Confessions of an Ozzy clone

My Year as OzzyMy dangerously whacky friend Don Wrege was often mistaken for Ozzy Osbourne, and he found that resemblance marketable when Ozzy’s celebrity was boosted by MTV’s reality series, “The Osbournes.” Don’s written a book about his Ozzy-clone experiences, called My Year as Ozzy, published by Mediawhore Press (natch) and available via Amazon. He gets five stars, so the book’s obviously not horrible.

Author: Jon Lebkowsky

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