ContactMusic.com is reporting that music matriarch Sharon Osbourne is a fan of heavy rockers IRON MAIDEN despite sabotaging the band's performance at the climax of her husband Ozzy's Ozzfest tour this summer.
MAIDEN were pelted with debris by fans when Sharon allowed sound problems to wreck their set in California on August 20. The group's manager, Rod Smallwood, then lashed out at the unprofessional conduct of Sharon and her fellow Ozzfest organisers.
Despite admitting she hates Dickinson, Sharon insists she still has plenty of respect for his bandmates Steve Harris, Dave Murray, Adrian Smith, Janick Gers and Nicko McBrain.
Sharon tells British gay magazine Attitude for its November 2005 issue, "The band are actually really nice guys, but the singer has a chip on his shoulder.
"The bottom line is, it's not my fault that his solo records are shit. Don't be jealous of what Ozzy does.
"He never once thanked us for the tour. People don't behave like that.
"I tell you, though. This guy got the singer with a fucking egg right in the middle of his brow — what a star!"
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