Ozzy Osbourne’s mistress Michelle Pugh has spoken for the first time about their explosive 4-year affair – revealing he made her feel like "the most worshipped woman in the world."
The 45-year-old was named as the woman at the center of Ozzy’s cheat claims back in May – forcing his wife Sharon Osbourne to kick the Black Sabbath frontman out of their Beverly Hills home after 34 years of marriage.
But despite the fact the rock couple have now reunited, their relationship could be rocked further after Michelle spoke for the first time about her affair with the 67-year-old.
She told People Magazine: “When I say he gave me the greatest love of my life, I mean it.
“He made me feel like the most beautiful and worshipped woman in the world.”
The hairdresser claims Ozzy first pursued her one year after she first dyed his hair in 2011, and while Ozzy has insisted the relationship was purely sexual, stemming from his sex addiction, Michelle is adamant their time together was so much more than that.
She continued: “[He] consistently and willingly and generously [gave me] his love.”
“What attracted me to him? Chemistry. We just had it. It’s that indescribable thing in life, and you can’t deny it. And he didn’t.”
Michelle revealed the pair connected on an “emotional level” and had deep discussions about their “shared passions” in things like current events, painting and history.
She explained how she didn’t think about Ozzy’s star status during their time together, saying: “My relationship was more with this really nice, sweet, funny and cool guy … John from England.”
Since the news of his affair came to light, Ozzy has cut all contact with Michelle as he tried to repair his relationship with X Factor judge Sharon, 63, and their three children, Jack, Kelly and Aimee.
Michelle admits she still dreams about the singer, and is struggling to deal with the hole he has left in her life.
She said: "I wake from my dreams, which some nights he's in, and for a minute when I wake I'm peaceful.
"Then the absence sets in. It's horrible."
But despite her heartbreak over the end of their affair, Michelle bares no ill feeling towards Ozzy.
She added: "He is a grown man. He is capable of making the decision to be with me. If he has chosen to not be, that is fine. I accept it and move on.
"But he has been my best friend for the last few years, so of course I am grieving the loss for that."
After Michelle spoke out, Ozzy issued a statement about the affair to People Magazine, apologizing to her if she "took their sexual relationship out of context".
The singer's representative added:"He would like to apologize to the other women he has been having sexual relationships with.
"Since his relationship with Ms. Pugh was exposed, Ozzy has gone into intense therapy."
Despite the star playing down the depth of their connection, Michelle admits she still has feelings for him.
She confessed: "I still love him, and I would never exploit the truly personal and private parts of what we had. That's not me.
"I'm going to stand tall and proud and say, 'This is me. I'm not ashamed.' I fell in love with a man that gave me the love I never knew I could receive."