OZZY OSBOURNE Rates Rehab Centers
Gossip columnist Jeannette Walls of MSNBC is reporting that that Playboy magazine recently asked Ozzy Osbourne — a veritable connoisseur of rehab centers — which ones he liked and didn't.
"Betty Ford is a good one. And a place called Promises, in Malibu, which is like a [bleeping] Hollywood camp resort for wealthy [bleeping] lunatics," Osbourne tells the October issue of the mag. "Hazelden, in Minnesota, is a really hard one. They do not [bleep] around. I checked out because it scared me. They use a thing called tough love, where they're like 'You [bleeping] piece of [bleep]!' I was like, 'I felt like a piece of [bleep] before. That's why I am paying you all this money. You don't need to tell me every day.'"
When asked what he thinks of the rumored possibility that Colin Farrell will play him in a movie, Osbourne responded, "Who the [bleep] is Colin Farrell?"
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