Ozzy Osbourne was given a star on the "Walk Of Fame" at the Vegas Crocus City shopping mall in Moscow, Russia last Thursday (May 31st). Osbourne autographed the star and said that getting it on Moscow's "Walk Of Fame" was "a great honor." Other celebrities who have stars on the "Walk Of Fame" include Robbie Williams, Bradley Cooper, Robert De Niro, Mila Jovovich, Carlos Santana, Gloria Gaynor, John Cusack, Roy Jones Jr. and Antonio Banderas.

  • Ozzy was in Russia for two concerts, on June 1st in Moscow and June 3rd in St. Petersburg.
  • Although Ozzy has said that his current world tour will be his last major concert trek, he told Russian fans and media prior to the Moscow gig that he would return to the country.
  • Ozzy, who will turn 70 years old in December, told us a while back that he never imagined being around this long: "Let me tell you, when I was 20 I was going, I'd go, 'I'm gonna die by 40.' And that was all right until I was 39 and a half."
  • The main North American leg of Ozzy's "No More Tours 2" jaunt will launch on August 30th in Allentown, Pennsylvania and run through October 13th in Las Vegas. Ozzy will be joined by Stone Sour for that leg of the tour.
  • Ozzy and Black Sabbath bid farewell to their 50 years on the road more than a year ago with two final concerts in their hometown of Birmingham, England.