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Ozzy Osbourne returns to stage for first time after 'life-changing' surgery

Ozzy Osbourne is back on stage where he is most accomplished.

The 73-year-old legendary rocker wowed fans at his game at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth in England on Monday. This was his first performance on stage since "life-changing" surgery in June.

Former Black, who was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2019, his Sabbath frontman has performed with former band member and guitarist Tony He Iommi. rice field.

In aYouTube video shared by BBC Sport, the 'War Pigs' hitmaker rocks out on stage to his Sabbath hit 'Paranoid'. was seen.

Both Osborne, 74, and Iommi left fans in turmoil with enthusiastic performances during the closing ceremony at Birmingham's Alexander his stadium.

The rocker joined forces with his former Black Sabbath bandmate, Tony Iommi, for an electric performance.
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After the historic performance, rocker's son Jack Osborne hasShare a special snap of his father on stage on Instagram.

"Dad and @tonyiommi wrapped up #commonwealthgames2022 tonight,"he wrote alongside three pictures of him.

The "Crazy Train" singer was discharged from a hospital in Los Angeles in June and his wife Sharon Osbourne, 69, A so-called "major operation" would "determine the rest of his life."

Osbourne performed Black Sabbath's hit song "Paranoid."
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Parkinson's disease and with seizures Due to COVID-19, the musician has been dealing with the effects of his 2003 quad bike accident.

Rocker's "life-changing" surgery was performed on him in June, requiring pins in his neck and back to be removed and readjusted.

"I am now home from the hospital recovering comfortably," he wrote on Instagram last month.

A huge firework display was set off at the end of their performance to mark the closing ceremony's end.
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"I feel the love and support from all my fans. I I sincerely thank everyone for their thoughts, prayers and good luck during their recovery.