By Stephen M. Silverman
Updated May 22, 2002 12:10 PM

Add another name to the list of Ozzy Osbourne wannabes. Tommy Lee, 39, the former Motley Crue drummer and ex-husband of Pamela Anderson, has told TV’s “Access Hollywood” that he’s currently negotiating to do a reality program similar to MTV’s “The Osbournes.” But instead of being a domestic reality sitcom, like the MTV show about the erstwhile Black Sabbath frontman and his brood, Lee wants the camera to track him out of the house to wherever he goes. Among his usual stops: the road, the hotel, the bus, the massage parlor or the head shop, he said, as quoted from “Access Hollywood” by the Associated Press. Lee’s proposed title is “Never A Dull Moment,” which also happens to be the name of his new album. No details of who’s producing or distributing or airing it have been reported. Earlier this week, The New York Times divulged that, given the Osbournes’ influence, everyone from Brandy, Cybill Shepherd and Courtney Love to P. Diddy and David Lee Roth is lining up to let the cameras into their homes to broadcast their lives. “I want my own reality TV show,” Shepherd, 52, told The Times. “You could see me in the tub, but you won’t see me naked or anything.” The paper also noted that rap mogul and fashion entrepreneur P. Diddy, also known as Sean Combs, 32, is negotiating to have MTV record his search for new talent, while Brandy, 23, is discussing with the network a program based on her pregnancy and upcoming childbirth.