magazine reported.

“He’s out of ICU and he’s doing great. He’s breathing on his own,” Sharon Osbourne said.

Last week, she announced on Twitter that the heavy-metal rocker had been taken to the hospital due to the flu.

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Last month, he announced the postponement of the European dates of the "No More Tour 2," Rolling Stone reported.

He had been diagnosed with a severe upper-respiratory infection and doctors said they were afraid it could develop into pneumonia due to the drain touring causes to his body, Billboard reported.

The tour is expected to be rescheduled this fall, and will pick up with gigs in Australia, New Zealand and Japan in March, before heading back to the states May 29 with an appearance at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Rolling Stone reported.

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Ozzy Osbourne Announces "No More Tours 2" Final World Tour at Press Conference at his Los Angeles Home on February 6, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. He was recently admitted to an intensive care unit due to flu complications.

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Ozzy Osbourne Announces "No More Tours 2" Final World Tour at Press Conference at his Los Angeles Home on February 6, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.  He was recently admitted to an intensive care unit due to flu complications.

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Ozzy Osbourne Announces "No More Tours 2" Final World Tour at Press Conference at his Los Angeles Home on February 6, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. He was recently admitted to an intensive care unit due to flu complications.

Credit: Kevin Winter/Getty Images

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