Could THE COOPERS Be The Next OSBOURNES?

Stuff magazine recently asked Alice Cooper if he thought there was any chance of his family becoming the next Osbournes. "The Osbournes are the new Beverly Hillbillies," he said. "A bunch of people from Birmingham, England — the equivalent of Birmingham, Alabama — moving to a place they don't belong — Beverly Hills. Except that I've known Ozzy for a long time, and I've been through the DTs, the shaking, all of that — and it's not funny. He's going through hell on TV, which is weird. Now, when he leans back in the chair and falls, it's better than Jerry Lewis. I laugh, but it's still sad. The Cooper family is more like the Flanders family. The seemingly nice, all-American neighbors, but there's something creepy about them. Something dark. Something you want to keep away from."

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