The calendar may have turned to a long holiday weekend, but the drama continues.
Amber drops the bomb that
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Sharon Osbourne told Ozzy Osbourne to hit the road, literally!
Following the news that Ozzy reportedly cheated on his longtime wife Sharon, the History Channel announced it's premiere date for the singer's new travel series with son Jack Osbourne. The ten part show, titled World Detour, will feature Jack and the icon touring historical sites across the globe.
While we bet S.O. wishes this travel expedition came a little bit earlier now that her marriage is under intense scrutiny, at least the show's upcoming premiere on July 27 will hopefully distract the public from the couple's cheating scandal. Even though the pair are playing nice for the cameras, it's rumored that divorce is definitely still on the table!
As for the father/son duo's television adventure, the two are big history buffs so they probably had a blast. Who knows if the two are still as close now that O.O.'s transgression has been revealed.
So, will YOU tune into the show?
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Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Osbourne have called it quits.
You may recall the longtime couple briefly split back in 2013 after the rocker's drug and alcohol problem spun out of control, but we're hearing this split has nothing to do with substance abuse.
According to E! News, a source says the exes mutually agreed for Ozzy to move out while Sharon stays in the family home.
Although not confirmed, gossip is circulating that Sharon caught Ozzy, 67, having an affair with
This is just so sad.
As we previously reported, Stone Temple Pilots lead singer Scott Weiland was found dead in his tour bus by his manager while on the road in Minnesota — he was 48-years-old. Tragic.
Currently, the industry vet's cause of death has yet to be made available.
Many in Hollywood took to Twitter and Instagram, to pay tribute to Scott, once they learned of the rocker's untimely passing — including former bandmate Slash, Dave Navarro, Juliette Lewis, Tommy Lee, Taylor Momsen, Joe Perry, and many more.
Check out their responses below:
This is sure to get people talking.
Jack Osbourne tweeted a "thought for the day" on Thursday night, and it went right to the heart of the matter about the ongoing and disturbing criminal case surrounding former Subway pitch man Jared Fogle.
Because this is what he tweeted:
Their older sis, Aimee, is back in the spotlight following the release of her latest music video back in March — except this time, it's for an entirely different reason!
In a recent interview, the 32-year-old, who famously opted out of appearing on The Osbournes, opened up a lot about her familial problems!
She shared that despite living in the same city as her brother and sister:
"I wouldn't say there is an ease between us, but there is an acceptance. Do we socialize? No."
It seems by choosing not to star in the reality hit show back when she was 18, it had a lasting effect on this family.
And it's been fourteen years!
Celebs and politics — always fun!
So it went for reality TV star Jack Osbourne on Friday night, when he appeared on Meghan McCain's radio show to talk politics in Hollywood (and yes, McCain is the daughter of Senator John McCain, who has been involved in a feud with a notable new presidential candidate lately).
Meghan asked Osbourne about his thoughts on America's presidential election coming up next year, and Jack didn't hold back on blowing up, well, everyone!