OSBOURNES to Renew Wedding Vows

Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne plan to make New Year's Eve a quiet night — with about 600 of their closest friends.

The couple is renewing their wedding vows in Beverly Hills, Calif., in honor of their 20th anniversary, according to the Associated Press. They got married July 4, 1982, but delayed the celebration because of Sharon's battle with colon cancer.

"We'll write our own vows and have our marriage blessed again,'' the 50-year-old Osbourne family matriarch says in the Dec. 9 issue of People magazine. "It will be one New Year's we'll never forget.''

Sharon has brought MTV's cameras along for chemotherapy sessions during the second season of "The Osbournes", which began this week. Her cancer is no longer detectable in blood tests, and the chemotherapy, which had been scheduled until April, will end in February.

"It's getting easier not to allow dark thoughts to enter my mind," Ozzy tells the magazine.


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