Ozzy Osbourne Diary Of A Madman Figure
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A 3D Vinyl Statue Version Of Ozzy Osbourne’s Diary Of A Madman Artwork Has Been Released

Check out this figure inspired by The Prince Of Darkness’ second solo album, Diary Of A Madman.

Joining the rock legends such as AC/DC and Guns N’ Roses, Ozzy Osbourne is the latest star to be immortalised in 3D vinyl form by collectibles company KnuckleBonz.

The store have partnered with The Prince Of Darkness to release a new figure inspired by Ozzy’s second solo album Diary Of A Madman, stating that their 3D Vinyl™ captures the great album art of the last several decades and brings that to you in a statue collector series”. 

The figure costs $249 and is limited to 1,981 (also the year Diary Of A Madman was released, which is neat). The KnuckleBonz sitealso states that the figures are hand-painted, numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity printed on the back”.

Check it out below.

The unveiling of this ace statue follows the hilarious story that Friends star Matt LeBlanc was once asked if he fancied a threesome with Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne.

In an interview with Conan O’Brien, Matt (aka Joey Tribbiani) revealed: I run into Sharon Osbourne, and I say, My God, I’m such a big fan of your husband’s. He is so awesome.’ And this is what she says to me, with a completely straight face – immediately she goes, Oh, that’s great! Maybe after this, you’ll come back to the house and we’ll have a threesome!’

She was obviously… hopefully kidding,” said Matt, to which Conan responded, I will tell you, she was not.”

Posted on April 1st 2019, 1:11p.m.
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