OZZY OSBOURNE will reportedly receive his star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame in front of the Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum at 6780 Hollywood Boulevard at the corner of Hollywood Blvd. and Highland Av. On Friday, April 12th.
The ceremony will take place at 11:30 AM and OZZY fans are invited to come down and share in the moment. OZZY, the family, and other luminaries will also be present for the occasion.
In other news, OZZY has reportedly been invited to dinner at the White House on May 4th. The Washington Correspondents Dinner is traditionally attended by the president, members of his cabinet, members of Congress, and members of the Washington D.C. press corps.
The invitation follows the hugely-successful launch of The Osbournes, a new reality TV show following the BLACK SABBATH singer and his family.
The Osbournes has become music channel MTV's biggest-ever hit in the US, with more than six million viewers and President Bush is said to be a huge fan.
OSBOURNE said he was stunned to be invited, according to the Express newspaper.
He said: “I thought I'd be on a wanted poster on the wall, not invited to his place to tea.”
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