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Ozzy Osbourne expects final Black Sabbath show to be incredibly emotional

Legendary band Black Sabbath will take the stage at Birmingham's Genting Arena tonight (January 4) for their final ever hometown show and frontman Ozzy Osbourne confessed that it'll be an emotional occasion. 

Speaking to the BBC about the end of their farewell tour, the rocker said: "My emotions are flying all over the place. Since I've got to this building today, I've been happy, I've been tearful. Let's see what happens."

He spoke about the band's rich history and admitted that it has been nothing short of an "incredible adventure":

"I remember playing The Crown pub in Birmingham and thinking, 'This'll be good for a couple of years - drink a few beers and have a jam'. But it was the beginning of the most incredible adventure you could think of. I've had the best life out of it."

In terms of a final speech, Osbourne explained that he knows he should address the moment but doesn't know how to go about it just yet: "I've got to say something but... I'm no good at speeches."

Watch the band in action here:

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