EXCLUSIVE: At the age of 71, Ozzy Osbourne is ready to share his story in front of cameras.
The Grammy winner and former singer for the metal band Black Sabbath is starring in a new episode of A & E’s “Biography” initiation series, titled “Biography: The Nine Lives of Ozzy Osbourne”, the rock’s most Creates the life and career of one of the big movies. Stars.
In a two-hour special that takes place on Labor Day, British artists openly discuss the many heights and lows of their lives. His children, wife Sharon Osbourne, close friends, bandmates and more also come forward to share their little-known memories of the rock icon.
The special highlighted a never-before-seen interview about his recent Parkinson diagnosis. In January, Osbourne announced that he had been diagnosed with a nervous system disorder that affects movement. He shared that the news came after a fall last year. And while he was forced to cancel tour dates last year due to health problems, Osbourne insisted that he was eager to return to perform well and miss his fans.
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Osbourne’s son Jack Osborne also attended in particular. The 34-year-old spoke to Fox News about bringing a documentary about her 67-year-old father’s marriage to decades-old Sharon, as well as how he was always invited to the White House.
Fox News: How was it to reflect such a special for his father’s life and career?
Jack Osbourne: It’s always very strange, because at the end of the day, my dad is my dad. People do not see him as his father because he is no other than his children. I think my father has a very different viewpoint than most people in the world. This is the second documentary I made on it. With the first one, I was looking for things that came to light that I had no idea about. So now while doing this project, I put it all in perspective.
Fox News: The “Biography” special highlighted the moment in which Ozzie was invited to the White House. How much effect did he have on her?
Osbourne: He still talks about it often. Seems like it was a big deal for him. My dad and how he was growing up, it was very blue collar, very working class.
And I think you’re suddenly being invited to the White House Correspondents’ Dinner and President Bush has said that you like it. And it was a time when the White House Correspondents Dinner was not really known for inviting celebrities. This was in the early 2000s, so it was still only very much press. My dad was blown away by it. It was a very proud moment for him.
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He had a very remarkable story ranging from growing up in a small, two-bedroom house to a 50-year career with people living for eight years and meeting the President of the United States. Whether you like their music or not, it is still an amazing success story.
Fox News: One of the frequent themes of this documentary is your father’s working-class upbringing. He seems to have never forgotten his roots. How important has it been for him?
Osbourne: This is funny I think it is something that is inscribed on it. He always feels like nothing is enough, because he … It’s like this weird dichotomy of how he wants to keep going, always this, “I have to keep going. I got to do this, I’ve got to keep busy and keep my craft up. ”
When you grew up in a house where there wasn’t much … I think it’s his deepest fear of where he is, “I never want to experience that.” I mean, they were very below the poverty line. There was no water in his house. They did not have a bathroom inside. And I think he’s grown up in a way that he never wants to return to that, so it created a strong work ethic.
This is something my father has always taught me. When you say you’re going somewhere and you’ve got work to do, you do your job. You don’t just kick. You will never meet someone who is longer than that. I mean, if you say you are going to pick him up at 4:45 on Tuesday, then you will be there at 4:44, because in 4:46, he is calling you, like, ‘Where are you? You said that you would stay here. ”
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Fox News: You must have learned that the hard way.
Osbourne: * Laughter * Oh yes, of course. He prepares himself to be on time and ready to leave when it is time to do something.
Fox News: When did you feel that Ozzy Osbourne was different from other dads?
Osbourne: It was probably not until I went to school when I was three or four years old. But that’s all I knew, so it was normal.
Even today my best friend, her father was a Tyler. I go to his house to play dates and his father leaves for a job and my father goes on the road. I think that’s when things come into perspective. And then when older kids come to me in school and talk about my dad and talk to me about them, I think when things get interesting.
Fox News: In the documentary, it was mentioned that your father’s addiction did not affect you as a child. Looking back, do you believe that age was a factor?
Osbourne: I think it definitely was, and not to normalize things that shouldn’t be normalized, but when you’re in a family of addicts and you have nothing to compare it to, So you just think it’s normal. I think when I was growing up, I started going, ‘Something is going on here, and it’s not normal.’ ‘
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Fox News: What do you believe is the secret behind Ozzy’s decades-long success?
Osbourne: I think in terms of career, my father has had a meaningful pop culture influence every decade that he is working. In the 70s, it was in Black Sabbath and helping define a genre. In the 80s, he was arguably the first jerk rocker. And all through the 90s, it was helping to revive a genre and sustain some of that rebellion. The 2000s were accompanied by “Osbernes”. He gave another highly successful album last year.
I think it’s the ability to pivot and grow with your audience. Not many artists can do this, and I think that is the notion of being immortal. We live in a society where most careers are like a flash in the pan.
Fox News: What about your parents’ marriage? What is the secret behind that association?
Osbourne: Man, I think it’s because there is so much difference in their lives. They get married, they share children together, they work together, they share interests, and so it’s like this full 360. I would joke with them and say, ‘You guys don’t love each other. You are just badly co-dependent, ’cause it’s just that, at this point one can’t live without the other. They are like a person.
Fox News: Ozzy opened up about his Parkinson diagnosis in January this year. How is it today?
Osbourne: He is doing well I mean, we’re actually on vacation together right now, and we’re in Santa Barbara. He was in the swimming pool with my children till the last hour. He is slowly but surely getting better. This is a very slow recovery. He is disappointed, but I want to remind him that he has never been 70 years old with a broken neck before, so it is going to take time.
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Fox News: What is he like as a grandfather?
Osbourne: Oh, that’s great. As long as there is no poison involved, that is great. The moment it is there, it is out.
Fox News: With everything your father has experienced, did you ever have a moment where you felt that it was very difficult for him to overcome, whether it was a career accident or a personal fight?
Osbourne: I think that is the latest issue dealing with Parkinson’s and neck injury. I think this has probably been the only time where I was like, “Wow, that’s not good.” But this is a fleeting idea. I think this happens to everyone when they are working with a sick family member.
“What if it doesn’t go well?” He himself also said that these last 18 months are probably the most difficult days of his life. Luckily, he is doing better and better. Luckily, he is doing better and better every day.
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“Biography: The Nine Lives of Ozzy Osbourne” will air on A&E on Monday from 7pm in Septon. The Associated Press contributed to this report.