THE OSBOURNES Travel To The U.K. To Film Special Show

Ozzy Osbourne and his family are heading home to England to film a special episode of their reality TV show.

His daughter Kelly will be in the UK this week to launch her new record and her family will meet up with her in London.

They will then shoot the third episode of the new series of "The Osbournes".

The second season of "The Osbournes" will premiere on Nov. 26, which is the same day that Kelly Osbourne's album, "Shut Up!" , comes out.

The series' second season is said to pick up just where the last one left off and will include Sharon Osbourne's bout with cancer, Kelly's career, the family's trip to Washington, D.C., for dinner with the President, the acquisition of more dogs, and more.

The show will air Tuesday nights at 10:30 p.m. PT/ET after "The Real World: Las Vegas".


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