According to Bournemouth Echo, heavy metal legend Ozzy Osbourne was spotted earlier today (Wedesnday, September 30) as he took part in filming at Portland Bill on the Isle of Portland in Dorset, England.
The BLACK SABBATH singer was with his son, Jack Osbourne, who also took part in the filming. The pair then accompanied the TV crew to the Lobster Pot to get something to eat.
It is not known what Ozzy and Jack were filming, as the singer and the crew declined to comment when they were asked by fans.
Ozzy said in a 2008 interview that he had grown to hate reality TV.
"I'm sick and tired of it," he said.
"I don't like being on the TV we learned that the hard way with having cameras on us 24 hours a day from 'The Osbournes' show.
"It seems that every time I turn on the TV, they've got another bunch of celebrities with cameras in their faces following them around for a new show and I can't stand it.
"The only good reality show I can think of now is taking a whole bunch of kids, a wild animal and a bucket of dogshit," he laughed. "That's what I think of the whole thing."
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