Worried rocker Ozzy Osbourne
Black Sabbath rocker Ozzy Osbourne says he is ''a born worrier'' and gets concerned if he can't find anything to occupy his mind.
Ozzy Osbourne can't stop worrying.
The Black Sabbath rocker - who has three children with wife Sharon Osbourne and three from his previous marriage - is constantly searching for something to be concerned about and feels uneasy if life is running smoothly.
He said: "I'm a born worrier. Fear is my best friend and worst enemy. I worry if I have nothing to worry about. I don't understand the way my girls work. Jack's cool and Louis is OK."
Although the 61-year-old star can't halt his concerns, he believes there are "greater powers" looking after him, but he does not attribute this to religion.
He explained: "I believe in a power greater than myself - I believe in nature more than God. When I got help for my addictions I didn't believe in God sat up there like Santa Claus on a cloud. I went with nature."
The singer - who along with Sharon and children Kelly and Jack starred in their own reality TV series 'The Osbournes' - has more time to indulge in his worries now after revealing he refuses to do any more work on television.
He told Britain's Metro newspaper: "My job is great so how can I retire from a job like this? I tell you what I don't want to do anymore - TV work. I hate it.
"They stab you with a smile on their face and then ask you for the knife back."