In celebration of OZZY OSBOURNE's first album of all new studio material in six years, "Black Rain", the rock legend will perform for two consecutive evenings on ABC's fast-growing late-night talk show, "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" On Monday, May 21 and Tuesday, May 22, the two-time Grammy Award winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee will perform his new single, "I Don't Want To Stop", along with many others on The Pontiac Garage outdoor stage in the middle of Hollywood.
"Nobody rocks harder than Ozzy. I would like to apologize to our neighbors in advance," host Jimmy Kimmel said.
In his first late-night television performance since 2001, Osbourne will join the illustrious list of musical guests that have performed to sold-out shows of more than 800 ecstatic fans outside the "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" studio, including ARCTIC MONKEYS, TENACIOUS D, INCUBUS, DESTINY'S CHILD, GWEN STEFANI, COLDPLAY, 50 CENT, KELLY CLARKSON, DIDDY and AUDIOSLAVE.
For the only chance to see Osbourne perform his new single on late-night television, make sure to tune-in to "Jimmy Kimmel Live!", airing at 12:05 a.m. ET/PT on ABC.
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