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Ozzy Osbourne's life is certainly an interesting one. With the upcoming special Biography: The Nine Lives of Ozzy Osbourne, we get to find out and see more about the legendary Ozzy Osbourne.
The Bio is part of the A&E Network's biography series and it's set the premier on 7th September.
Biography: The Nine Lives of Ozzy Osbourne traces Ozzy's life early on in his childhood living in poverty, his time spent in jail, fronting the legendary band that is Black Sabbath, his successful solo career and becoming the most loveable television dad of the 21st century.
The doco goes for two hours long and shows how Ozzy Osbourne manages to reinvent himself throughout his career. It features Ozzy reflecting on good times and bad. It features interviews with his children Jack and Kelly, Sharon Osbourne and Ozzy's friends and peers. Ozzy talks about his recent Parkinson's disease diagnosis in never before seen footage.
Ozzy's son Jack talks about being at home with his dad “Even…when he complains to this day about touring, he’s not good at home, “I literally just remember him as the dude on the couch.”
Ozzy talks about himself being at home and being on the road “I felt like a caged animal. I bought different toys and all kinds of things.”
Check out a sneak peak below: