Legendary Black Sabbath singer Ozzy Osbourne is set to appear on the CBS daytime program 'The Talk,' which is co-hosted Ozzy's wife, Sharon Osbourne. The Oct. 9 appearance is scheduled to celebrate Sharon's 60th birthday and will feature appearances by family members, friends and some unique surprises.
The outpouring of support for imprisoned Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe has been absolutely massive throughout the metal community. As Blythe remains in Czech prison, the two newest supporters of Blythe's release, Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne, have taken to their Twitter accounts to promote the legal fund of the Lamb of God vocalist.
As we reported last night (June 17), Ozzy Osbourne's son Jack has revealed that he is battling multiple sclerosis. Today (June 18), on Sharon Osbourne's TV show the 'The Talk,' she did not hold back the tears when asked about her son.
Eddie Trunk, co-host of Vh1 Classic's 'That Metal Show,' discusses why Sharon Osbourne has never allowed Ozzy to be on the show and how Trunk's radio program got the boot once the Osbourne clan took over the station that hosted it.
The Osbourne clan put their unique stamp on reality television with the MTV series 'The Osbournes' in the mid-2000's. Now Ozzy, Sharon, Jack and Kelly will return in animated form for the upcoming comedy 'The F'n Osbournes.'
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