OZZY Gets Massage, SLASH Raps With Tarot Card Reader At Dallas OZZFEST Stop

According to the Dallas Morning News, Hotel ZaZa in downtown Dallas was something akin to summer camp headquarters for the Ozzfest stars last week. Founder and spiritual leader Ozzy Osbourne, checked in, unpacked and kicked back. (He was suffering from a respiratory infection.) He spent most of one afternoon in the ZaSpa, where he received an 80-minute No Mercy massage.

Former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Slash spent much of one evening in the ZaZa restaurant Dragonfly rapping with tarot card reader Valentina . (Slash now plays for VELVET REVOLVER.) Folks who were present report that Slash appeared more interested in telling Valentina her future than in learning his own.

VELVET REVOLVER and the band's frontman Scott Weiland had joined the tour only a few days earlier, but Scott jumped right into the "living well is the best revenge" vibe.

After a Swedish massage, the former STONE TEMPLE PILOTS singer dined poolside at ZaZa on caviar and trout.


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