After a medical emergency, Ozzy’s sidekick in crime Sharon Osbourne confirmed that she’s home for the holidays. “Back home and doing great!” she wrote on Instagram on Dec. 19 alongside a photo of her dog Elvis sitting in front of the Christmas tree. “Thank you for all the [love].”
She’d been filming an episode of, “Night of Terror,” with her son Jack when the medical emergency occurred, and she’s since been discharged from the hospital. Did Sharon almost get scared to death? Waiting on more details of the show.
The Osbourne family has been a part of a few of son Jack’s paranormal shows. And they are pretty funny and interesting to watch. Every ghost hunt investigation is the same. What makes this fun to watch is the Osbourne Family’s reaction and screams. It’s fun watching Ozzy and Sharon screaming, “GET OUT OF THE HOUSE – GO GO!”
The best part is so far the critics haven’t bashed it too much. If this new episode is anything like the 2020 Night of Terror show, I will be glued to the tube. Sharon has been given the all-clear from her medical team and is now home. Jack gave one more bit of positivity. “Thank you to everyone who has reached out with love and support. As to what happened to my mum—I’m gonna leave it to her to share when she is ready.”
Ozzy Osbourne Fans Pissed Over 10 Second Airtime of NFL Performance
Ozzy Osbourne was scheduled to perform the halftime show of the Los Angeles Rams’ season opener last night. However, fans at home saw only 10 seconds of the performance on NBC.
Per multiple sources — including Consequence and Ultimate Classic Rock — Osbourne’s performance was introduced by NBC’s Maria Taylor. He was in the middle of singing “Patient Number 9,” the title track of his new album out today. Only 10 seconds of the performance was aired on NBC before the broadcast cut to analysts talking about the first half of the game between defending Super Bowl Champion Rams and the visiting Buffalo Bills.
Many fans took to Twitter to vent their frustrations about tuning into the broadcast for such little payoff. Here are some notable responses. Following the reactions, fan-shot footage of the entire performance can be viewed.
Born in Mt Clemens, Screamin has been a part of the Detroit airwaves for over 29 years with 26 at WRIF and 3 years as a morning show host at Z-Rock.
When he’s not out on the streets, you can find him in his game room, where he collects jukeboxes and classic pinball machines. Screamin also devotes time doing local charities with his, "Screamin Angels"; and for 15 years with Rock 4 Tots charity.
“CHIT” is his local cover band for 10 years all over the Motor City in local bars and has graced the main stage at local festivals like Arts, Beats & Eats warming up for national acts like Cheap Trick, Guess Who & even Salt & Peppa. Screamin’ is the lead singer and also plays cowbell & lead triangle