Ozzy Osbourne and daughter Kelly stormed into the U.K. singles charts at No. 1 with their remake of the BLACK SABBATH classic "Changes".Despite Ozzy and Kelly Osbourne's success they are only fourth favorite to hold on at the top for another week and bag the coveted Christmas No. 1 slot. THE DARKNESS and POP IDOLS are both expected to leap above the Osbournes, with the IDOLS tipped to take the top slot. "Changes" debuted at No. 1 less than a week after Ozzy was seriously injured in a quad bike accident at his home in the U.K.
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