Sharon Osbourne and "The Talk" co-hosts talked of the Leslie Moonves scandal on Monday. Co-host Julie Chen, Moonves's wife, was absent.
As someone who knows Demi Lovato — and has a history of drug addiction herself — Kelly Osbourne was asked about the "Sober" singer's overdose during her appearance on Wednesday's British talk show "Loose Women. She had some good insights, but don't misconstrue what she has to say.
For all the talk about how Hollywood romances never last, Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne are the exception.
On an A&E special, the Osbournes took yet another opportunity to remind the Kardashians just who started the reality sitcom.
After being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2012, reality star Osbourne not only decided to talk about it publicly — he even helped launch a campaign to assist others who have the disease.
On "The Talk," Sharon Osbourne made controversial statements about abuse victims and allegations against former New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
The Big Interview With Dan Rather is returning to AXS TV for a star-studded fifth season. The season kicks off October 10 with Sharon Osbourne, the outspoken judge of the hit AXS TV series The X Factor UK, where she discusses her time on the show, her eclectic career, and her marriage to the legendary Ozzy Osbourne with Rather. Yahoo Music is excited to premiere a sneak peek at the episode, where Osbourne reflects on the day she first met her future husband.
Sharon Osborne admitted that she fell for the Kardashian/Jenners' love of controversy when she saw their new clothing line.
Sharon Osbourne swung by "Conan" and chatted with the O'Brien about getting back together with husband Ozzy Osbourne after he had an extramarital affair.
After tabloid reports of turbulence in their 34-year marriage, Sharon announced on CBS’ “The Talk” in May that she had kicked her husband out of their home. Now, two months later, Ozzy Osbourne, who shares three children with Sharon, put a different perspective on their marital troubles. “No, it’s just a bump in the road,” said the Black Sabbath rocker.
Hear that? It’s either your neighbors popping fireworks to celebrate the Fourth of July, or it's one of these celebs showing off their feisty personalities and making the world a little more colorful. (Illustration: Daniel Miller/Imma Almourzaeva)
On "The Talk" Monday, host Julie Chen wasted no time addressing the story that broke over the weekend about her co-host Sharon Osbourne.
A lot can go wrong during a live television broadcast, and on Wednesday’s People’s Choice Awards a few things did. First, BuzzFeed writer and star of the video series Whine About It Matt Bellassai, about whom his employer says “he’s a writer at BuzzFeed who we pay to get drunk and whine about stuff at his desk,” won the award for Favorite Social Media star. But when the camera zoomed in on him, it showed an enthusiastic seat-filler instead of Bellassai, who was seated right behind the paid audience member. ...
When Sharon Osbourne took a month-long hiatus from her post on The Talk in May — citing extreme exhaustion after collapsing in her home in Los Angeles — many people speculated that her time off was really related to plastic surgery. On Monday, the former reality star admitted to Jenny McCarthy on SiriusXM that she stepped away because she was privately suffering from depression. Osbourne said she addressed the problem with doctor-prescribed medication, but some of the pills left her in a worse state than before.
The hosts of The Talk are having a rock star moment. Yahoo TV has an exclusive look at the ladies’ Halloween costumes for the Oct. 30 episode and — to steal a line from Tamar Braxton — they are snatched. Similar to years past, the hosts went with a theme, but it’s more rock ‘n’ roll this year. Look no further than Julie Chen brilliantly pulling off Madonna and Sharon Osbourne as Sia for proof of that.
While we can’t honestly classify most of it as “real,” we admit that we’ve been hopelessly hooked on reality TV for, oh, about a decade and a half now. In honor of the 15th anniversary of "Survivor" (the show that kick-started the reality TV revolution premiered on May 31, 2000), we’re celebrating our favorite reality TV personalities in eight categories… and letting you pick the winners. Be sure to vote in the poll below — and if we left out your favorite, feel free to submit a write-in vote in the comments. Today’s category: Couples.