Poll: THE OSBOURNES Are In Danger Of Overexposure
OZZY OSBOURNE and his family are in danger of media overexposure, according to 58% of voters taking part in a recently completed Billboard.com poll. Out of 5,302 respondents, 31% believe that the family's television show, the Ozzfest concert tour, book deals, and a seemingly endless stream of media appearances have tarnished their initial appeal. An additional 27% agree, but insist they're still interested to see what happens next.
On the other side, 29% say that the media onslaught the family has both endured and taken part in is no different than that of any other popular trend. Another 13% say they'll take every last Osbournes-related nugget they can get.
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