KELLY OSBOURNE Denies Her Mother Pushes OZZY To Tour More Than He Wants To
During a recent interview with the "Karlson & McKenzie" show on Boston's WZLX 100.7 FM radio station, Ozzy Osbourne's daughter Kelly was asked if Ozzy's wife/manager Sharon pushes him to tour as much as he does. "Absolutely not," Kelly replied. "That's just what people write when my mom doesn't give them the money they want; that 's what they say… It's all politics in the music industry because they can't stand that a woman is smarter than them."
According to Kelly, Ozzy regularly complains about being on the road, but never wants to stop playing for his fans. "He's said that [he was done touring] halfway through every tour he's ever been on in his entire life, but as soon as he gets home, he says, 'When am I going on tour again?'" she said. "He was born to do it, [and] he never wants to stop. And when he isn't doing it, he can't stand it."
Audio of Kelly Osbourne talking to "Karlson & McKenzie":
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