Sharon Osbourne left « The Talk » on Friday, two weeks after rocking the chat show the day by debating with Sheryl Underwood, a co-host, on racist issues and shocking allegations of racial attribution / p> Sharon Osbourne has decided to leave The Talk, a release by CBS Read. “The events of the March 10th broadcast were annoying for everyone involved, including the audience watching at home. As part of our review, we concluded that Sharon’s behavior toward her co-hosts during the March 10 episode was inconsistent with our values for a respectful workplace. We also found no evidence that CBS managers orchestrated the discussion or blinded any of the hosts.
« At the same time, we acknowledge that the network and studio teams, as well as the showrunners, are responsible for what happened during this broadcast because it was clear that the co-hosts were not properly prepared by the staff for a complex and sensitive discussion of the races, ”the publication continued. “During this week’s break, we’re coordinating workshops, listening sessions, and training on equity, inclusion, and cultural awareness for the hosts, producers, and the crew. Going forward, we will identify plans to improve production staff and processes to better serve the hosts, production and ultimately our viewers.
« The Talk will return with original episodes on Monday, April 12th, 2021 after taking a break in the week of April 5th. » March announced that the talk show would stop filming while an investigation was conducted into allegations that the atmosphere was « race insensitive ».
« We are committed to a diverse, inclusive and respectful workplace, » said in a statement from CBS. « All matters related to the Wednesday episode of » The Talk « are currently being reviewed internally. »
Page 6 previously reported that Osbourne was likely to be sacked but would not go down without a fight. “She could write a book, she would do a world of interviews. She knows where all the bodies are buried, « a source told us.
We were also told that some of the producers and showrunners may have to take part in the fall because they allegedly failed to prepare the Osbourne showdown with Underwood .
During the March 10 episode, 68-year-old Osbourne spoke of being branded a racist for supporting Piers Morgan, who left his own morning show in the UK after furiously blowing up Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey .
« I feel like I’m about to be put in an electric chair because I have a friend who a lot of people think is a racist, which makes me a racist, » said Osbourne. She then asked the other hosts to tell her « what he said is racist ».
Sheryl Underwood replied that « the implication » that Morgan dismissed Markle was more racist than the words themselves / p> « Why can’t it be that he just doesn’t like her? Why does it have to be racist? » Said Osbourne.
After the heated on-air debate, Osbourne tweeted a long apology in which she said, that she « does not condone racism, misogyny or bullying ».
« I should have elaborated on this in my tweet, » she continued, referring to her original defense of Morgan online. « I will always support freedom of expression, however now I see that I did not make this clear distinction inadvertently. «
Page 6 reported exclusively that the internal investigation was initiated when hostess Elaine Welteroth and her hairdresser talked about an allegedly » race-insensitive and hostile environment. » ung “complained on the show.
A source said: » Elaine Welteroth and her hairdresser complained to HR about Sharon Osbourne’s recent engagement with Underwood. . . They said they were not comfortable in a racially insensitive and hostile environment, and that complaint opened the investigation. «
A memo was sent to all of The Talk’s cast, staff and crew members saying,“ As a result of the recording on Wednesday, we want to make it clear that HR is actively addressing the situation and concerns that we’re made aware of.
« We’re committed to a diverse, respectful, and inclusive workplace, and we want to make sure that you are all aware of all the resources that are available to you when you are with someone want to talk. «
Welteroth isn’t the only black person complaining about working conditions on » The Talk « . After Osbourne’s encounter, Holly Robinson Peete, who co-hosted the first season of the talk show in 2010, suggested that that karma came into play.
« I’m old enough to remember when Sharon complained that I was too » ghetto « for #theTalk … then I was gone. I’m bringing this up now because I was ashamed to see the disrespectful condescending tone she adopted with her co-host, who remained calm and respectful. & respectfully because … she had to, « Robinson Peete tweeted.
» I’ve always been a high road girl, but when I saw what everyone else saw on my previous show, it triggered me and I wanted myself « She added on Instagram.
And » The Talk « alum Leah Remini sensationally claimed that Osbourne called former colleague Julie Chen » Slanty Eyes « and Sara Gilbert, who is gay, called » py licker » felt.
Remini told journalist Yashar Ali that Osbourne allegedly attacked her then co-stars because she was angry that Chen was allegedly trying to steal the spotlight, and Gilbert, who was also executive producer, nothing took action against it.
« I mean who the hell does Slanty Eyes think she is? » She shouldn’t talk about pillows with our boss, ”Remini recalled, once saying on the morning show’s first season – he was referring to Chen and her husband Les Moonves, who was at the helm of CBS at the time. Osbourne has denied these claims.
Osbourne allegedly added to Gilbert, « Why isn’t the P-y-Licker going to do anything about the Wonton? » and « Why won’t the fish eater be part of this discussion? She’s the king’s executive producer. »
Osbourne, married to heavy metal icon Ozzy Osbourne, first came to the fore after appearing in « The Osbournes » starred, a reality show on MTV that followed her, Ozzy, and two of their children, Kelly and Jack.
She then turned into a talent show judge on shows like « The X Factor » and « America’s Got. » Talent ». Osbourne has been on « The Talk » since its 2010 debut.
Amid the drama, she tightened security and turned off social media comments after receiving death threats.
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