When asked what his plans had been for 2020 before 'everything went to s**t', Osher, 46, revealed he'd expected to spend several months working on The Bachelor and The Bachelorette.
However it is uncertain when either productions will resume filming due to the current global climate.
While Osher admitted that he had been excited to help Locky find love, and that the Bachelor franchise had employed many people who are now out of work, the health and safety of all crew involved comes first.
'At the end of the day, I couldn't give a s**t [about money]. I'd go live in a caravan. I'll be able to make enough money again eventually,' he said.
'But I can't buy my kids new lungs, and if one of them were to die, I can't buy that. The economic argument goes out the window.'
Osher shares son Wolfgang, eight months with his make-up artist wife, Audrey Griffin. The TV host is also stepfather to Audrey’s daughter, Georgia, 16, from a previous relationship.