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Ozzy Osbourne Says He’s in "Unbelievable Pain 24/7"


In the wake of his revelation that he's battling Parkinson's disease, Ozzy Osbourne reveals that he's also dealing with other health issues, including "unbelievable pain 24/7" from a neck injury, Page Six reports. Osbourne aggravated the neck injury in a 2019 fall, which he originally sustained when he fell on his bike in 2003. “I’d hit the floor at such a force that I pinched my spinal column,” the heavy metal icon confessed. “They had to go in and open the passage. They had to cut through nerves to get there and it’s f**ked my neck, my back, my shoulders and my arms. I didn’t even know there was such a thing as f**king nerve pain. It has caused far more problems than the Parkinson’s.”


Carlos Santana, Zac Brown Band & Pentatonix Latest to Cancel Tours Over Coronavirus



Another day, another round of musicians cancelling tours over the coronavirus, the AP reports. This time it's Carlos Santana, the Zac Brown Band and Pentatonix, who all made announcements Tuesday that they were cancelling tour dates both in Europe and in the U.S. Santana announced that he won't play any of the remaining dates on his Miraculous 2020 World Tour, and Pentatonix cancelled European leg of their world tour. "Despite our best efforts and intentions, it is, simply, no longer possible for us to execute this tour the way we want to: safely, confidently and completely,” the Grammy-winning vocal group said in a statement. The Zac Brown Band made similar announcement, telling fans it was pulling out of the spring leg of The Owl Tour, which would have kicked off Thursday in St. Louis. “This was an extremely difficult decision, but the well-being of our fans is always our top priority,” the country group said in a statement.


 

Tom Brady Leaves New England Patriots, Doesn't Say Where He'll Play Next; Drew Brees Re-Signs With Saints

Tom Brady announced Tuesday on Instagram that he's leaving the New England Patriots, but didn't say which franchise he may head to next. "Although my football journey will take place elsewhere, I appreciate everything that we have achieved and am grateful for our incredible TEAM accomplishments," the 42-year-old quarterback wrote. He leaves the Pats--the only team he's ever played for--with six Super Bowl rings and 41 playoff starts since 2001. Brady has repeatedly said he'd like to play until he's 45, but ESPN notes the he and the Patriots couldn't agree on a contract extension. On Twitter, rumor has it that Brady may sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Meanwhile, fellow fortysomething quarterback Drew Brees will stay with the New Orleans Saints on a two-year, $50 million deal.