Ozzy Osbourne dropped by "The Chris Moyles Show" on BBC Radio 1 Friday (November 11) to talk about what it was like to be the world's biggest reality TV star, what the kids are up to, Sharon's spending habits, what he really thinks of Christmas, "The X-Factor" and more. Listen to a replay of the interview, with Ozzy dropping in about 1 hour and 20 minutes in, and check out pictures, from BBC.co.uk.In other news, BBC Radio 2's Jonathan Ross was joined by Ozzy on his program Saturday (November 12) to discuss Osbourne's new album, "Under Cover". Ozzy talked about his wife's shopping addiction, his career, his son Jack's dramatic weight loss, what he thought about Jonathan believing Kelly is "really sexy" even though he's old enough to be her father, and more. Listen to a replay of the show, with Ozzy dropping by 47 minutes in, and Ross playing Ozzy's "In My Life" and "Rocky Mountain Way", at BBC.co.uk. Also on the Ozzy-related front, Osbourne was photographed arriving at Heathrow Airport in London, England on Tuesday (November 8) on a flight from Los Angeles. Check out pictures from Rex Features.
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