As much as I want to give Ozzy Osbourne the benefit of the doubt and say he was just making a (morbid and tasteless) joke, it’s impossible to defend anyone making light of the September 11 terrorist attacks that brought down the World Trade Center and killed nearly 3,000 people. Ozzy done put his foot in his mouth here.
Ozzy Osbourne had some thoughts on 9/11 in an expletive-filled new interview with Shortlist, and they’re… well, they’re about what you’d expect from the guy.
In honor of National Dog Day this Tuesday, Comedy Central’s “@Midnight” got Twitter users re-naming bands with dog-related names. Would you listen to Muttallica?
The petition has gained over 20,000 signatures so far.
The K&M show decided to put together their own sample of what Ozzy’s new cartoon character may sound like.
Ozzy Osbourne just got his next big TV role — and it’s as a cartoon fish whose name is strikingly similar to a fellow controversial rock star.
In honor of father’s day, we’d like to pass judgement on musician dads by pointing out their weird choices in baby names.
Bon Jovi is just the latest rock star who faces a ban in an entire city. Some rockers have even been banned in entire COUNTRIES! Here are 5 of the most famous examples of rock star censorship.
One of the most well-known stories about Ozzy Osbourne is the time he bit the head off of a real bat, thinking it was one of the props he usually chomped on at his live shows. Well now the bats are finally exacting revenge on the Prince of Darkness: they’re setting up shop in a barn – and their presence prevents him from turning it into a guest house.
Could the Prince of Darkness really be eligible for knighthood? That’s what a new petition hopes to achieve, as Ozzy Osbourne fan Helen Maidiotis launched a campaign to get the heavy metal god knighted in the U.K.