SHARON OSBOURNE To Anchor British TV Channel's Oscar Coverage

January 26, 2005

According to Digital Spy, Sharon Osbourne will anchor Sky's coverage of the prestigious Academy Awards ceremony next month.

Osbourne completes a three-strong presenting team, which also includes Jamie Theakston and Amanda Byram.

Sky's live coverage begins on Sunday, February 27 with a preview show at 7:00 p.m. on Sky One. Updates continue through the evening on Sky Movies 1 ahead of the ceremony itself, which airs on the channel from 1:00 a.m.

Theakston will be charged with covering the post-Oscars party scene live from the red carpet, while Byram and Osbourne undertake main hosting duties from the studio.

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