Sheryl Underwood took to her podcast over the weekend to break her silence on Sharon Osbourne’s recent exit from “The Talk.”
Sharon Osbourne is permanently stepping away from CBS’ The Talk as a result of the network’s recent investigation into her contentious on-air racism debate with fellow co-host Sheryl Underwood. Osbourne “has decided to leave The Talk,” CBS said in a statement on Friday. After an internal review conducted during the show’s unplanned hiatus, the network has [
Following allegations of racism, CBS News announced on Friday that it would be losing one of its talk show hosts.
On her podcast, Sheryl Underwood Radio, Sheryl Underwood revealed that after Sharon Osbourne melted down on live television about Piers Morgan, and quit The Talk in a panicked huff, the two have not spoken.
Sharon Osbourne was entitled to defend me without being deemed a racist. Just as I was entitled not to believe Meghan Markle without being deemed a racist.
Sharon Osbourne has departed CBS’s long-running morning chat show The Talk, Deadline reports. The last original cast member of the series, Osbourne has, in the words of the network, “made the decision to depart the show” after an inquiry into an incident that happened on-camera on March 10, in which she and co-host
Sheryl Underwood is speaking out after her co-host, Sharon Osbourne, exited “The Talk” several weeks ago.