Sheryl Underwood addresses Sharon Osbourne leaving ‘The Talk’

“I don’t know anything other than what I’ve experienced with them, and this thing that has happened is disappointing to me,” Underwood stated. “And maybe people don’t want to hear me say, ‘I still love the Osbournes.’ I’m not saying I liked being treated the way I was treated. Let me be clear: I’m very disappointed, and I’m just trying to navigate my feelings about that because it was trauma.”
On the March 10 episode of “The Talk,” Osbourne had an extreme dispute with Underwood over Osbourne’s assistance of her long time pal and previous “America’s Got Talent” co-star Piers Morgan.

Morgan had actually left his job on ITV’s “Good Morning Britain” after bigotry accusations about unfavorable remarks he made following Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Osbourne required Underwood present circumstances of when Morgan had actually been racist; was noticeably distressed throughout the exchange; and alerted Underwood versus sobbing, stating that if anybody ought to weep it ought to be Osbourne.

Osbourne later on tweeted an apology, stating she “panicked,” “felt blindsided” and after that “got defensive” throughout the discussion.

Following the episode, CBS revealed an internal evaluation would occur and the program went on a production break.

Soon afterwards, a short article appeared in which previous “Talk” co-host Leah Remini and a variety of unnamed sources implicated Osbourne of racist and homophobic language about her associates.

CNN did not separately confirm the claims, however a representative for Remini validated the precision of her declarations and decreased more remark.

Underwood stated she “had heard things” prior to she began dealing with the program however stated, “In this business you’ve got all types of personalities.”

On March 26 CBS revealed that Osbourne would be leaving the program.

Underwood stated she has actually not spoken with Osbourne given that their conversation.

A representative for Osbourne provided a “no comment” when gotten in touch with by CNN.

“The Talk” will return without Osbourne on April 12.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.