Man about town! Jack Osbourne leaves the Sunset Marquis with a friend after busy week in LA
By Daily Mail Reporter
PUBLISHED: 20:33 EST, 15 June 2013 | UPDATED: 20:33 EST, 15 June 2013
Jack Osbourne has come a long way since the day he first checked into rehab ten years ago.
Now celebrating the milestone period of time that he’s been the sober, the reality star has never been busier.
Jack left the Sunset Marquis hotel with a friend on Saturday after a busy week making appearances at various events around Hollywood.
Heading home: After a busy week at various events in Los Angeles, Jack Osbourne heads out of the Sunset Marquis on Saturday
On Monday, Osbourne showed up to the 2013 Television Critics Choice Awards looking quietly dapper in a black suit, blue shirt and red bow tie.
He was one of the presenters onstage, beside the beautiful So You Think You Can Dance host Cat Deely.
Two days later, he was spotted making the rounds at the annual E3 convention at the downtown Los Angeles convention center.
The massive convention features the newest in electronics and gaming for each year and always caters to a wide variety of celebrities.
While making the rounds, Osbourne took a few pictures with the new, oafish GoDaddy.com spokesman Jesse Heiman.
Looking good: Jack looks entirely different than he did a decade before when he was a reality star
Nicely put together: The ex-reality star looks well put together these days
The reality series star has truly turned his life around over the past decade.
He celebrated ten years of sobriety at the end of April with his wife Lisa Stelly and his one-year-old daughter Pearl Clementine.
On the anniversary of when he put drugs and drink aside, Osbourne even tweeted: ‘Well I never thought this was gonna happen 10 years ago.’
However, he’s had to overcome even more personal obstacles than managing his own will power.
In June of 2012, Osbourne revealed he had been diagnosed with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis.
Yet judging by his recent busy week in Los Angeles, the rock legend’s son isn’t letting the disease win.