Ozzy Osbourne has told UsMagazine.com he is "getting a bit sick" of Lady Gaga, saying the pop star is "just too overexposed"."I do think Lady Gaga should take a break for a little while," Osbourne told the magazine. "She's getting to be too much, and she doesn't watch the exposure of her clothes. She's just too overexposed. I like her, but I'm getting a bit sick of her. When I turn on the TV, I see her wearing another lamp shade or whatever. She needs to take a break, I think, for an hour or so." "I love her, I think she's really, really entertaining, but she's doing a bit too much," he added. "Every day it is something else. The specialness of her is gonna get killed if she doesn't calm it down. Who manages her? Someone should whisper in her ear and say back off for a couple of months — let people gain interest back. Let people want you, you know?" During Gaga's February 5, 2010 appearance on Ryan Seacrest's radio show (hear audio below), Seacrest played the singer an excerpt from an interview he conducted with Ozzy in which Osbourne said of Gaga, "She's very clever, very interesting. She's wacky and I like the zaniness of that woman." According to MTV.com, this news pleased Gaga to no end. "Are you kidding? I'm the biggest BLACK SABBATH fan on Earth!" She even told Seacrest a story about how when she was a go-go dancer, one of her show-stopping numbers was to the SABBATH tune "Black Sabbath". Lady Gaga talking to Ryan Seacrest about BLACK SABBATH and Ozzy Osbourne:
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