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The rocker apologizes to fans for axing the gig which was scheduled for September 16, promising 'a great show' when he comes back.
'Life Won't Wait' is directed by Jack Osbourne, narrating the rocker as witness to a number of messy events like drug binge and domestic violence.
'It would make my life, my whole thing, round up perfectly for me,' he reveals after admitting that he has approached drummer Bill Ward for the band's reunion.
Comparing it to his hey-day in Black Sabbath, the rocker said record companies today want the new acts to share the publishing rights which is 'disgusting'.
Zombie admits he's not happy with the way the Prince of Darkness and his wife Sharon Osbourne do business.
The former bandmates have 'amicably resolved their problems over the ownership of the Black Sabbath name'.
The Osbournes would love to transform Ozzy's past life in a movie and rumor had it, Colin is a perfect fit to play the rocker.
He only did 'The Osbournes' because his wife Sharon wanted it while he wants to be remembered as a rock star.
The Slim Shady forces Drake to fall to the second position and scores the biggest chart debut at No. 1 since AC/DC opened big with 'Black Ice' in 2008.
Ozzy is determined to put his rivalry with the Black Sabbath guitarist behind after discovering that Tony informed him about Ronnie James Dio's death.
Admitting that he is afraid of not able to cope with lengthy tour, the Black Sabbath rocker says he will scrap the gig if his health starts to suffer.
The Jonas Akerlund-directed music video features, among other 'over-the-top spectacle', Ozzy Osbourne injecting a giant needle into his own neck.
The Black Sabbath rocker would want his partner to turn off his life support system if he ever suffered extreme brain damage because he wouldn't want to live in a vegetative state.
To make sure their steady partners won't catch the sexually transmitted disease, the rock band will get a shot in nearest emergency room.
The rocker is to take part at Voodoo Experience festival later this year as a headlining act along with Muse and Weezer.