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."