Fiona Cummins of Mirror.co.uk is reporting that Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne have launched a fierce attack on her fellow "X Factor" presenter Simon Cowell.
Sharon, who has accused Cowell of rigging the result of the hit ITV talent show, said: "Ozzy warned me at the beginning 'You're not going to win'.
"Even if I had THE BEATLES, THE ROLLING STONES and JIMI HENDRIX, I still wouldn't f*****g win."
Furious Ozzy, 55, said: I'll break his f*****g nose.
"I want to know where Simon buys his boots, so I can fill them full of s**t and throw them at him."
Former BLACK SABBATH frontman Ozzy raged on: "I'll lend him my quad bike — maybe that would help him improve his ratings."
He was referring to his accident on his Buckinghamshire estate last year, which left him in a coma for eight days. Cowell suggested it was a publicity stunt to boost sales of Ozzy's Christmas single, but he later apologized. Read more.
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