Sharon Osbourne admitted she felt like an oddball amongst other parents when taking her three children to school.
Sharon Osbourne said she was treated like she "had fangs" when she tried to fit into normal society.
The 57-year-old star admits she struggled to Bond with other parents when she tried to get involved with life at the English school where Aimee, Kelly and Jack - her three children with husband Ozzy Osbourne - were taught in the early 1980s.
She said: "All the mothers there would look at me like I was an oddball. Like I had fangs.
"They'd say, 'We're having a coffee morning, bring a cake'. I would go to the supermarket and buy a fruit cake. And I would stick out like a sore thumb."
She also admitted she doesn't "get on" with many Women because she doesn't cook.
Sharon - who is currently a judge on US TV show 'America's Got Talent' - has been offered the chance to star on a new all-women talk show, but finds such shows difficult, because she can't always connect with the women on them.
She said of the prospective new show: "I don't really think I get on with the women that well."
Referring to similar US show 'The View' she added: "God the women on 'The View' are such boring old tarts. Dried up old b*****s. I could never be really good on a show with women because I don't cook."