Geezer Butler, Tony Iommi, Ozzy Osbourne, Black Sabbath, Grammys

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Black Sabbath looked rad as ever at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards in L.A. on Sunday, Jan. 26, where lead singer Ozzy Osbourne and his band mates spoke to E!s' Giulana Rancic on the red carpet.

The living legends were nominated in three rock categories for the song "God Is Dead?" and their album 13. "Were there any rituals before you go into the studio?" Rancic asked the musical trio.

"Sacrifice your firstborn," Ozzy, 65, joked.

"Speaking of your children, Kelly is joining us right now," Rancic said his younger daughter appeared via split screen.

"Hi, Kelly! How you doing, my baby?" an animated Ozzy said. "I love you, Kelly! She's great."

"I love you more, Dada," the 29-year-old Fashion Police co-host replied.

Ozzy continued to gush, saying, "Isn't Kelly great? She's the best thing in the world. I love you, Kelly!"

The "War Pigs" singer then tried to find Kelly, who was standing near the GlamCam360. "Where are you? I love you!" Ozzy said. "She's the light of my life, she is," he told Rancic. "She's wonderful."

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