Country music singer Lauren Alaina visits "The Talk" Friday and dishes on her inspiration for her new EP, "Getting Over Him." Sharon Osbourne asks, "Last year we heard you went through two major break ups, what happened?" "I guess I happened. I'm not sure," reacts Alaina. "The first one wasn't so bad. I was with him from high school on, so we just kind of grew apart. It was the ideal break up if there is one. The second one was not, to say the least...it was pretty intense. But it was very inspirational and now hopefully I'm going to make a lot of money off of it. So I'll take it." Sheryl Underwood asks, "Do you write better songs when you're in love or dealing with a broken heart?" Alaina confesses, "Well, I would say probably dealing with a broken heart. I'm apparently pretty good at being mad, sad and sassy. So, hopefully I'll fall in love and get really, really good at writing love songs, too. But right now we're going to thrive in the getting-over-him process and live in that for a while."