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Jack Osbourne 26, Son of Black Sabbath Front man, Ozzy Osbourne has been diagnosed with Multiple sclerosis.

The 26-year-old sports enthusiast Jack Osbourne was diagnosed with the disease, just three weeks after his fiance Lisa Stelly, gave birth to their first child, daughter Pearl. Jack was referred to a neurologist after starting to lose his vision in his right eye.  In an interview with Hello Magazine Jack says

 “first of all i was really angry….Then i was really sad”   continuing, Jack said “Adapt and overcome is my new motto”

Multiple sclerosis is an auto immune disease which affects the ability of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord to communicate with each other effectively, it is  an inflammatory disease in which, fatty myelin sheaths around the axons of the brain and spinal cord are damaged, leading to scarring as well as a broad spectrum of signs and symptoms.  Although a lot is known about the mechanics of the disease, No one knows the cause of it and there is no known cure.  However, long term  medication to prolong the effects of the disease, are widely available.

Jacks mother Tv personality, and  music manager Sharon Osbourne , broke down in tears on her regular hosting spot on american talk show The Talk.  Talking about Jack and his shocking diagnosis, and Clearly upset, Sharon said

“He’s doing great really, really good, and I want to thank everyone for their texts, goodwill, and love they send us”

Did everybody see the new M&S Christmas advert, that aired during the advert break on  tonights XFactor?

All 16 acts f this years competition banded together for the advertising campaign,  the festive-themed advert saw the finalists sing an arrangement of winter warmer When You Wish Upon A Star orchestrated by Ivor Novello-winning producer Richard Stannard.

Opening with a small girl unwrapping a red and white teddy on Christmas morning, the ‘may all your Christmas dreams come true’ theme saw different generations celebrating the festive season.

im sure this will be a winning idea from the high street chain.