Ozzy Osbourne’s reaction to the Black Sabbath, McDonald’s themed, Mac Sabbath band tribute show during their surprise meeting is priceless!
Recently released footage of the show details a particularly bizarre moment as the legendary heavy metal superstar comes face to face with the Mac Sabbath band.
Ozzy & Jack’s World Detour has taken the duo everywhere from extraterrestrial hot-spot Roswell, New Mexico, to Japan where the father and son team partook in the making of a Kitana blade.
The viral fast food themed Black Sabbath cover/tribute band rewrites and performs Black Sabbath songs with a strong commentary on the modern consumer’s reliance on unhealthy dining and the low wages paid to workers in the restaurant chain.
“I have to meet all these fry-by-night ‘Drive-through metal’ icons like Burger King Diamond, Cinnibon Jovi and KFCC DeVille, look them in the eye and pretend like my indigestion is not acting up. Today is quite different. Today I met Ozzy Freaking Osbourne. Some big clown shoes to fill.” He adds, superfluously, “You might not believe this, but without Black Sabbath, Mac Sabbath would not exist.” -- Ronald Osbourne, Lead Singer Mac Sabbath
Joined by Jack’s daughter Pearl, Ozzy Osbourne is accompanied into a room set up with a circus-like tent banner held up by two Ronald McDonald’s heads on stakes.
Upon seeing the site, Ozzy exclaims, “What the fuck is this?”
The three take a seat for the private showing as the curtain drops, revealing the elaborately costumed parody group. As the band performs a version of “Iron Man” reworked into “Frying Pan,” a visibly delighted Ozzy and crew take in the hilariously absurd performance.
Rubber bat heads are bitten off, “Ronald Osbourne” fills a makeshift cauldron with fountain drinks and some sort of exploding powder, and red and yellow foam noodles shoot out of cannons behind Catburgler, the drummer.
As the show draws to an end, Ozzy greets the band with a series of questions about their origins and how long they’ve been performing together. Jack asks his dad in a cut-away interview about his impressions, to which the legend responded, “To be honest, I was just watching the clownery…They did a good job.” The scene cuts back to the Mac Sabbath band and their idol snapping a few photos together, and Ozzy exits saying…