OZZY Wants To Spend His Final Days In England

Ozzy Osbourne has has told KFTY Santa Rosa that he eventually wants to move his family back to Britain.

"Sharon and I have been debating about where we want to live at the end of the day," he said. "When I've done all my bits and pieces in America, I want to finish my days back in England. I was born there and I don't want to die in another country. Or if I do, I want to be buried in England."

Ozzy, along with wife Sharon, is expected to attend the induction ceremony for Ozzy's former guitarist Randy Rhoads, who is being honored with a bronze bust along the RockWalk posthumous inductee wall the sidewalk gallery on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, California. Randy's induction takes place today (March 18) at 1 p.m. and is open to the public. Other musicians expected to attend include Zakk Wylde, Yngwie Malmsteen and Rudy Sarzo.


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