Scotsman.com is reporting that Ozzy Osbourne will perform at this year's Royal Variety show, it was announced today.

The rocker — who grappled with a burglar at his Surrey mansion earlier this week — will give his only U.K. performance of the year.

Wife Sharon will also take the stage at the event, held at the London Coliseum on December 14 in the presence of the Prince of Wales.

Liza Minnelli will make her Royal Variety performance debut.

Sir Elton John, Jamelia, Gwen Stefani, GIRLS ALOUD and Denise Van Outen are all on the bill.

Brian McFadden and Delta Goodrem will give the first TV performance of their new duet "Almost Here".

Nathan Lane and Lee Evans will perform a medley of songs from West End hit "The Producers", while Sir Cliff Richard is promising "a few musical surprises."

The performance will be broadcast on BBC1 on December 15.


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