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WATCH: Ozzy Osbourne Talks Veganism on 'The Talk'

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Recently, we wrote about Ozzy Osbourne‘s switch to a vegan diet after watching Forks Over Knives. Now, we bring you some video of the Prince of Darkness dishing about his new-found veganism to the hosts of The Talk.

Osbourne was asked by creator/co-producer of the show (and also, fellow vegan!) Sara Gilbert about his new diet, and he said “My assistant showed me a video called Forks and Knives or something, about (cutting out) meat and dairy products, so I thought, ‘I’ll give this a shot!’” Okay, so he didn’t quite get the Forks Over Knives title right, and sure Sharon Osbourne called it “Forky Knife,” but that’s okay. When asked how he’s feeling about the whole vegan thing, Ozzy replied, “I feel okay actually. I feel better about myself, you know? I go on binges… That’s the reason why I decided to cut out meat and dairy because I’ve limited what I can have because when you’re on the road and you’re traveling, you grab buns and… burgers are everywhere… so now I’ve just narrowed the margin.”

Watch the full video of Ozzy’s interview below!

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