OZZY OSBOURNE Offers Unlucky Game Show Contestant Hope

May 8, 2007

According to ContactMusic.com, Ozzy Osbourne helped make a beloved game show contestant's night on "Deal Or No Deal" last night (Monday, May 7) as part of the contest's 100th episode. Brooks Leach of Mount Vernon, Ark. won just $10 when he appeared on an earlier episode of the show and he was stunned when he was picked out the audience of previous contestants to gamble again. But the rock fan's surprises didn't end there — his hero Osbourne taped a video message for him. Ozzy said, "I understand you've got a guy called Brooks on the show tonight who's got a second chance to win more money than he did the last time. Brooks, you better win more than $10 this time because (otherwise) Ozzy Osbourne, the Prince of Darkness, will come round and kick your butt." Leach walked away with $400.

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