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Kelly Osbourne's "There Is No Secret" Book Due April 25

April 25 sees the release of "There is No F*cking Secret: Letters From A Badass Bitch", the new memoir from Ozzy Osbourne's daughter Kelly. In the book, the 32-year-old TV personality shares stories through a series of letters detailing everything from her mom Sharon's cancer to "The View" racism...
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Happy Birthday To Rod Stewart

Happy 72nd Birthday to Sir Roderick David "Rod" Stewart, who was born January 10, 1945. Stewart was born in Highgate, London, England and is one of the most successful male singers in rock history. Stewart will make several appearances at Ceasars Palace in Las Vegas beginning March 15, 2017 and his...
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Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne To Renew Marriage Vows

Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne are reportedly planning to renew their marriage vows. Sharon revealed the news in a recent interview with U.K. tabloid the Sun, saying: "Ozzy asked me to renew our wedding vows and I'd like to. I'm happy and to be honest that's all I want for Christmas this year. It is easy...
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Phil Collins Says He Did Not Divorce His Wife By Fax

Phil Collins has been dogged by a story for decades that he divorced his second wife, Jill Tavelman, via fax in 1994. In a new interview with ABC News, Collins says that story is simply not true. "[It] reallly hurt my career, or my public persona," Collins says. "And it was based on an untruth. So...
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Rod Stewart Knighted At Buckingham Palace

You may now call him Sir Roderick Stewart. Rocker Rod Stewart was knighted by Britain's Prince William at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday and a photo from the ceremony can be seen below. Stewart was honored for his services to music and charity in a ceremony he called "mind-blowing" and "wonderful...
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Ozzy Osbourne Accidentally Texted Robert Plant Looking For His Cat

Ozzy Osbourne and his son Jack recently appeared on "Conan" to promote their new History Channel reality show. During the appearance, Conan asked Ozzy if he's good at working with apps and Jack jumps in to tell a classic story. (Photo by USA Today)
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