Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne have split up ... at least temporarily ... and they are now living apart ... multiple sources tell TMZ. Sources connected with the couple tell TMZ ... Sharon is currently living at the Beverly Hills Hotel, while Ozzy is living at a rented home several miles from the Bev Hills Hotel. As far as we know ... there are no plans for divorce ... at least not now. Sharon and Ozzy have been married for 31 years and have 3 kids.
Garth Brooks has friends in low places because he's one of the lowest human beings on the planet ... according to a lawsuit filed by his former business partner.
Lisa Sanderson -- who worked with Garth for 20 years -- claims in her uber-colorful lawsuit that -- although Brooks passes himself off as "a humble and highly principled 'everyman'" -- he's actually a "paranoid, angry, deceitful and vindictive man who will turn against those closest to him on a dime."
Sanderson alleges she was a successful TV producer whom Brooks lured to jump start his TV and movie career. But she claims Brooks was his own worst enemy, killing deals with Disney, Fox and others by making ridiculous demands.
Sanderson says Brooks torpedoed a bunch of great opportunities because of his unbridled megalomania. For example, she says Brooks was offered an acting gig to appear as a sniper in "Saving Private Ryan," but he refused because "he wanted to be the star and was unwilling to share the limelight with ... Tom Hanks, Matt Damon, and Edward Burns."
And then there was the movie "Twister." Sanderson says Brooks nixed a chance to play a bad guy because he didn't want to play second fiddle to a tornado. As for Sanderson, she says Brooks screwed her in the salary, bonus and profits department, allegedly lying to her about the pot of gold she'd get if she stuck around.
In the lawsuit, filed by Marty Singer and Allison Hart, Sanderson wants $425,000 in unpaid bonus and salary, as well as punitive damages.
Bradley Cooper won Best Actor for "Silver Linings Playbook". He called it an honor and thanked MTV viewers for being way too young to realize that Daniel Day-Lewis’s performance in "Lincoln" was way better.