Ozzy Osbourne Talks Sharon Osbourne Split
Rocker Ozzy Osbourne has broken his silence about his split from his talk show co-host Sharon Osbourne.
click In a statement Monday, the 67-year-old assured his fans that it had nothing to do with drugs or alcohol.
As for why the couple reportedly ended their marriage… Sharon reportedly found out that he was having an affair with a 45-year-old hairstylist named Michelle Pugh! She’s a colorist at the Meche Salon in Beverly Hills, California, where Sharon, as well as her daughters, Kelly and Aimee Osbourne, get their hair done.
“The lifestyle I’ve been living for the last 30 years, I could have been dead a thousand times.”
“They say military have the so-called ‘secret intelligence’ — this amount of intelligence must be very secret, since I’ve never seen any intelligent military person, nor I have seen any sense in the bloody stupid wars.”
“I’ll only retire in the day I should be dead and they have me buried, and some idiot spell over my casket some stupid gospel stuff.”
“All I have to say is this. Sobriety F***ing Sucks!”
“The only black magic Sabbath ever got into was a box of chocolates.”
“My mother was an amateur singer, my father was an amateur drunk.”
“Sometimes I think my whole career and life has only been about a bloody Bat!”
“I’m a very simple man. You’ve got to have, like, a computer nowadays to turn the TV on and off…and the nightmare continues.”
“A life of booze, drugs and unprotected sex is only going to f*** you up! I mean, look at me!”
“I couldn’t be a royal. It’s like living in a supersonic goldfish bowl.”
“Last year I sang for the Queen of England, met the president of the United States, and got an Emmy and a star on The Walk of Fame. And what did I do? I was just being myself.”
“Of all the things I’ve lost I miss my mind the most.”
“Could be worse . . . I could be Sting.”
“Viagra’s a great sleeping drug. I take Viagra, and Sharon goes right to sleep.”
“LA’s not a good place to grow old. It’s a Paris Hilton-getting-fucked-up-the-arse kind of town . . . a town full of ambulance chasers.”
“I have a genuine love affair with my audience. When I’m on stage they’re not privileged to see me. It’s a privilege for me to see them.”
Recalling an LSD trip: “There were these horses in a field. They were talking to me.”
“The bat thought I was giving him the kiss of life!”