Osbourne quits ‘The Talk’ after a racism controversy and viral on-air moment
Sharon Osbourne is firing back at CBS in her first interview since leaving “The Talk” amid a racism controversy.
Osbourne faced accusations of racism at the time, which eventually led to her jumping ship After years on air with the long running talk show. Speaking at a preview for the upcoming Season 5 premiere of “DailyMail TV,” she went on the offensive, accusing CBS of orchestrating the uncomfortable moment that eventually led to her departure from the show.
He had a warm exchange with co-host Sherrill Underwood in which he expressed his support Piers Morgan after leaving “Good Morning Britain” on different opinions about Meghan Markle And Prince Harry’s contingency Interview with Oprah Winfrey. Now, Osbourne is claiming that the producers settled the situation.
“They knew all the questions and they all knew what was going on. I was completely deceived,” He said.
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Osbourne alleges that he did nothing wrong and is only portrayed as the bad guy in the situation.
“It was a matter of freedom of speech. It was pure freedom of expression,” Sharon told DailyMail TV. “A journalist friend of mine wrote something that people didn’t like and then some went crazy, some thugs went – ‘You must be racist, that’s why you say that’ – about my friend Pierce. It’s like this Yes, but come.”
Osbourne says the optics of telling her co-host not to cry was bad. When the cameras stopped rolling during a commercial break, she alleged that she begged Underwood to talk to her, but she refused, prompting her to say “Go f— herself”. did.
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“I would say this to any of my friends,” she explained. ‘When you say it to a friend, it is different from saying it to a stranger. If you can’t be real with someone you’ve worked with for 10 years, you don’t have a friendship, and that’s how I see it,” she said.
He also discussed being trapped in front of a live audience after the controversial moment, accusing the producers of refusing to downplay the show’s promotion, which he described as “going to the toilet”.
CBS representatives did not immediately respond to Granthshala News’ request for comment.
Now, after months of controversy that led to a hiatus for the show as well as her eventual departure, Osbourne claims she had to undergo some unconventional therapy as well in the wake of death threats from viewers that stemmed from the controversy. Had to hire 24-hour security. .
“I definitely went through a rough patch in the beginning. I found it embarrassing. The humiliation that would make people think I might be a racist,” she revealed.
She also noted that former co-host Sarah Gilbert suggested she get ketamine treatment, which she did.
“I went through three months of therapy,” she concluded. “I had ketamine treatment and I got it right. All the tears and everything I felt, you know. That’s all, it’s gone.”