Ozzy Osbourne has not fully recovered from his spinal surgery. The Black Sabbath singer opened up about his complicated journey while sharing a health update on SiriusXM's The Jenny McCarthy Show.

After a bad fall left him with a series neck injury last fall, Osbourne underwent spinal surgery and recently admitted that he is still suffering from a significant amount of pain.

On Saturday, the 71-year-old appeared via video call with his son, Jack, and his wife, Sharon, on the satellite radio show. He told host Jenny McCarthy that he has had a rough recovery process and at one point thought he was going to die.

“I’m not back to 100%. I’m about 75% there. Spine surgery is bad news... I’ve been in such a bad state with pain. I’m still having a lot of pain. Nothing like it was -- there was a point I was telling to Sharon the other day, I was convinced that I was dying,” he explained.

“I was in that much discomfort and pain and misery. I thought they were all hiding it from me,” the rockstar added.

Although his recovery has been difficult, the star revealed that he is no longer taking pain medication and is looking forward to performing for fans in the future.

Following his injury last year, Osbourne had to cancel his tour dates. However, when he does hit the road for concerts, the singer admitted he is uncertain how much the shows will have to change amid the coronavirus pandemic.

“I cannot wait [to get on stage], but I was talking to [Black Sabbath guitarist] Tony Iommi the other day, and he was saying with the way it’s going with this coronavirus, indoor shows will be a thing of the past,” he said.

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Sharon Osbourne and Ozzy Osbourne are pictured on June 5, 2010. Getty Images