May 5, 2002

Ozzy Osbourne reportedly received a rousing endorsement from President Bush at this year's White House Correspondents dinner, which took place at The White House last night.

Bush apparently recognized Osbourne while giving his previously-prepared speech and paused to tell the BLACK SABBATH singer, “Ozzy, mom loves your stuff,” at which point Osbourne stood up on a chair and waved to the “wildly-cheering” crowd, according to CNN. The president then quipped, "OK, Ozzy ... Might have been a mistake."

Osbourne and his wife/manager, Sharon, were invited to the event by Fox News' Greta Van Susteren, who is said to be a huge fan of The Osbournes, the reality sitcom about Ozzy and his colorful family life.

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