One of reality TV’s first families — “The Osbournes” — was interviewed on this past Tuesday’s (October 11) edition of “Piers Morgan Tonight”, the nightly hourlong show that replaced “Larry King Live” on CNN in January. You can now watch the program in four parts below. Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne talked about their turbulent past. “It’s frightening,” she said, reflecting on a past innocent of domestic violence. But “as hard as Ozzy would hit me, I would clobber him back,” she continued. “If ever he went to hit me, I would just go right back for him.”
She said the violence led to a separation, but just a brief one. “That one time, when Ozzy was arrested we were parted for three months…by the third month, it’s like, ‘we can make it work,'” she said.
Ozzy has just kicked off a short book-signing tour to promote the publication of his new book, “Trust Me, I’m Dr. Ozzy: Advice From Rock’s Ultimate Survivor”. The collection of health advice columns penned by Ozzy Osbourne and collaborator Chris Ayres was published on October 11. Ozzy did his first book-signing session on that date in Huntington Beach, California, and has scheduled six more in California, Nevada and Arizona.
The columns first appeared in the U.K.’s Sunday Times and in the U.S. in Rolling Stone. In the pieces, Ozzy “embraces his status as a medical marvel to tell incredible stories, offer advice as only he can and shed light on his seemingly superhuman ability to stay alive,” according to a press release.