Metal icon and the frontman of Black Sabbath band Ozzy Osbourne made a surprising appearance at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022 closing ceremony, yesterday.
The Birmingham born star stepped into the stage from the crowds and hit a significant performance.
His band members Tony Iommi and Adam Wakeman appeared on the stage alongside the Prince of Darkness and presented “Paranoid.”
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It was the first live appearance for the singer in a few years due to the latest health issues Osbourne suffered from.
Last week, the Metal legend made a rare appearance with his wife, Sharon, and daughter, Kelly, after his latest health issues.
The Frontman of Black Sabbath underwent a serious injury in June.
Osbourne was spotted during having a walk into a hotel with his wife, and daughter.
In late June, Osbourne made a return by releasing a new release “Patient Number 9”. The release was the first for Osbourne since his 2020 “Ordinary Man.”
Osbourne said: “I was vaccinated and boosted and I still caught COVID in the end. My last album, Ordinary Man, was released just a few weeks before the pandemic started, and I was just about getting ready to go into the studio to work on this new one when the world shut down.”
“It’s no secret that the last four years have been very difficult for me but making this album took my mind off of my problems.”
The announcement of the record was accompanied by the release of the album titled single.
Previously, TV Star and the famous host of The Talk and The View Sharon Osbourne gave, on Saturday, a new update on her husband’s health, Hello Magazine reported.
She had time off from her show, The Talk UK, and came back to the United States to support her husband after contracting Coronavirus.
Osbourne expressed on Instagram: “Thank you for all the well wishes and support. Ozzy is much better and on the mend.”