Ozzy Osbourne says he's done living in the United States - because of the gun violence. The legendary English-born artist for Black Sabbath and

The TV personality revealed his reasons to leave America U.S. in a recent interview with The Guardian, saying that the violence in America is "f***ing insane.

In the interview that was published in the Sunday edition, the pair announced that they will be moving from The United Kingdom in February.

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Sharon, Osbourne's wife Sharon is a TV star by herself who co-hosted the CBS The Talk, a daytime program from 2010 to 2021. 

The Talk from 2010 to 2021, has told The Guardian that "it's just the right moment" for the couple to relocate home to the U.K.

America has seen a dramatic change. It's not America anymore. It's not United States of America at all," she said. "Nothing's in it that is united. It's an extremely strange

Ozzy added his voice, stating with much less subtlety that the couple's fame has decided to leave due to the violence involving guns that continues to plague the country.

The whole thing is ridiculous. I'm tired of deaths every single day," he said. "God has no idea how many have been killed during school shoot-outs. 

He then said that he does not "want to be buried within America" and then be burial within Forest Lawn, a Hollywood cemetery

where numerous celebrities have been buried, such as Lucille Ball Freddie Prinze, Paul Walker and Brittany Murphy