Ozzy Osbourne, the legendary and slightly crazy, heavy metal singer, who can often be heard saying that he is "lucky to be alive" after decades of substance abuse and drinking, wants his funeral to be "a celebration, not a mope-fest."
Ozzy writes a health column for the Sunday Times magazine and it was in this column that the 62-year-old wrote "I don't care what they play at my funeral; they can put on a medley of Justin Bieber, Susan Boyle and We Are The Diddymen if it makes 'em happy — but I do want to make sure it's a celebration, not a mope-fest."
"I'd also like some pranks maybe the sound of knocking inside the coffin, or a video of me asking my doctor for a second opinion on his diagnosis of 'death'.
"There'll be no harping on the bad times. I don't want my funeral to be sad. I want it to be a time to say 'thanks.'"