OZZY OSBOURNE To Retire In Britain

April 18, 2005

FemaleFirst.co.uk is reporting that Ozzy Osbourne is set to leave America for good — to retire in Britain.

The BLACK SABBATH singer, who spends much of his time at home in Los Angeles, says he is fed up with the U.S. and once he finishes touring will move back to his homeland.

Osbourne, who also owns a mansion in Britain's countryside, said: "I'm going to go back to Britain. I can't see me spending the rest of my days in America."

The star has also dismissed rumours his English home is cursed.

In the past six months, the house has been the scene of his near fatal quad biking accident, a jewelry theft and fire.

He said: "That's a coincidence and doesn't worry me. When I've finished touring, I'm coming home."

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