Will we be seeing a waltz to Black Sabbath's 'God Is Dead?' on ABC's 'Dancing With the Stars' this season? That could be the case, as Ozzy Osbourne's son Jack has signed on to be one of the celebrity competitors on the show.
Excitement for Black Sabbath's upcoming studio album '13' is reaching a fever pitch with metal fans worldwide. As the sacred June 11 release date of '13' draws nearer, Sabbath fanatics are scrambling to absorb as much information about the record as humanly possible, and who better to bring you that info than Black Sabbath singer Ozzy Osbourne's son Jack Osbourne.
Jack Osbourne’s honeymoon in Hawaii recently turned into a rescue mission when he and his friend were called upon to help a woman who was drowning. Osbourne recently opened up about the incident on his Facebook page, filling in all the details.
As we recently reported, Jack Osbourne got married to Lisa Stelly over the weekend in Hawaii. And while that is certainly wonderful news, it just might be what Ozzy Osbourne's son did days after wedding that is truly remarkable. Jack and his buddy helped save the life of a woman who had a heart attack and started to drown in the surf on the Hawaii beach where he's been enjoying his honeymoon.
A few days after he took to Twitter to laugh off rumors of his impending nuptials, Ozzy Osbourne's son Jack made them come true by walking down the aisle with his new bride, actress and model Lisa Stelly.
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