OZZY OSBOURNE Performs 'Crazy Train' At STEWART, COLBERT's Star-Studded Rally (Video)

Ozzy Osbourne performed his classic song "Crazy Train" at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Saturday (October 30) during Comedy Central funnymen Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert's "Rally to Restore Sanity And/Or Fear" as part of a duel with Cat Stevens, also known as Yusuf Islam, singing "Peace Train". According to CNN, Stewart stopped Osbourne, rooting for Islam, as Colbert urged Osbourne on. The two compromised on the O'JAYS, who showed up to sing their hit "Love Train". Watch video footage of Osbourne's appearance below.

Stewart and Colbert announced the rally in September, less than three weeks after conservative talk-show host Glenn Beck hosted a much-publicized "Restoring Honor" rally on the National Mall.

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