“Sometimes in life, something happens and you go, ‘Gosh, if I just would’ve … ‘ There’s nothing I could have ‘just would’ve’ — this was going to happen, out of my control,” the host, 57, mentioned throughout the Saturday, April 3, episode of her “Sheryl Underwood Radio” podcast. “Sometimes you don’t want to know what you know.”
During the episode, titled “Sharon Walks Away,” the comic mentioned she believes 68-year-old Osbourne’s exit would have occurred ultimately, although she needs she wasn’t concerned within the scenario.
While the Beauty Shop actress hasn’t spoken to her former colleague, she needs her nicely, noting on her podcast that she nonetheless loves the Osbourne household.
“I don’t know anything other than what I’ve experienced with them, and this thing that has happened is disappointing to me,” she mentioned. “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. … I’m very disappointed. And I’m just trying to navigate my feelings about that because it was a trauma.”
On March 26, CBS introduced that the previous X Factor decide would not be returning to The Talk, the place she has labored for 11 seasons.
Morgan, 55, give up his job on Good Morning Britain after criticizing Meghan Markle for her tell-all interview with Prince Harry earlier in March. The Wake Up creator didn’t consider Markle’s claims that she’d experienced racism while living in the U.K.
“I feel like I’m about to be put in the electric chair because I have a friend who many people think is racist, so that makes me a racist,” Osbourne advised the Arkansas native whereas discussing Morgan’s feedback.
While Underwood clarified that she didn’t suppose Osbourne was racist, the truth star was nonetheless offended.
Following the incident, the Osbournes alum was confronted by Holly Robinson Peete, who claimed her former cohost obtained her fired from The Talk after complaining that the Morning Show Mysteries star was “too ghetto.”
As time went on, extra former costars spoke out towards the Extreme creator.
“I had heard things, and I got phone calls of this and that,” Underwood recalled throughout the podcast. “I said, ‘Thank you for the information.’ Because listen, in this business you’ve got all types of personalities, right?”
Leah Remini, who was forged as an authentic host of The Talk in 2010, alleged that she had heard Osbourne use both racial and homophobic slurs up to now when referring to former costars Julie Chen and Sara Gilbert. Her claims got here to gentle in a March 16 report by journalist Yashar Ali.
Osbourne, for her half, denied the King of Queens actress’ allegations. She has not spoken out about her departure from the sequence.