New OZZY OSBOURNE Impersonator Turns Up On 'America's Got Talent'; Video Available

An Ozzy Osbourne impersonator by the name of Randy Hanson appeared on this week's episode of "America's Got Talent", the NBC-TV talent search show featuring amateur singers, dancers, magicians, comedians and other talents with Sharon Osbourne as one of the judges. Hanson, a 47-year-old carpenter, did such a convincing rendition of BLACK SABBATH's "Paranoid" that Sharon asked him to take his trousers down so she could make sure he wasn't really her husband. "That's the only way I can tell," she said.

Hanson was the second Ozzy Osbourne impersonator of the season. The first one, who goes by the name of The Ozzman, appeared on the show a few weeks back, and was absolutely hideous.

Ozzy Osbourne impersonator Randy Hanson on "America's Got Talent" (July 2008):

Ozzy Osbourne impersonator "The Ozzman" on "America's Got Talent" (June 2008):

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