Ozzy Osbourne's children, Kelly and Jack Osbourne, recently visited with Chris Harrison in the TV Guide studio to talk about about their family's return to television with the premiere next Tuesday (March 31) on Fox of "Osbournes: Reloaded". Watch the six-minute chat below.
The show will include a variety of skits and pranks, including one sketch where Ozzy serves customers at the drive-through window of a fast food restaurant. But Ozzy confessed he was less than enamored with the segment, saying, "Not to my liking, to be honest with you. I didn't get involved in the entertainment business to do fast food restaurants. These people really work . . . I come from a working class background. I've never forgotten that. I've done my share of destroying hotel rooms and all of that stuff. It makes me realize they're still out there and they're still doing them jobs."
Other segments feature a young blindfolded man duped into kissing a grandmother, a visit from actress Pamela Anderson, and the Osbournes traveling around the country to find other Osbourne clans.
The program will also include musical performances.
Six episodes of the series have been shot, with the network waiting to see how they do before ordering more.
Ozzy is also working on a new studio album to follow up 2007's "Black Rain".
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