Watch Ozzy Osbourne's Fiery Comeback at the AMAs

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Ozzy Osbourne returned to the stage with a fiery performance at the 2019 American Music Awards last night. Joining Post Malone, Travis Scott, and Andrew Watt to perform their recent collaboration "Take What You Want," Osbourne remained seated on his throne of flames during the song, waving his arms along and standing during his parts. 

Just a few days before, he had made a surprise appearance during a Post Malone concert November 21 in Los Angeles' Forum, also singing "Take What You Want," from his seat. 

 

Osbourne's iconic return to the stage comes hot on the heels of his latest single release, "Straight to Hell," featuring Guns N' Roses legend Slash. While the year has been rocky for the heavy metal icon, following a devestating fall, pneumonia and a hand infection, Osbourne has returned by "[putting] his heart and soul" into the forthcoming 2020 album Ordinary Man. 

Read more: Ozzy Osbourne Teases New Single "Straight to Hell"

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