There's no way we could be this lucky... right?!
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Lemmy Kilmister's tragic passing came as a shock to quite a few people — particularly in the music industry.
Though several people took to social media yesterday to share their reactions and thoughts on the Motörhead frontman's death — including Ozzy Osbourne, Eddie Trunk, and Ice-T – it may have hit Ozzy a bit harder than most.
The Black Sabbath singer opened up to Rolling Stone saying:
"All I've done since I heard the news was reflect. He was a good guy, a very good friend of mine. I'm still in some shock."
The former reality star then revealed:
This is just so sad!
On Monday, it was revealed that Lemmy Kilmister, the lead singer for Motörhead, has passed away. The musician was 70-years-old. Tragic!
Close friend and radio personality Eddie Trunk took to Twitter to confirm the news with his many fans. He relayed:
On Sunday, Kelly Osbourne was sent to the hospital for a broken foot. Whoa!
The former Fashion Police host took to Instagram to document her painful journey.
On one snap (above) from the trip, she wrote:
"I have a fracture, chipped bone and torn tendon!!!! 😭😭😭😭😭Thank you to the amazing Doctors and nurses for taking such good care of me."
Aww! Poor Kelly.
Ozzy Osbourne's daughter took to the picture sharing site again to share SEVERAL pics (below) of her swollen ankle. Oof!
Not only did the What Do You Mean singer pay homage to master illusionist Harry Houdini — but he also went outside the box with his answers for his odd yet candid Q&A with the publication.
The 21-year-old discussed everything from his time living with Selena Gomez (wait, what??) to his life as a Christian.
Ch-ch-check out the top five quotes from his quirky interview (below)!