Jack Osbourne reportedly got up and sang along to two BLACK SABBATH songs, "War Pigs" and "Paranoid", at Pangaea club in New York City Monday night. "People were lighting their lighters. It was like a heavy metal concert," a source told the New York Post. Surrounded by pretty young women at a table where two bottles of vodka were consumed, the son of Ozzy is said to have seemed smitten with Swedish Victoria's Secret model Camilla Thorsson, 22. When she sang "These Boots Are Made for Walking", Jack pretended he was going to lick her boots. After tipping the waitress $100, he exited with every hottie in the club and headed to Scores, where he had to beg for drinks because it was 3:45 a.m. and the bar had closed.
Meanwhile, Jack's sister Kelly Osbourne, 18, told fans during an AOL chat session on Monday night that she and her brother recently had their most dramatic fight.
"He threw me down concrete stairs," she said, admitting: "I hit him first."
She added, "It's just a sibling rivalry. We'll get over it one day."
Kelly has also been talking about her relationship with Bert McCracken, frontman of THE USED.
"I'm so in love," she told British reporters last week. "He's lovely. We're so happy. I've never met anyone like him before."
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