Let's imagine for a moment you went to sleep in 2003 and didn't wake up for 10 long years. And let's imagine you fell asleep in front of the TV in 2003 watching an episode of MTV's "The Osbournes" -- one of the first celebrity-family reality series that would help spawn many, many, ugh, so many, copycats. Your last impression of Ozzy Osbourne's then-teenage son Jack would've been of a lazy, overweight, drug-addled smart-aleck.
Well, you would've been in for a surprise of heart-attack proportions had you awoken from your 10-year slumber last week and tuned in to watch Jack all grown up as a ballroom dancing dynamo on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars."
Jack Osbourne, now 28, has changed a lot in the past 10 years. Like, a lot, a lot. Gone is the overgrown mop of curly brown hair. Gone are the 65 pounds of teenage chubbiness. Gone are the drugs and alcohol in quantities that could fell a Clydesdale.
The Jack Osbourne of today is a successful TV and film producer and bona fide star ofRead More »from Multiple Sclerosis Doesn’t Slow ‘Adrenaline Junkie’ Jack Osbourne