Sheryl underwood has finally revealed the aftermath of her “The Talk” co-star, Sharon Osbourne, walking away from the talk show due to controversy.
Sheryl Underwood, in her new podcast “Sharon Walks Away,” talked about the fiery debate she and Sharon Osbourne got embroiled in last month over the latter’s friend, Piers Morgan, during an episode of “The Talk”.
Sheryl Underwood in part 3 “The World According to Sheryl” of her podcast stated that “In my gut, I thought this was going to go left.”
She went on to talk about the criticism she got on her stance. “And so I wanted to put it in its proper order, be very calm, but there were a few people that criticized me on that — ‘Why do you give any f–k about somebody’s feelings? They give no f–k about yours.’”
Sheryl Underwood also revealed upon being asked if Sharon Osbourne had tried to personally reach out to her and apologize. To this Sheryl said “No!” as she displayed and scrolled through her phone’s DMs.
Sheryl Underwood also made it clear that while she is “very disappointed” about what Sharon Osbourne did, she holds no personal grudge against her.
She added that she “still [loves] the Osbournes, from what I’ve known of them. I don’t know anything other than what I’ve experienced with them, and this thing that has happened is disappointing to me.”
“And maybe people don’t want to hear me say, ‘I still love the Osbournes,’” Sheryl Underwood concluded in her statement about Sharon Osbourne. “I’m not saying I liked being treated the way I was treated … I’m just trying to navigate my feelings about that because it was a trauma.”
Is Sharon Osbourne still on “The Talk”?
Unfortunately, no. While there are many rumours flying about, till now, Sharon Osbourne nor “The Talk” reps have talked about the possibility of her return on the talk show after the verbal fight.
The discussion started out when Sheryl Underwood went against the 68-year-old former “X-factor” host, Sharon Osbourne after she had defended her long-time friend, Piers Morgan, over his controversial opinions against Meghan Markle after her iconic Oprah Interview.
“While you are standing by your friend, it appears that you are giving validation or safe haven to something that he has uttered that is racist,” Sheryl had said at the time.