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'I thought I'd be out in week five': Jack Osbourne is proud to come third place in DWTS after battling multiple sclerosis as he embraces tearful mother Sharon
By SP_COP on December 03, 2013 | From www.dailymail.co.uk
'I thought I'd be out in week five': Jack Osbourne is proud to come third place in DWTS after battling multiple sclerosis as he embraces tearful mother Sharon It was an emotional night for Jack Osbourne on the finale of Dancing With The Stars.

The 28-year-old, who has recently been struggling with painful symptoms related to his battle with multiple sclerosis, placed third in the competition.

But Jack was just proud to have made it as far as he did after suffering a relapse of his auto immune disease in the last few weeks.

The former reality star was supported in the audience by his mother Sharon Osbourne, his sister Kelly, and his wife Lisa Stelly.

‘I’ve learned I’m definitely not a better dancer than my sister…we now tie,’ joked Osbourne, while pointing to his Fashion Police sibling Kelly in the front row.

Cheered on by his mother Sharon, the multiple sclerosis sufferer was resigned to his loss: ‘I thought I was going to be out in week five and here I am in third place. I’ll take that.'

Later that night he tweeted: 'Thank you all so much for supporting me on @DancingABC! I might not have won, but I put up one *** of a fight! #DWTS'.

But it was his 61-year-old mother who seemed to have been most moved by her son's performance that night.

Obviously teary eyed, Sharon cheered on Jack from the bleachers.

After it was announced that he had placed third, Jack made sure to embrace his mother and his wife who were waiting on the sidelines.

The final tally for the competition saw Amber Riley in the number one seat, leaving Corbin Bleu and Karina Smirnoff in second place and Jack and Cheryl in third.

The son of Ozzy Osbourne wrote on his Facebook page last week that he was experiencing a relapse of his auto immune disease but would not let 'MS get in the way of [his] journey' in the dance competition.

The former reality star wrote to fans: 'I woke up Tuesday morning feeling not so great. I had a thumping migraine and I started noticing some vision problems with my left eye.

'At first I thought it was just another migraine, but as the day progressed, I started feeling those familiar zaps of pain down my legs and arms.'

Adding: 'After several weeks of being relatively symptom free of MS, this week it decided to give me a healthy reminder that it’s still there.'

But Jack has maintained a positive and determined outlook: 'This week I made a conscious decision that I was not going to let my MS get in the way of my journey on #DWTS.'

Although, his mother Sharon was quite shaken up when she learned of her son's relapse.

She told The Talk last week: 'I’d been on a plane so I didn’t see Facebook, I saw nothing.

'I literally got to the studio at five minutes after the show had started, sat down, Jack’s… little video presentation came up and then he said that his eye was bothering him again and I never knew, so I just lost it.

'I completely lost it and well… he got through and I just can’t thank everybody enough for supporting him.'...
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