We have all seen the legendary series of Game of Thrones and most of us are obsessed with it. Out of the many reasons why we love the show and remember it so well even after it has ended is Khal Drogo, played by Jason Momoa. We loved his acting and let’s not talk about his looks because they are out of this world. Ozzy Osborne just dropped a promotional clip for his latest album, Ordinary Man.
In that promotional clip, Jason lip-syncs the new song called Scary Little Green Men while he steps into the shoes of Ozzy. We would recommend you listen to the new song if you haven’t already. You would love it, even if you aren’t a fan of the metal genre. In the video, Jason Momoa did an excellent delivery of the role he was put into, and you should definitely check it out.
Ozzy Osbourne just dropped a promotional clip for his latest album
Ozzy Osbourne Casts Jason Momoa. Momoa was seen stepping into the Prince of Darkness’ shoes in the promotional clip
We are not surprised that the team of Ozzy went to Jason Momoa for this clip because he’s a great fan of metal. Momoa has often mentioned that Tool, Metallica and Black Sabbath have inspired him when he has played his characters on screen, including Aquaman.
“Aquaman’s pretty metal. I know no one thinks that, but Aquaman’s metal. I kind of build my characters off of metal songs. Conan The Barbarian was really heavy Pantera, I’d say Aquaman was probably mostly built out of Tool and Metallica’s Kill ‘Em All. Ticks and Leeches, if I want to get specific. There’s a lot of Sabbath in there too.”, Momoa said.
While at Slayer’s final show in LA, he sang Panterasongs with heavy metal superstar Philip Anselmo and took it to some death metal singing.
Jason Momoa takes off its cowl in the clip and reveals his face
Momoa lip-syncs Osbourne’s Scary Little Green Men
He is a huge metalhead
It was recently that Ozzy canceled his tour because of his Parkinson’s disease
Ozzy’s new album came out 21st February 2020 but at the same time, the excitement went down a little because he canceled the 2020 North American tour. He is suffering from Parkinson’s and is seeking treatment in Europe.
To learn more about Parkinson’s, Claire Bale, who is the Head of Research and Engagement, was contacted. We also enquired about Osbourne’s health.
She said, “Everyone’s Parkinson’s is unique, so different combinations of medication, exercise and therapies will suit different people,” Bale told Bored Panda. “Medication can be incredibly effective in helping people manage their symptoms, but current treatments cannot slow, stop or reverse Parkinson’s and also comes with serious side effects. That’s why Parkinson’s UK is striving to find new and better treatments for the 145,000 people living with the condition in the UK.”
She said they were funding over 40 projects at the moment and each project aims at delivering better treatment and providing a cure for the disease. She added that Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) is the last big breakthrough in the treatment of Parkinson’s and the process involves the placing of electrodes into the brain. When the electrodes are switched on, that can help with some of the movements restricted by Parkinson’s.
“However, DBS is not a cure and it isn’t suitable for everyone. That’s why we’re driving forward pioneering research to develop new and better treatments. We were the majority funder of the recent groundbreaking clinical trial of GDNF: an experimental drug that was delivered directly to the brain via a revolutionary delivery system designed specifically for the task. And we’re funding a new study exploring the potential of cannabidiol, a chemical derived from cannabis, for treating the terrifying hallucinations that many with Parkinson’s experience at some point with the condition.”, she said.
The cure for Parkinson’s is still under research
They won’t stop until they have found one.
A cure could free up people completely from the disease. The fact is that Parkinson’s differ from person to person so there might not be a single cure. We can, otherwise, use a range of different therapies to meet the need of an individual and their specific form of the condition. Vital discoveries have been made that have revolutionized the understanding we have of the disease and the brain. In some time, science should ready with a few treatments and a cure for people with Parkinson’s.
When asked about Osbourne. Bale said that he can continue his career as long as his career allows and how his symptoms progress. We all hope Ozzy stays with us for as long as he can.
She added: “Parkinson’s is what happens when the brain cells that make dopamine start to die. It can affect anyone at any age. There are over 40 symptoms, from tremors and pain to anxiety. It gets worse over time and there’s no cure yet.”