Sharon Osbourne Tells Maher She Is ‘Angry’ And ‘Hurt’ After ‘The Talk’ Leaves


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TV personality Sharon Osbourne said on Friday she was “angry and” hurt “after his departure at the end of last month of CBS’s “The Talk” after lively conversation about the race.
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In this segment, the longtime co-host was asked for her support for UK TV host Piers Morgan when he said he didn’t believe aspects of the interview between Meghan, la Duchess of SussexMeghan Markle Queen Elizabeth returns to royal duties after Prince Philip’s death Meghan Markle will not travel for Philip’s funeral due to pregnancy Prince Philip has embodied a greater generation of service and duty MORE, and Oprah WinfreyOprah Gail WinfreyFox News Hires High-Level Defense Team in Dominion Defamation Lawsuit Harry Publishes Eulip for Prince Philip Fox News Media Appoints New Legal Advisor and Executive Vice President of Corporate Development company LEARN MORE, including that the duchess had suicidal thoughts.

After Osbourne tweeted a post in support of Morgan for ‘speaking your truth’, ‘The Talk’ co-host Sheryl Underwood asked Osbourne what she would say to those who viewed her support for Morgan as racist.

The question sparked a tense discussion between the two, in which Osbourne denied being racist, calling her “a terrible and evil word.

Maher asked Osbourne how she was doing almost a month after leaving the show on Friday.

“I’m angry, I’m hurt,” she replied, adding that she was “a fighter”.

Maher later said of Morgan: “He was called a racist and lost his job, and you were called a racist and you lost your job. Am I right?

“You are right,” Osbourne replied. “This is exactly how it happened.”

“Who is the racist and why? That’s what I’m trying to figure out, ”Maher said.

“Me too,” Osbourne replied. “I have been called so many things in my life. I’m so used to being called by names, but a racist is the one I won’t take.

Following last month’s incident, Osbourne claimed that she had been “set up” by its co-hosts when asked about Morgan, which CBS later denied in a statement. The network said that an internal review “ found no evidence that CBS executives orchestrated the discussion or took control of any of the hosts. ”

CBS announced late last month that Osbourne, the last of the original hosts of the daytime show, was leaving the program after executives ” concluded that Sharon’s behavior towards his co-hosts during the March 10 episode did not align with our values ​​for a respectful workplace.

Osbourne also briefly commented on allegations reported by reporter Yashar Ali that the co-host used racist and homophobic insults while talking to his co-hosts. At the time, Osbourne publicist Howard Bragman said the accusations were “lies”, and the co-host added on Friday that the reports came from “disgruntled ladies”.

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