Sharon Osbourne says Dog the Bounty Hunter proposed to Moon Angell because men need a 'woman by their side all the time'

When it comes to Dog the Bounty Hunter’s dating life, Sharon Osbourne doesn’t think love has anything to do with it.

Osbourne weighed in on the recent news that Dog the Bounty Hunter, whose real name is Duane Chapman, proposed to his girlfriend Moon Angell in an upcoming episode of The Dr. Oz Show.

Chapman’s wife, Beth, died in June of 2019 after a public battle with cancer.

“Men, I feel, emotionally aren’t as strong as us,” said Osbourne. “A lot of men need that woman by their side all the time,” she added.

Angell has been close to the Chapman family for some time, serving as an assistant to Beth, as a bridesmaid in Beth and Duane’s wedding, and she even dated one of the Chapman’s sons.

Osbourne told her fellow panelists on The Talk that should her husband, rocker Ozzy Osbourne, pass away before her, she has no plans to marry again.

“I know that if anything, god forbid, ever happened to my husband, I wouldn’t want to get married again—ever, ever, ever,” Osbourne shared.

Viewers took to Twitter to weigh in on whether they think Chapman is moving on too soon and shared their thoughts on Osbourne’s comments.

Some agreed with Osbourne when it comes to marrying again:

Others said that everyone is different when it comes to dating again after the death of a spouse:

Other viewers said the biggest issue isn’t whether Chapman should be dating, but whether who he’s dating is actually appropriate:

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