'Little Ozzy' Performs For SHARON OSBOURNE On 'America's Got Talent' (Video)

Ozzy Osbourne impersonator Little Ozzy auditioned for "America's Got Talent" last night in front of Ozzy's wife, Sharon Osbourne, who is one of the judges on the talent competition. He sang "Mama I'm Comin' Home" — a song Ozzy wrote especially for her.

"I have to tell you something. My husband is away from me right now, and it made me miss him even more by you singing me that song, so I really thank you," Sharon said before declining to let him through to the next round.

Check out video footage of Little Ozzy's performance below.

Little Ozzy was created by Lin Doak, 45, an ex-MINIKISS member who left the band after four years of touring the country with them to create a new live act.

Lin Doak is 4 feet and 8 inches short. He looks and sounds remarkably like Ozzy Osbourne.

For the first time ever, there is a little person Ozzy Osbourne tribute in the U.S. This act actually plays their instruments and is a killer real band. Other little people acts lip-synch to tracks...NOT LITTLE OZZY! The band has been together only one year and is hitting big stages and casinos all over the country and was personally invited by GWAR to headline their annual GWAR-B-Q. They have shared the stage with such acts as CORROSION OF CONFORMITY, KIX, SKID ROW, JACKYL and many more.

Lin is also working on a new reality show in Hollywood called "Little Rockers". It is being pitched to major networks now.


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