According to his wife Sharon Osbourne, he only knew he was going to do the gig at his hometown of Birmingham six days before he was on stage.
He was performing in front of 30,000 people at Alexandra Stadium, as well as millions of people watching on their TVs.
Check out the unreal performance below.
“They asked us six months ago, and Ozzy couldn’t possibly have done it till after his last operation,” she said.
“They saw Ozzy at Comic-Con and they said, ‘All right. Come on. Get him over.’ And we were like ‘All right’. And literally it was six days from their phone call to getting him there.”
Sharon was also stoked that Ozzy could to perform in the town he was born and raised in, giving the city a bunch of love as well as saying her husband will never forgot his roots.
“Birmingham is an amazing city now. It’s cosmopolitan. It’s beautiful. No matter what he achieves in his life, no matter whatever he does, he’s from Birmingham. He’s so proud of coming from Birmingham.”
He is very organic with everything. He is, and always will be, a working-class hero. He hasn’t changed one inch.
It’s bloody awesome to see Ozzy is feeling better and still rocking out like no one else can.
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