OZZY OSBOURNE Stars At Prince's Trust Party: Photos Available

People.co.uk is reporting that Ozzy Osbourne stole the show last night (May 20) as stars celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Prince's Trust.

During a video at the Tower of London showing people who have benefited from the trust, the BLACK SABBATH singer began shouting from the wings.

Then, wearing his trademark purple shades, he took to the stage and whipped up the crowd.

Check out pictures of Ozzy's performance: Film Magic, Wire Image.

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Earlier Annie Lennox performed her hit "Walking On Broken Glass", then a moving rendition of "There Must Be An Angel" to a piano accompaniment.

Other acts performing for the 2,000 guests plus Prince Charles and sons William and Harry included the BEE GEES, SUGABABES and RONAN KEATING. Showman David Blaine also made a surprise appearance.

Trust bosses, headed by Charles, expect the gig to raise millions for underprivileged youngsters.


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