OZZY OSBOURNE Shops For Specs In Birmingham, Michigan

Ozzy Osbourne's recent Detroit stay certainly had its dark moment — the death of his road manager at his Birmingham hotel. But the former BLACK SABBATH singer and star of MTV's reality show "The Osbournes" also went on a shopping spree at SEE Eyewear in Birmingham, according to Detroit Free Press.

He is now visually ready for anything — Osbourne picked up 13 pairs of glasses, including sunglasses, metal and plastic frames with fashion tints and regular ophthalmic lenses.

"He was crazy about the unique styles," said SEE's manager, Lisa Bagwell. Indeed, she says, the store has some exclusive suppliers and in the past has drawn visits from the likes of Sean (P. Diddy) Combs, Britney Spears, Tim Allen and Cher.


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