Ozzy Osbourne and Travis Scott joined Post Malone onstage last night at the 2019 American Music Awards to perform “Take What You Want.” The performance was filled with spooky imagery, some flames and a little bit of guitar smashing.

Following Osbourne's part at the beginning of the song, the metal singer could be seen dancing onstage. His dance moves have already sparked discussion on social media and have become a meme. You can check out some of them below.

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You can check out a clip of the performance below featuring Osbourne's now Twitter famous dance moves.

While some made memes out of the singer's dance moves, others took to Twitter to gush over the performance as a whole.


Introduced by Rivers Cuomo of Weezer and Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy, Post Malone also performed his new song "Circles" before Scott and Osbourne joined him on stage.

"Take What You Want" is a single from Malone's latest album Hollywood's Bleeding. It won Malone Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop album last night.

During his acceptance speech for Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop album, Malone declared “I love grapes” followed by a roar from the crowd. Shortly after, Malone was also the face of a new meme.

You can watch his full speech below as well as a few reactions to his win.

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Ozzy Osbourne began teasing his new song "Straight to Hell" that features Slash early last week with a postcard inviting viewers to Hell. Clicking the link led to a Facebook event with the address simply listed as Hell.

He later shared a teaser video on his social media accounts with a snippet of the song.


The track finally dropped Friday at midnight and it’s everything we wanted it to be. You can listen to the song below.

This marks the second single off his upcoming album Ordinary Man following the release of “Under The Graveyard.” In case you haven’t heard that song yet, you can listen to it below.

What was your favorite version of the Ozzy meme? Let us know in the comments below!

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