OZZY OSBOURNE is writing a Broadway musical based on the nutty Russian monk Rasputin, according to MTV.com.
Osbourne has already started writing material for the project and plans to record it at a studio he is building in the famed Osbournes house, he said a the "School Of Rock" premiere last week.
Ozzy, who recently parted with his longtime label, also said all of his future recordings will be distributed independently.
"We don't like record labels," the singer's wife and manager, Sharon, said, sticking her tongue out to make the sound of flatulence. "[Poop] on record labels."
"Especially Epic," added daughter Kelly, who was also dropped from Epic.
"Easy," warned son Jack, who reminded them that he still works for the label's A&R department.
Ozzy will next be heard dueting with Kelly on a cover of the BLACK SABBATH song "Changes", due on the September 30 re-release of her debut (now also re-titled "Changes"). "It was really fun," Kelly said.
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