Ozzy Osbourne and his wife/manager Sharon will guest on "The Graham Norton Show" tomorrow night (Monday, October 5) at 22.35 on U.K.'s BBC One. A three-minute preview of their appearance can be viewed below."The Graham Norton Show" is a comedy talk show that aired on BBC Two from February 2007 to May 2009 and is now being broadcast on BBC One. Presented by Irish comedian Graham Norton, the show's format is very similar to his previous Channel 4 programs, "V Graham Norton" and "So Graham Norton", both of which were also produced by SO Television. Hachette Audio has set an October 22 U.K. release date for the audiobook version of Ozzy's memoir, "I Am Ozzy". The book, which was originally slated to arrive almost two years ago but was delayed twice, was published in the U.K. on October 1. "I Am Ozzy" chronicles the star's humble beginnings in the U.K. to his current position as international music and TV celebrity. Publisher Antonia Hodgson called the book "fantastic," adding that it was "very much in the tone of his voice, very funny and a very full story." A U.S. publication date has yet to be announced. Sharon Osbourne published her own best-selling memoir in 2005, called "Extreme: My Autobiography". A second volume was rushed out in 2008 after Ozzy's book was delayed. Ozzy is working on a new album that he expects to release next year.
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