Ozzy Osbourne was interviewed on this past Monday's (February 8) edition of E! television network's "Chelsea Lately" show. Watch video of his appearance below."Chelsea Lately" is a late-night talk show hosted by comedienne Chelsea Handler. It premiered on Monday, July 16, 2007 at 11:30 p.m. EST as a successor to the mini-series "The Chelsea Handler Show". It is taped in Los Angeles, California. For more information, go to this location. Ozzy Osbourne has announced more book-signing appearances to promote the publication of his first memoir, "I Am Ozzy". The singer will make six stops in the Southwest and on the West Coast, starting on February 18 in Las Vegas and ending on February 27 in Dallas. There's no word on whether the Prince of Darkness will schedule any more signing appearances yet. "I Am Ozzy" chronicles the legendary metal icon's life from his working-class beginnings in Birmingham, England to his initial fame with BLACK SABBATH to his massive solo career and forays into television, as well as his years battling addictions to drugs and alcohol. Now that he's sober, Ozzy tells The Pulse of Radio he can't believe he's still standing. "We all take life for granted, you know, and nobody wants to talk about the fact that any of us could go to bed one night and never wake up again," he said. "We just take life for granted. I was under the influence of one chemical or another for so long that the joy of just coming around, waking up now without a hangover is great, you know." "I Am Ozzy" debuted at No. 2 on the New York Times' hardcover non-fiction best-seller list last weekend. Ozzy is currently finishing up his new studio album, which was first called "Soul Sucka" but will now go out under a different title. Ozzy also says that his long-running Ozzfest tour will be back this summer after a one-year hiatus.
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