Ozzy Osbourne wishes he could have attended the Commonwealth Games

Ozzy Osbourne wished he could have attended the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, his hometown.

Black Sabbath’s frontman, 73-year-old Aston, a Birmingham native, was thrilled to hear the band’s 1970 hit ‘Paranoid,’ at Monday’s (01.08.222) games.

He captioned an Instagram clip of TV coverage, “This was played at today’s #CommonwealthGames. It was amazing to be there with you all.

Tony Iommi (Sabbath guitarist), 74, was joined to perform the dream sequence, “Hear my Voice” – which was based on the title track of the 2020 film ‘Trial of the Chicago Seven”.

It was reimagined last week by Indigo Marshall and Gambimi, local RnB vocalists, at the Alexander Stadium’s opening ceremony.

Ozzy is currently recuperating from major surgery at home in Los Angeles.

Ozzy is currently dealing with Parkinson’s disease and COVID-19 after a terrible quad biking accident in 2003.

He sustained neck injuries that were further aggravated by a 2019 slip and fell, which resulted in 15 screws being placed into his back.