OZZY OSBOURNE To Perform For Charity

October 7, 2003

OZZY OSBOURNE is among the artists that will be performing on stage at London's Royal Albert Hall on October 15 for Fashion Rocks for The Prince's Trust. Other acts set to appear include BEYONCE, SHERYL CROW, KELIS, BRYAN ADAMS, ROBBIE WILLIAMS, and BRYAN FERRY.

Supermodel, actress and singer Milla Jovovich will also be performing and there will be a live satellite performance by David Bowie.

Sold out weeks ago, Fashion Rocks is one of the most exciting and revolutionary fundraising events ever. Presented by the glamorous pairing of Elizabeth Hurley and Denis Leary, this prestigious event will see the world's top fashion houses joining forces with the world's leading artists in the ultimate fusion of catwalk and concert.

Sir Tom Shebbeare, Chief Executive of The Prince's Trust, says "Fashion Rocks is a hugely exciting fundraising event for The Prince's Trust. Music and fashion is a powerful combination and the fantastic support we have received from long-standing Trust supporters like Nicholas Coleridge, Managing Director of Conde Nast, and icons from the world of show business will help us to give even more young people a second chance in life."

The Prince's Trust is the U.K.'s leading charity for young people, helping individuals overcome barriers to get their lives working.

The world's top fashion models will showcase the collections of 17 international designers on a specially designed catwalk. Each show will be accompanied by live music from a different major rock act or singer.

The set design will feature an under-lit circular catwalk and the largest video projection screen ever used. The event will also be broadcast in primetime on Channel 4 and by more than 70 international stations.

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