OZZY OSBOURNE Gets Honored, Makes "Austin Powers" Cameo
OZZY OSBOURNE was honored with a Prism Award on Thursday, May9th in Los Angeles for showing an accurate depiction of drug, alcohol, or tobacco addiction in his song "Junkie", from 2001's Down to Earth.
The sixth annual awards, also presented in the fields of film, television, interactive media, and comic books, are given out by the Entertainment Industries Council.
In related news, OZZY will reportedly be making a special cameo appearance in the upcoming film Austin Powers In Goldmember, which is due to hit theaters on July 26th.
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