"THE OSBOURNES" Dolls Coming To A Store Near You

Among the onslaught of OZZY OSBOURNE-related items that are due to surface on the market shortly will be an extensive line of bobble-head dolls depicting Ozzy, Sharon, Kelly, and Jack Osbourne. There are four different dolls for each family member—7-inch talking and non-talking models, 3-inch mini-bobbles, and bobble-head pens—with Ozzy's talking model saying, "I love you all, but you're all f--king mad!", while Sharon's is set to exclaim, "Minnie, Minnie, Minnie. I love Minnie." Meanwhile, Jack's doll bristles, "Shut up and leave my room now! I don't need your help!" and Kelly's exhorts, "My teeth. My car. My vagina. My business!"

Manufactured by NovelToy, the Osbourne Family Bobble Heads will be sold by Tower Records, Spencer Gifts, Musicland, and other outlets, retailing from $3.99 for the pens to $14.99 for the large talking bobble heads. They're also available by calling 1 (800) 991-8490 or via the web at noveltoy.com.


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