THE OSBOURNES To Appear On EMMY AWARDS Broadcast
The Osbourne family will be making a special appearance on this Sunday's NBC broadcast of the Emmy Awards at 8:00 p.m. EDT/PDT (hint: don't miss the opening) and will be presenting an award at the show, which acknowledges excellence in international television programming. Last Saturday, Sharon and Kelly were on hand for the Creative Arts Emmys (the non-broadcast portion of the awards given out for technical achievements and the like) to accept the award for Best Reality Series.
In other news, a bunch of new Osbournes-related merchandise items have been stocked at Fanfire at this location. Among the items being sold are: Ozzy Osbourne Prince of Darkness disposable lighter, Prince of Darkness Ozzfest T-Shirt, "Jaws" Ozzfest T-Shirt, 2003 Wall Calendar, Ozzy Hitching To Hell Lace Trim Tank Top, Ozzy Over the Shoulder Top (for the ladies), Ozzy Stick Figure Cap, and more.
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