When legendary actor William Shatner needed some help recording a cover of BLACK SABBATH's "Iron Man" for his "Seeking Major Tom" album, he turned to none other than Ozzy Osbourne's longtime axeman Zakk Wylde for a little help.

And how did Shatner repay Wylde? By ripping him a new one at last year's Rock & Roll Roast of Zakk Wylde in Anaheim, California. Check out Shatner's roast video below.

Want to attend the live taping of this year's Rock & Roll Roast of Dee Snider (TWISTED SISTER) on Thursday, January 24 at the Grove in Anaheim? The Roast — presented by Revolver and Guitar World magazines — is open to the public this year, and will air live on AXS TV at midnight ET (9 p.m. PT).

A portion of the proceeds will benefit MusiCares, a nonprofit organization of The Recording Academy that provides emergency financial assistance and addiction recovery resources to music people in need. Snider was recently named one of the 100 greatest living rock stars by Revolver.

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