Sharon Osbourne defended husband Ozzy for mangling "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" Aug. 17 at Wrigley Field, telling Barbara Walters on ABC's "20/20" last week that the former BLACK SABBATH singer simply didn't know the words. "First of all, Ozzy has never watched a sports game in his life. He didn't know the song, and I just said, 'Come in and help me out. Don't let me go and do it by myself,' So he came in, and he's going, 'Game, peanuts, uh.' And then he's like going, 'Can we go home now?' "
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