JACK OSBOURNE to Host British TV Series

August 29, 2003

Jack Osbourne, the 17-year-old son of heavy metal star Ozzy Osbourne, will host "Union Jack", a new television series set to air on Britain's Channel 4 in November, according to the Associated Press.

The program will follow Osbourne to parties, premieres and celebrity haunts in Los Angeles and feature his opinions on the latest movies and music.

Channel 4 said the show would "give a fresh take on all things cool and strange in Hollywood."

Osbourne — along with sister Kelly, mother Sharon and father Ozzy, the former frontman for BLACK SABBATH — became an international star through the MTV reality series "The Osbournes", which follows the profanity-filled proceedings at the British-born rocker's Los Angeles home.

Earlier this year Jack Osbourne spent two months at a rehabilitation clinic undergoing treatment for alcohol and drug abuse.

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