SHARON OSBOURNE To Employees: Sign, Or Else

The following item comes to us courtesy of today's edition of the New York Post:

Everyone working on Sharon Osbourne's birthday party on New Year's Eve at the Beverly Hills Hotel — where Sharon and Ozzy will also celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary by renewing their vows — has been forced to sign a confidentiality agreement. New York magazine reports the two-plus-page document forbids talking about the family in any way that "may harm, disparage, demean, or reflect negatively or poorly upon or cause injury to the reputation, character or career of any of the Osbourne parties."


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