OZZY OSBOURNE 'Deserves An Oscar' For His OZZFEST 2010 Pre-Concert Video Montage

Fan-filmed footage of Ozzy Osbourne's entire six-minute Ozzfest 2010 pre-concert video montage — featuring the Prince of Darkness set in everything from a "Jersey Shore" scene to a Lady Gaga video — can be viewed below.

Molly Woulfe of NWI.com, who wrote that Ozzy deserves an Oscar for his performance in the montage, described the video in the following way: "No greatest-hits reel for Ozzy; the BLACK SABBATH frontman bedeviled the nouveau famous by inserting himself into a montage of film clips that spoofed 'Avatar' to 'The Hangover'. His take on 'Twilight':

"Bella/Kristen Stewart: 'Your skin is pale white and ice-cold.'

"Ozzy as Edward/Robert Pattinson: '... Vampires are (bleep). I'm the Prince of (bleeping) Darkness!'

"[Ozzy then] surfaced as Mike "The Situation" in MTV's 'Jersey Shore'. Resident sexpot Snooki huffy-puffed away when Osbourne advised her to cross her legs. Equally endearing was his cameo in Lady Gaga's 'Telephone' video. Ozzy, in full drag as Beyonce, looked over the tarted-up Gaga and snorted, 'What the (bleep) are you wearing?'"

This year's Ozzfest main stage features full sets from OZZY OSBOURNE, MÖTLEY CRÜE, ROB HALFORD, DEVILDRIVER and NONPOINT. Second stage headliners and six-time Ozzfest veterans BLACK LABEL SOCIETY are joined by DROWNING POOL, KINGDOM OF SORROW, and GOATWHORE, SKELETONWITCH, SAVIOURS and KATAKLYSM. In addition to non-stop music on both stages, concert-goers can once again visit the Ozzfest "Village of the Damned," featuring a mix of interactive activities, shopping and entertainment throughout the venue concourses. All six dates of the Live Nation-produced tour feature "all-in ticket pricing," which means there are no hidden fees whatsoever — no parking charges at the shows, no facility or surcharge fees — the price you see is the price you pay. Tickets prices start as low as $30 per ticket when purchased in a four-pack.


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