YUNGBLUD has apparently recruited Ozzy Osbourne for their new music video.

The rocker is set to drop his new single ‘Funeral’ on Friday (11.03.22), and the ‘Fleabag’ hitmaker took to Instagram to share a Reels video of himself with The Prince of Darkness and his wife Sharon on the set of the promo.

Black Sabbath icon Ozzy, 73, could be seen sporting bizarre black eye makeup in the clip.

Along with the ‘Crazy Train’ hitmaker and his wife, YUNGBLUD – real name Dominic Harrison – tagged their daughter Kelly Osbourne in the video shared on Instagram.

The 24-year-old captioned the post: “Bring some homies to my funeral…(sic)”

It’s unclear if it’s just Ozzy or all three who will make an appearance in the promo.

YUNGBLUD has been teasing fans for days now about their first new song of 2022.

In a handwritten note to fans, he announced, “To whom it may concern.

“To those I let down, I’m sorry, to those who let me down, fuck you but I forgive you.

“You are cordially and graciously invited to my funeral.”

Lyrics include: “I danced at my funeral.

“But no one came, what a shame shame shame…”

Meanwhile, YUNGBLUD recently teased that their upcoming album is “completely uncensored, completely outrageous.”

The ‘Cotton Candy’ star is known for his honest and vulnerable lyrics and admitted his fans would be “shocked” by his follow-up to “Weird!” of 2020, as it is “the most personal music” he has ever made.

He said: “I went to London. I did kind of a third album and I’m so excited about it. It’s, for me, the most personal music I’ve ever written.

“And I think people are going to be a bit shocked because all my other music is quite personal.

“I think I just need to say it because it’s completely uncensored, completely outrageous. And I think that’s what this album does. You know what I mean? That’s what I do .

“And my favorite songs I’ve ever released are the ones that do that. So you know what I mean? Get ready.”


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