Pop superstar Justin Bieber takes on Ozzy Osbourne's '80s classic "Crazy Train" on an upcoming episode of Spike TV's show "Lip Sync Battle", the new karaoke series inspired by the segment on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon".
In the preview clip below, Justin gets into full character, looking unrecognizable in a black wig and dark black eyeliner.
Back in January 2011, Bieber and Osbourne teamed up for a Super Bowl TV commercial for home electronics chain Best Buy.
Asked by Esquire magazine in a 2014 interview about some of his notorious rock star shenanigans, particularly when he snorted a line of ants — as mentioned in MÖTLEY CRÜE's "The Dirt" — Ozzy said: "I've got no recollection of snorting those ants, but it beats throwing eggs like Mr. Fucking Bieber!"
Ozzy went on to say: "I heard he pissed in a bucket in some restaurant. So what? I pissed on the Alamo, which is a national shrine. In a woman's dress. At 7 a.m., with a bottle of Courvoisier in one hand, and my dick in the other."
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