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Ozzy Osbourne wants Lady Gaga to take a break
Ozzy Osbourne thinks Lady Gaga is "overexposed".
The former Black Sabbath frontman says the 'Poker Face' singer should take a break from performing for a while before people start to grow tired of her.
He told Us Weekly magazine: "I do think Lady Gaga should take a break for a little while. She's getting to be too much. And she doesn't watch the exposure of her clothes. She's just too overexposed."
While Ozzy is a huge fan of the eccentric star, he is growing tired of seeing her all the time and is starting to get bored.
He said: "She could be the next Madonna if she played her cards right. I like her, but I'm getting a bit sick of her. When I turn on the TV, I see her wearing another lampshade or whatever. I think she's really, really entertaining, but she's doing a bit too much. Every day it is something else.
"The specialness of her is gonna get killed if she doesn't calm it down. Someone should whisper in her ear and say back off for a couple of months - let people gain interest back."Posted on 24 Dec 2010 09:45 to category : Music News
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