In a collaboration no one saw coming, Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa has taken on the role of Prince of Darkness for Ozzy Osbourne's new music video. In the 'Scary Little Green Men' teaser, released yesterday February 20 , a tall figure donning a black cloak and heavy jewellery walks slowly towards a microphone. While many assumed it was the former Black Sabbath frontman, the hood gets pulled back to reveal Momoa in all of his long-haired glory. And he takes to the role like an Aquaman to water, mouthing Ozzy's lyrics and headbanging all over the place. In the grand finale, Momoa goes to bite the head off a fake bat, replicating one of the most infamous moments in the year-old's legacy. The teaser clip dropped ahead of the upcoming full music video, arriving alongside the release of Ozzy's new album Ordinary Man. It's quite the feat, not just because of the singer's age, but also due to his deteriorating health condition. Against the odds, Ozzy's managed to record and release a full album despite suffering from Parkinson's disease. In an emotional interview with Good Morning America last month, Ozzy sat alongside his wife Sharon to explain the situation - and while they said it's 'not a death sentence', the condition has taken its toll on the singer and he was forced to cancel an upcoming tour to receive treatment. The rock icon said the issue all started when he went to have surgery following a fall last year and began to experience nerve pain.
Why is Jason Momoa promoting Ozzy's music?
Jason appeared in the promotional video for Ozzy's latest album.
As a performer, Jason Momoa has developed a reputation for having the absolute most fun possible on each job, whether that means feeding an Oreo to a grizzly bear from his own mouth , or adapting his Aquaman workout routine so he can still drink his beloved Guinness. His latest project is no different; in a behind-the-scenes video from 'Scary Little Green Men', the upcoming single from heavy metal legend Ozzy Osbourne, Momoa can be seen throwing himself into character with childlike glee. So the idea is to tease people into thinking it's Ozzy, then obviously it's not Ozzy, and Jason shows up and rocks out. First up is hair and makeup, which includes the kind of guyliner Momoa used to wear back in his Khal Drogo days, and then his nails are painted black. The more dark wizard couture Momoa puts on, the more he seems to get into character — and relish the entire experience. Vampire Ozzy!
Over the last four or five decades, Ozzy Osbourne has done some things that nobody can quite wrap their heads around, from viciously biting the head off an unsuspecting bat, to setting chickens on fire. Needless to say, the heavy metal legend has successfully managed to keep fans on their toes. And although Ozzy's endeavors never manage to come as a total shock nowadays, one of his latest music videos definitely has fans scratching their heads. And since those two seriously could not be more different, we have so many questions right now.
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