The TV personality, who was ousted from “The Talk” earlier this year, doubles her allegation that the show and former co-host Sheryl Underwood wrongly attacked her over the past year in order to override Piers Morgan’s comments Defend Megan Markle.
“They all knew the question and they all knew what was going on,” says the wife of heavy metal legend Ozzy Osborne in a new interview with DailyMailTV. “I felt totally cheated.”
Subsequently, Underwood grilled Osbourne about how she tweeted “I stand by you … you are only speaking your truth” after Morgan racisted Markle’s infamous Oprah interview
Underwood’s questioning seemed to imply that Osborne was also racist for supporting Morgan.
“We had a disagreement and I told her not to cry, it should be me should cry and that didn’t go down well, “said Osbourne. “Then she didn’t talk to me during the commercial break. I begged her to talk to me and she wouldn’t, and basically I was like, “Go through with yourself.”
“Leaving me on live TV for 20 minutes … unprepared, not produced, not.” knowing what’s going on. Wait, where is your excuse from me? They could have cut anytime and went to a commercial break, and why didn’t they cut? ‘
“They didn’t cut because they liked the controversy and they liked that everyone was talking about it because it was something for the show needed that went to the bathroom, ”she theorized. “So they thought, ‘Well, she has the biggest following. Let’s go for her. ‘”
The reality star veterinarian made it clear that it was a double betrayal, as the co-moderators had previously made a secret pact never to betray themselves on live television.
After the fold, CBS put the show on hiatus and opened an internal investigation. Two weeks later, Osbourne resigned.
“Sharon Osbourne has decided to leave The Talk,” said a press release from CBS, partly after her departure. “The events of the March 10th show were disturbing for everyone involved… As part of our review, we concluded that Sharon’s behavior towards her co-hosts during the March 10th episode was inconsistent with our values for a respectful workplace. We also found no evidence that CBS executives staged the discussion or took any of the hosts off guard. ”
Osbourne, who was on the show for 11 seasons, says her family received death threats and she got one had three months of ketamine therapy.
“Where’s the forgiveness,” she mused. “Where is a second chance? So you’re saying the wrong thing without threatening anyone. You’re saying the wrong thing, you’re out, you’re out. “
In July, the show announced that Jerry O’Connell had been hired as a permanent co-host. This was followed by the hiring of former NFL player Akbar Gbajabiamila, to replace Carrie Ann Inaba.
Underwood representatives did not immediately respond for comment, while representatives from “The Talk” referred Page Six to the statement released after Osbourne left.
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