Sharon Osbourne isn’t sitting home sulking over her split from husband Ozzy Osbourne.

“I think I’m the strongest I’ve ever been right now, with everything that’s going on in my life,” the 63-year-old shared on Tuesday’s episode of her show, “The Talk.” “I feel it.”

Sharon, who threw her spouse of 33 years out of the house following his alleged affair with hairstylist Michelle Pugh, also received words of encouragement from co-star Aisha Tyler, 45, who is dealing with a divorce of her own.

“I think it’s okay to give yourself some space to be human as well,” Tyler shared. “And you can’t go through it without those moments where you do break down a little bit. I think you need a little bit of both.”

Sharon openly discussed the breakup on May 10, admitting she wasn’t sure what the future could hold.

“I have no idea what I’m going to be doing with the rest of my life. I don’t know where I’m going, who I’m going with, and I just need time to think about myself, about what I really want to do the rest of my life,” she said on “The Talk.”

Though divorce papers have yet to be filed by either party, the couple put on a united front at press conference last Thursday, in which Ozzy, 67, playfully pecked Sharon on the cheek. The outing has led some to believe the split is a publicity stunt.

“Sharon is the queen of publicity stunts, there’s always deliberate drama going on, it maintains interest in them as a family,” a source told Page Six. “She’s a very smart woman, it would be very hard for Ozzy to carry on an affair under her nose without her knowing about it.”

This article originially appeared in the New York Post's Page Six.