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Did Ozzy Osbourne actually bite a bat's head off? (Photo: mpi09 / MediaPunch)

Did Ozzy Osbourne ever really bite a bat's head off?

David Bowie? John Lennon? Paul McCartney? In a supergroup together. According to Bowie, it very nearly happened.

The night John Lennon, Paul McCartney and David Bowie nearly formed a supergroup

Sidney Poitier wins the Best Actor Oscar for Lilies of the Field

When Sidney Poitier made history as the first Black star to win Best Actor at the Oscars

Barbra Streisand accepts her Best Actress prize at the 1969 Academy Awards

When Barbra Streisand and Katharine Hepburn shared an Oscar: "It's a tie!"

John Wayne won an Oscar for True Grit

When John Wayne FINALLY won an Academy Award for his role in True Grit

The Beatles at the movies

The Beatles biopics: Cast, director, release date and songs for the FOUR upcoming movies

The Bee Gees starred in an ill-fated and largely forgotten musical film based on The Beatles' seminal album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.

Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band movie: What was the Bee Gees-starring Beatles musical about?

After the Bee Gees made the Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band film in 1978, George Harrison branded them and their manager Robert Stigwood as "greedy".

Why George Harrison accused the Bee Gees of being "greedy"

Nico in 1967

Nico: The enigmatic artist who lived many lives

Kurt Russell with and as Elvis

How Kurt Russell made his film debut by kicking Elvis Presley, and later played the King himself

Monty Python's John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Michael Pail, Terry Jones, Eric Idle, and Graham Chapman in 1975. (Photo by Ben Martin/Getty Images)

Monty Python's comedy legends: Where are they now?

Sam Cooke in 1960

Sam Cooke's 10 best songs ever, ranked

Sam Cooke, Buddy Holly and Peggy Lee - 1950s Valentine's Day

The 15 best love songs of the 1950s, ranked

The Spinners (known as the Detroit Spinners in the UK) are one of the most celebrated R&B vocal groups of all time.

The Spinners' 10 greatest songs, ranked

In 1971, Paul and Linda McCartney were loving life with their young children at their High Park Farm home in Kintyre, Scotland.

Paul McCartney and wife Linda sing to their young kids in sweet home video from 1971

Stuart Sutcliffe - the Fifth Beatle

Stuart Sutcliffe: The life, work and tragic death of the Fifth Beatle

Ian Lavender on Celebrity Mastermind

Don't tell him, Pike: Rick Wakeman's classic comedy callback for Ian Lavender on Celebrity Mastermind

Dad's Army's most famous moment

Don't Tell Him Pike: The story behind Dad's Army's most iconic scene