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The rocker denies speculation that political tensions in country prevented him from performing there, saying 'I guess I was drunk for so many years.'
He admitted that back in the '80s he used to pour cocaine on his athlete's foot because it was the best remedy he could find on the road.
Tommy Clufetos reveals that the rock star is in so much pain so that he has to pull out of German show, revealing 'He's had back trouble for the last two or three weeks, where he's in agonizing pain.'
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'.
His pal Marshall Thompson confirmed that the soul star passed away on July 26, being mourned by people all over the world.
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'.
Like his ex-wife Dina, Michael Lohan is also upset with what happened to the 'Mean Girls' star and has urged judge to replace the jail time with six-month rehab stint.
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 second full trailer from the drama gives preview to Charlie embarking on a journey to find his lover who is missing on her trip.
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.