On Tuesday, Ozzy Osbourne revealed on "Good Morning America" that he is suffering from a form of Parkinson's disease, Parkin's II, which affects certain nerves in your body.

In the new interview, anchor Robin Roberts discussed the former Black Sabbath singer's diagnosis that he received last February. According to GMA, the frontman revealed that he had been treated for a fall he experienced, which led to surgery on his neck and the subsequent confirmation that he, in fact, has the disease. 

Following a postponement of tour dates and a period of recovery at his home, the musician stated that he also started taking medication in order to mitigate his symptoms.

"I got a numbness down this arm for the surgery, my legs keep going cold," he said. "I don't know if that's the Parkinson's or what, you know, but that's -- see, that's the problem. Because they cut nerves when they did the surgery. I'd never heard of nerve pain, and it's a weird feeling," he revealed to Roberts on the morning news show.

In the new interview, Ozzy and Sharon's daughter, Kelly, said that it was her brother, Jack, who noticed the symptoms first. However, once she herself saw her dad exhibiting certain signs, she faced a bit of confusion as they were not constant. 

"It's really strange how this works because there are some days where I would walk in this house and I'm like, 'There's absolutely nothing wrong with him.' And you think, 'Oh my god. He's going to be great, we're going to be leaving for tour next month.' And then, you come back the next day and nothing has happened, but it's like, he can't feel his arm and he can't get off the couch," she stated. Kelly's interview can be seen below.

As for why he decided to speak out about his prognosis at this time, the singer stated that he's "no good with secrets" and "cannot walk around with it anymore 'cause it's like I'm running out of excuses, you know?"  

Moving forward, Ozzy shared that he is doing better now than he was last February at the time of his initial diagnosis, as at that time he was in a "shocking state." Since receiving the news, he has gone on to work on his first new music in a decade and his upcoming twelfth studio album, titled "Ordinary Man," is expected to be released in February. Additionally, he also hopes to return to the road sometime in the future. 

"He's gonna get back out there," said Sharon, adding, "And he's gonna do what he loves to do; I know it."

Ozzy Ozzy Osbourne performs at the Hultsfred festival June 15, 2007. Photo: REUTERS/Fredrik Sandberg/Scanpix Sweden (SWEDEN)