• "Nobody ever asked!" replied Osbourne.
  • Where does Sharon Osbourne live? Got a mortgage?
  • Sharon Osbourne's cars, boats and other vehicles.
  • Sharon Osbourne's pets and their names

The Osbournes: Season 1 (Uncensored)

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Osbourne has abused alcohol and other drugs for most of his adult life. "I get high, I get fucked up", he admitted to in 1978. "What the hell's wrong with getting fucked up? There must be something wrong with the system if so many people have to get fucked up ... I never take dope or anything before I go on stage. I'll smoke a or whatever afterwards." Black Sabbath band mate Tony Iommi said that while all the band were involved with alcohol and other drugs to various degrees in the 1970s, Osbourne had the unhealthiest lifestyle of them all. Despite this, said Iommi, he was typically the only one left standing when the others were "out for the count". At least one member of Osbourne's band, keyboardist , admits the singer's substance abuse issues were what caused him to leave the band.

Osbourne has abused alcohol and other drugs for most of his adult life. "I get high, I get fucked up", he admitted to in 1978. "What the hell's wrong with getting fucked up? There must be something wrong with the system if so many people have to get fucked up ... I never take dope or anything before I go on stage. I'll smoke a or whatever afterwards." Black Sabbath band mate Tony Iommi said that while all the band were involved with alcohol and other drugs to various degrees in the 1970s, Osbourne had the unhealthiest lifestyle of them all. Despite this, said Iommi, he was typically the only one left standing when the others were "out for the count". At least one member of Osbourne's band, keyboardist , admits the singer's substance abuse issues were what caused him to leave the band.

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Osbourne dealt with at school. Drawn to the stage, he took part in school plays such as and . Upon hearing their first hit single at age 14, he became a great fan of . He credits the band's 1963 song "" for inspiring him to become a musician. He said in the 2011 documentary that "as soon as I heard 'She Loves You' on the radio, I knew I wanted to be a rock star for the rest of my life".