NewsOzzy Osbourne wants to go back to England

Ozzy Osbourne wants to go back to England

Created: 08/29/2022 Updated: 08/29/2022, 5:25 p.m

Ozzy Osbourne
Rock star Ozzy Osbourne at the Closing Ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. © David Davies/PA Wire/dpa

“Time to come home”: After years in the USA, the Osbournes are moving back to their old homeland.

LONDON – British rock legend Ozzy Osbourne plans to move back to England with his wife from the United States next year.

“It’s time. America has changed so drastically. It’s not United States in any way. Nothing is united. It’s a strange place to live right now,” the 73-year-old told The Observer (Sunday) in an interview in London following his recent surprise appearance at the Commonwealth Games in his hometown of Birmingham. “I don’t want to die in America,” added the Brit. “It’s time for me to come home.”

Osbourne, who became known as the frontman of the heavy metal band Black Sabbath, used the corona lockdowns to work on new music. His new album “Patient Number 9” will be released on September 9th.

However, his health is severely impaired. He suffers from Parkinson’s and has been weakened by several operations in recent years. Despite this, the artist still aspires to go on tour. “You haven’t seen the end of Ozzy Osbourne yet, I promise you that.” dpa

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