OZZY OSBOURNE is being tipped to play a baddie in the next "Die Hard" movie, according to www.megastar.co.uk. Osbourne will reportedly appear in the film alongside Britney Spears, who is being lined up to play Bruce Willis' daughter in the fourth burnt offering of the explosive film franchise.
In other news, Pepsi is to premiere its latest advertising campaign with Ozzy Osbourne during this weekend's Super Bowl.
More than 100 million viewers are expected to see the 45-second commercial for the new lemon-flavored Pepsi Twist.
The commercial stars the BLACK SABBATH frontman and his children, Jack and Kelly, along with a host of celebrities.
It shows the two Osbourne children "unwrapping" their faces to reveal they are in fact Donny and Marie Osmond.
As they begin to sing, the advert cuts to a horrified Ozzy Osbourne awaking from his nightmare and crying out for his wife, Sharon, reports Media Guardian.
The final scene reveals that the woman lying in bed next to him is not his wife but Florence Henderson, the actress who played Carol Brady in 1970s sitcom "The Brady Bunch".
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