Kelly acknowledges her relationship with her big sister Aimee is not in good standing. “People” quoted Kelly saying that the two are very different and don’t really talk. According to her, it is mutual and the two just don’t each other.
Aimee has said in past at “The Independent” that she only speaks with her parents. About the rest of the family, she mentioned she wouldn’t say there is an ease between them, but they accept each other. They don’t socialize though.
The Osbournes Want to Believe
Spearheaded by Jack, the “The Osbournes Want to Believe” is a Travel Channel reality gig. Jack is the host and his parents chime in for color commentary about one of his TV passions: ghost hunting and paranormal activity.
He’s been tracking the undead for years on the Travel Channel hosting shows featuring spooky encounters. This one has remarkably stayed on TV for two seasons.
Jack’s Ghost Hunting Show
As president of Osbourne Media, Jack has launched more than one paranormal program on The Travel Channel. In 2019, he teamed up with Katrina Weidman, a paranormal researcher and investigator. Together they host the scary-sounding “Portals to Hell” series. They visit locales with a ghostly reputation all around the world and investigate for paranormal activity.
This show launched “The Osbournes Want to Believe.” Sharon and Ozzy appeared on “Portals to Hell” in a watch party episode, opining on whether Jack and Katrina’s evidence of ghost encounters are real or not.
Ioomi Bullied Ozzy as a Kid
You know Black Sabbath was a band of madmen when you find out the irreverent badass Ozzy was bullied in grade school by Tony Iommi, a Sabbath guitarist.
This story came from Ozzy in a 1982 interview.
Ozzy's Confession at the “The Howard Stern Show”
The first time he landed in rehab, at the Betty Ford Clinic he thought he was going to learn how to handle his alcohol intake. Perhaps as a social drinker, something more civilized than his behavior. Instead, it was cold turkey. It did little good, and he ended up in rehab six more times.
Finally, he made up his mind to be sober. The man was quoted saying that he couldn’t stand living and was simultaneously afraid of dying. Ozzy called this state “a god-awful place” to be in. He made it four years. Five if you ask him.