Underwood will begin Monday’s episode – the first since the CBS show was suspended almost a month ago while Osbourne’s on-air comments were loud – by reaching out to viewers behind the scenes about what to expect « It’s time for an episode of » The Talk « that will be different from any other we’ve had before, » shares Underwood.
« … As you may know, Sharon decided to leave « The Talk » during our hiatus. We have to process the events of this day and the events since, so that we can come to the healing, « Underwood continued in her message.
Last month the spoke 68-year-old Osbourne on « The Talk » about being branded a racist for supporting Piers Morgan, who left his own morning show in the UK after furiously blowing up Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s interview with Oprah Winfrey.After an emotional on-ai During the debate with Underwood, Osbourne tweeted a long apology. However, several ex-coworkers joined the chorus of those who accused of their inappropriate workplace behavior related to race.
Returning Monday, Underwood said that she and her co-hosts Elaine Welteroth, Amanda Kloots and Carrie Ann Inaba will « discuss honestly what happened » and examine her feelings.
« And we’ll also show you how everyone can feel more comfortable discussing important topics and having difficult conversations, » says Underwood. « By the end of the lesson, we want everyone to feel empowered and ready to move forward. »
Underwood, 57, previously claimed that Osbourne never apologized privately to her after their violent exchange, but Osbourne brought it up alleged screenshots showing Underwood texts that Underwood did not respond.
« Not only did I send these messages to Sheryl, I also personally apologized to her in her locker room. Why do you say I never apologized, Sheryl? « Osbourne told the Daily Mail. » What are you trying to do to me? Why are you trying to destroy my reputation? Just be honest. Tell me. «
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