Ozzy Osbourne put his legendary rock lungs to the test with thousands of baseball fans on Friday, when he led Dodgers fans in the Guinness World Record-holding longest and loudest scream during the 5th inning break during their game against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
As part of the third annual ThinkCure! Weekend at Dodger Stadium, Ozzy and his wife Sharon Osbourne, a cancer survivor, lent their support to ThinkCure! The stadium-wide scream was also in celebration of Osbourne’s upcoming Epic Records album SCREAM, due out June 22.
Dodger fans were prompted to save their loudest scream for the middle of the 5th inning when Ozzy Osbourne and Stuart Claxton of Guinness World Records took the field and led the crowd in a “Scream for a Cure.” The stadium’s scream was measured in length and audio level in hopes of breaking the world record.
Additionally, Sharon Osbourne lent her support to ThinkCure! by recording a promotional message that aired in-game and during the telethon and online.
Fans can also donate to the ThinkCure! Weekend online at www.dodgers.com/thinkcureweekend and www.thinkcure.org, or by calling (866) 554-CURE or by texting CURE to 50555 to make a $10 donation through their mobile phone bill.
ThinkCure! is an innovative, community-based non-profit that accelerates collaborative research to cure cancers. It was launched in July 2007 by the Los Angeles Dodgers, the McCourt family, City of Hope and Children's Hospital Los Angeles.