Magazine: OZZY To 'Bite The Dust' In Nine Years

Ozzy Osbourne will live another nine years before "biting the dust," according to a magazine report.

In the Blender magazine article "When Will Your Favorite Rock Star Die?", out on newsstands next week, gerontologist Dr. David Demko attempts to project the death dates of musicians, based on their lifestyles.

Whitney Houston gains five for being married, but loses four for being married to Bobby Brown. She's expected to die in 2022.

Clay Aiken is expected to live to be 82 because he lives so squeaky-clean.

Courtney Love earns five years for having new breasts, which increases her self-esteem, but loses eight for enjoying "the occasional truckload of cigarettes." She's projected to live to be 62.

Demko is determined ROLLING STONES guitarist Keith Richards should have died in 1995.

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