According to Digital Spy, Ozzy Osbourne is among the celebrities that will speak candidly about being fired from high-profile jobs in a new TV series.

In "You Can't Fire Me, I'm Famous", former Mirror editor Piers Morgan — himself sacked after a photo scandal in 2004 — will interview famous faces about the real reasons for their departures.

Among those lined up are Ozzy Osbourne, who was ditched by his BLACK SABBATH bandmates; actress Martine McCutcheon, killed off in "EastEnders" in 1998; and Vinnie Jones, sacked for sinking his teeth into a journalist's nose.

The series begins Monday, June 5 on BBC One.


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