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Watch: Lady Gaga Buries the Hatchet With the Osbournes

Mother Monster tells Ozzy she used to strip to his music, so that helps
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The long-running feud between the Osbourne Family and Lady Gaga is officially over, thanks to some pre-GRAMMY peacemaking on the part of Fuse News correspondent Jack Osbourne.  

When Osbourne was covering the MusiCares red carpet before the GRAMMYs, he bumped into Black Sabbath legend Ozzy Osbourne and wife Sharon (who also happen to be Jack's parents). Because the world is a strange and mysterious place, Lady Gaga was getting interviewed directly next to the Osbounes, which is weird because Gaga and the Osbournes were not too long ago embroiled in a rather public feud.

It all started in 2012 when Kelly Osbourne poked fun at Gaga during her job as a host on E!'s Fashion Police. Gaga's fans objected via Twitter, with many of their complaints veering into cyberbullying territory. After that, Mama Osbourne got involved, as any mom would, and the whole situation got really messy.

Fast forward to the MusiCares red carpet. The Osbournes v. Gaga. Let's get ready to rumble.

Sharon and Ozzy enthusiastically ran up to greet Gaga who said hello with open arms. Sharon brought her over for an interview and Jack got right into it: "I'm determined we're going to bury the hatchet."

"Is it not buried?" Gaga replied. She was likely referring to a previous peacemaking attempt at a 2013 X Factor U.K. taping where Sharon and Gaga hugged it out in front of the world. On the MusiCares red carpet, Gaga set the record straight: "I'm a really huge fan of you guys for a very long time, so it's totally water under the bridge." 

"I was just telling Ozzy I used to strip to Black Sabbath's Black Sabbath," Gaga continued. "And I used to wear, like, a bikini, and my girlfriend [DJ] Starlight would come out with a phantom mask on and we'd do this whole Phantom of the Opera routine."

So it's official. The hatchet has been officially buried. And now a bunch of Little Monsters are going to download Black Sabbath. Everything is right in the world again.

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