Sharon Osbourne looked stunning, showing up in her trademark black suit ensemble, with Kelly Osbourne looking as tiny as ever in a fitted black basque dress under a checkered Vivienne Westwood jacket that cinched her in astoundingly well.
When the Producers and Directors of the film stopped to speak to Joonbug it became clear that the motivation behind them agreeing to work on the project was because they were such big fans of Black Sabbath. Producer Marc Weingarten commented "It didn't take much inspiration for me to get on board with this project, I'm a huge fan and I love Ozzy."
Mike Fleiss the Director of the documentary, said: "I love Black Sabbath and I love Ozzy Osbourne. It was really fun, they're really generous, hardworking people, very professional, intelligent and the most famous family in this country, aside from the Obamas."
Also showing up to the premier was Mike from Incubus who had done the score for the film. Mike spoke to Joonbug about why he wanted to work with the Osbournes; "With Incubus we have done two Ozzfests 1998 and 2000 and then in 1999 we opened up for Black Sabbath. I owe a lot to Ozzy, I owe a lot to the Osbourne family, they've been so supportive of me and of my career."
Other attendees to the premiere include Paz de la Huerta and Marky Ramone of legendary rock group the Ramones.
The documentary is set to show the new reformed Ozzy who no longer smokes, drinks or uses drugs. He even owns a cross-trainer. It is set to be released to the public later this year.