Sharon Osbourne Questions Justin Bieber’s Future
Thanks to the emergence of the Internet, it’s very easy to see how fast stars come and go. Now, it seems that even stars who have been in the spotlight for years are quickly brushed under the carpet for newer stars. Take Ozzy Osbourne, for example. Him and his family started in a highly successful MTV television show that chronicled their day to day life. The show was littered with curse words, debauchery and other things that makes for great late night television. Add this to the colorful cast including his wife Sharon Osbourne and it’s easy to see why the show was a hit. But even on top fo that, Ozzy Osbourne has been regarded as a musical legend and yet we don’t hear about him much these days. Of course, that’s probably due to Ozzy taking it easy after a lifetime of drugs, partying and cursing but we’ll save that for another story.
Now, it seems that after a hiatus Sharon Osbourne has come forth to speak on the current state of the entertainment industry; namely Justin Bieber. As you’re sure to know, Bieber’s career has been nothing short of an astronomical success. To date, his wealth has been estimated to be over $100 million dollars – and he’s just 18 years old! However, despite this success, Osbourne thinks that the end may be near. This predicted end isn’t due to his ability as a singer as she comments on just how talented she is. Instead, she says that his fans who started out as teenagers are quickly growing up and moving on. Now, she says, that even though they are growing up Bieber continues to be viewed as a “little guy”, as she puts it. Instead of continuing to like him into their 20s, Osbourne suggests that they will instead view Bieber as, what was described as, a sort of childhood crush.
Right now, it’s hard to see Bieber falling off anytime soon given his absolutely massive success but Osbourne definitely as a point. Because, while it’s hard to see him falling off, it’s also hard to see once screaming 16-year olds turning 26 and still visiting his concerts. Of course, we can be entirely wrong so we’ll have to wait and see.