Lee Kerslake, best known as the longtime drummer of rock band Uriah Heep and for playing on two Ozzy Osbourne albums, has died of prostate cancer. He was 73. Former Uriah Heep keyboardist Ken Hensley confirmed Kerslake's death on his Facebook fan page, writing: "It's with the heaviest of hearts that I share with you […]
The rocker looked back on the terrifying moment in a new A&E documentary about his life.
Ozzy Osbourne has vowed to never retire from music, despite his recent Parkinson's disease diagnosis.
Sharon Osbourne appears alongside husband Ozzy and son Jack in a new Travel Channel series, "The Osbournes Want to Believe."
They were scheduled to participate in the film portion of the festival, but they exit as companies and individuals back out over concern for public health
Marie Osmond of "The Talk" sparked a friendly debate on the television show Friday.
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Sharon Osbourne weighed in on the recent news that Dog the Bounty Hunter has proposed to his girlfriend, Moon Angell.
Sharon Osbourne gets emotional on "The Talk" after husband Ozzy Osbourne reveals he has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.
The "Talk" host said the assistant got the sack because he "showed absolutely no sense of humor" about the situation.
Sharon slammed the president’s “unauthorized” use of Ozzy’s hit in a video he tweeted on Thursday.
"I am almost two years sober and it's completely changed my life," Kelly Osbourne said on Thursday's episode of British talk show "Lorraine."
Jack Osbourne, son of rock legend Ozzy Osbourne, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at 26 years old. He shares his highs and lows with having the disease.
“By far this has been not only the toughest year of my life but also the toughest year of my recovery,” the star of "The Osbournes" shared.
The former star of "The Osbournes" was punched in the head while sitting outside at an L.A. coffee shop, the Los Angeles Police Department confirms.
“When the first Black Sabbath album came out, I remember thinking, ‘This will be OK for a few years.’ And here we are ... 50 years later.”
As someone who knows Demi Lovato — and has a history of drug addiction herself — Kelly Osbourne was asked about the "Sober" singer's overdose during her appearance on Wednesday's British talk show "Loose Women. She had some good insights, but don't misconstrue what she has to say.
On an A&E special, the Osbournes took yet another opportunity to remind the Kardashians just who started the reality sitcom.