OZZY OSBOURNE Fans Interviewed At San Diego Book Signing (Video)

Jason Bang of "Wassup San Diego" has uploaded a 20-minute video clip featuring interview footage with fans attending the Ozzy Osbourne book signing on October 13 at barnes & Noble in San Diego, California. You can now watch it below.

Ozzy's second book, "Trust Me, I'm Dr. Ozzy: Advice From Rock's Ultimate Survivor", debuted at Number 12 on the New York Times "Hardcover Advice & Misc." best sellers list, earning Ozzy his second Times best seller after his 2010 memoir, "I Am Ozzy". The book is based on Ozzy's ongoing series of medical and health advice columns which run in Rolling Stone and the U.K.'s Sunday Times. The book features some of the best material from the columns, along with previously unpublished stories from Ozzy's life, charts, sidebars and celebrity medical questions.

Ozzy told The Pulse Of Radio not long ago that he thinks his column has struck a chord with readers because they can relate to what he's saying. "A lot of what I talk about is basically common sense, you know," he said. "But I mean, as someone else told me, when you're in that hole, you want to ask somebody to help you get out of it, and it's very hard for a lot of people to ask for help, you know."

The column began last year after a research project mapped Ozzy's DNA in order to find out how he had survived nearly 40 years of drug and alcohol abuse in relatively good health.

The findings contained elements in Ozzy's DNA that scientists had never encountered before, which made headlines around the world.

Ozzy has been on a promotional tour to support the book and appeared on Tuesday morning's (October 25) edition of CBS-TV's "The Talk", which is co-hosted by his wife and manager Sharon.


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