OZZY OSBOURNE In 'Jersey Shore'; Official Spoof Video Released

One of the TV and movie spoofs from Ozzy Osbourne's new concert intro film is available below. Ozzy got decked out in a fake-bake tan and his Ed Hardy best as he hung with the cast of "Jersey Shore" and started some serious [email protected]%# with Snooki! Also available is fan-filmed footage of Ozzy Osbourne's entire six-minute Ozzfest 2010 pre-concert video montage.

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?'"

Ozzy in "Jersey Shore" (from Osbourne's official YouTube channel):

Fan-filmed footage of entire pre-concert video montage:

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