Marilyn Manson Will Join British Rocker Ozzy Osbourne For His North American Tour
According to a report from UPI.com, Marilyn Manson is gearing up to join Ozzy Osbourne on the singer's North American tour. The 70-year-old Black Sabbath frontman took to his Twitter account this past Thursday to say that the 50-year-old shock-rocker would be performing alongside him for his No More Tours II tour next year.
The post read that when Osbourne finally starts his next tour, he'll be joined on stage by Marilyn Manson for the North American concerts. It begins on the 27th of May in Atlanta, Georgia, and will end on the 31st of Las Vegas, Nevada.
Osbourne said in the press release that Manson was a "killer" during his concerts. The "Beautiful People" singer responded on his own social media platform by stating that he has been on the road with the "No More Tears" singer on a number of occasions, and he was honored to do it all over again.
As it was previously reported, Osbourne rescheduled his No More Tours II concert dates in the spring on account of several injuries as well as illnesses. The star postponed his dates for the United Kingdom and in Europe as well.
During her appearence on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Sharon Osbourne, Ozzy Osbourne's wife, stated that her husband's health was slowly getting better. Sharon added that the singer's condition was improving but there's no question it's been a challenge to get back to 100% again.
Reported first by Page Six, Ozzy Osbourne took to his Twitter account earlier this year to say that he had gone under the knife for a specific type of surgery following a neck injury. The injury led to the aforementioned cancelations.
Ozzy said on his account that he had a "bad fall" near the beginning of the year. The singer-songwriter claimed that he had to get many bolts in his neck, and likely has more metal in his neck than an automobile. Ozzy found himself in trouble approximately a decade ago as well when he got into an accident on his ATV.