The Talk returned to the air on Monday after CBS's investigation led to the departure of Sharon Osbourne.
Sharon Osbourne is no longer on The Talk, but her disagreement with former co-host Sheryl Underwood continues.
Combative television host Piers Morgan has revealed his take on the controversies swirling around Meghan Markle and Sharon Osbourne. In a lengthy column in The Mail on Sunday, Morgan reiterated his disbelief of several of Markle’s assertions made during her and Prince Harry’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey earlier this month. He questions their secret […]
The 68-year-old has been receiving threats of violence against her, her family and pets, a source close to Osbourne tells Yahoo Entertainment.
The co-host spoke about her future with the show, following March 10's heated on-air discussion about racism and CBS's investigation into it. She also discussed where her relationship stands with co-host Sheryl Underwood. However, Osbourne's interview was conducted prior to the new allegations of racism against her.
While Sharon Osbourne is "the draw in many ways for a lot of people," a crisis PR expert says, "but it doesn't mean she's indispensable" on "The Talk."
The Talk is temporarily silenced — with live shows for Monday and Tuesday canceled — as CBS investigates last Wednesday's show. Here's what led up to the investigation.
CBS is investigating "The Talk" host's debate about racism with co-host Sheryl Underwood.
During Wednesday's episode of The Talk, Sharon Osbourne said that she had been accused of being racist after voicing her support for Piers Morgan
“I want to thank everybody all over the world in social media, everybody in radio, television, news, everywhere, everybody that reached out,” she said
Sharon Osbourne is apologizing after defending Piers Morgan — but he thinks she's been "bullied" into it.
The 72-year-old rocker recently shared his worries about getting COVID-19, saying, "there's a good chance I ain't going to be here."
"I'm not proud of that," the Black Sabbath rocker said of the affair that nearly broke his 38-year marriage.
The rocker looked back on the terrifying moment in a new A&E documentary about his life.
Ozzy Osbourne has vowed to never retire from music, despite his recent Parkinson's disease diagnosis.
Former “America’s Got Talent” judge Sharon Osbourne said the first time she met Paul Telegdy, who has served as chairman of NBC Entertainment since 2018, she was immediately put off by his risqué behavior with his dinner date, which included putting his “tongue down her throat.”On Friday, the network announced that Teledgy was under investigation following accusations of racist, sexist and homophobic behavior. The announcement came as The Hollywood Reporter published a bombshell report published detailing accusations by Osbourne and dozens of current and former producers and network staffers.At the dinner, which was arranged for “AGT” team members, Obsourne told THR that Telegdy arrived about 40 minutes late “with this tittering girl at his side.”Also Read: NBC Entertainment Chief Paul Telegdy Under Investigation for Workplace Misconduct“She was on his knee the whole evening and he had his tongue down her throat and that was my introduction to Paul Telegdy,” Osbourne told the magazine. The star said she later told Meredith Ahr, Teledgy’s longtime deputy and now president of NBC’s Alternative and Reality Group, “If that had been a woman, she would have been let go the next day.”In addition, Osbourne said that she quit “AGT” in 2012 after Telegdy threatened to torpedo her career if she protested the network’s decision to drop her son Jack from the reality series “Stars Earn Stripes” — a decision that came shortly after his diagnosis with multiple sclerosis. “He said, ‘Go f— yourself,'” Osbourne told THR. “‘If you call the press you’ll never work in this town, you f—ing witch.'”A spokesperson for Telegdy denied Osbourne’s account of the dinner and the phone call.Telegdy has been accused of mocking gay executives to their faces, using homophobic and misogynistic slurs and making disparaging comments about others’ physical appearance. Telegdy and Ahr were both accused of creating a “terrible, even traumatizing experience” in the network’s reality division.Read original story Sharon Osbourne Says NBC Boss Brought a Date to Their First Meeting and ‘Had His Tongue Down Her Throat’ At TheWrap
Sharon Osbourne appears alongside husband Ozzy and son Jack in a new Travel Channel series, "The Osbournes Want to Believe."
"The Talk" co-host says she "wasn't happy when she was "really, really big" while commenting on Adele's weight loss.