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    Sharon Osbourne has said she wishes she told executives at CBS to 'f*** off' after they asked her to be more repentant for defending her friend Piers Morgan, who was labelled a racist for questioning Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Oprah interview. Osbourne, 69, was forced out of daytime show The Talk on March 26, 2021 after 11 years. She spoke out to defend Morgan, who was angered by the March 7, 2021 interview with Oprah. Morgan was also forced out of his show in the UK, Good Morning Britain. On Thursday, Osbourne spoke about her experiences at the time, and told of her fury at being pushed out. 'I wanted to look into the camera and say 'F*** you, f*** you, f*** you, f*** you, and CBS take that. But I couldn't do that. Sharon Osbourne said that she wanted to tell the CBS executives, live on air, 'f*** you' Osbourne is pictured with Piers Morgan, her friend of many years, who she defends 'Can you imagine if I'd have done that, what it would've done? 'It would've...
    ANDY Grammer has created The Talk's new theme song and loyal fans are not happy with the change. The song is called "Good Company (The Talk Theme)" and it premiered on September 12 for The Talk's 13th season. 4The Talk has a new theme song and fans hate itCredit: Twitter/@TheTalkCBS Andy Grammer is well known for his hit song "Honey, I'm Good," and the theme song has a similar upbeat tempo. The Talk posted a video of the song's premiere and captioned it: "Nothing like starting off Season 13 with a NEW theme song by the talented Andy Grammer!" The show's hosts Akbar Gbajabiamila, Amanda Kloots, Jerry O'Connell, Sheryl Underwood, and Natalie Morales danced around the stage with huge smiles on their faces while the song played. FAN FUMBLE While the hosts of the show feel like they're in good company with their co-hosts, their fans on Facebook weren't kind to the new theme. song. READ MORE THE TALKSHRINKING SHERYL! The Talk's Sheryl shocks fans as she shows off 90-pound weight lossTALK SOON The Talk cast pushes Howie...
    THE TALK co-host Sheryl Underwood has shocked fans when she debuted her dramatic weight loss on the season 13 premiere of the show. She lost 90 pounds and once considered getting gastric bypass surgery. 5Sheryl Underwood debuted her new look on the season 13 premiereCredit: CBS 5She did not like the numbers she was when she went to the doctors so she decided to change itCredit: Getty The Talk returned on September 12 and some of the co-hosts looked different. Sheryl, Jerry O'Connell, Amanda Kloots, Natalie Morales, and Akbar Gbajabiamila are all hosting the current season. However, Sheryl, who joined the panel in 2011, was the talk of the show after fans raved over her dramatic weight loss. The 58-year-old couldn't stop smiling on set. READ MORE THE TALK DIRTY TALK The Talk hosts Sheryl and Akbar shock fans with NSFW reenactment on live TVGOING UNDER-WOOD The Talk host Sheryl FAINTS during heated moment with guest Tom Hopper She danced outside with the co-hosts as the show got a new theme song and looked...
    THE View's Sara Haines has suffered an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction during a live broadcast of the show. The popular daytime talk show returned on September 6th after a weeks-long hiatus. 5The View host Sara Haines suffers embarrassing wardrobe malfunctionCredit: ABC 5She exclaimed she ripped her skirt during the live season premiereCredit: ABC The talk show returned today with Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar,  Sunny Hostin, and Sara Haines, along with new co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin.  Ana Navarro, the other new co-host, was absent, though the reason is unknown. At the very beginning of the show, Whoopi Goldberg told co-host Joy that she looks "amazing" with enthusiastic agreement from the rest of the panel. Joy said that she "lost some weight" in response to the compliments. READ MORE THE VIEW NEWSBAD VIEW The View's Whoopi ripped for complaining about '$8M-a-year' talk show jobTHE BEST VIEW The View shares behind-the-scenes clip of new cast posing for glam photoshoot "You know when you lose weight, you look better sometimes," she added. Whoopi said laughing: "You can't talk to me about it, I ate everybody I saw Sara then joined...
    THE VIEW co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin has revealed how the women on the show really act towards each other behind the scenes. She spoke to GMA on Monday morning and said that they all get along, despite the many "heated arguments" on air. 5Alyssa Farah Griffin appeared on GMA to talk about the new season of The ViewCredit: ABC 5Alyssa, along with Ana Navarro, will be joining the existing panel for season 26Credit: ABC Alyssa sat down for an interview with three Good Morning America hosts to talk about her new role on The View, how she will be a voice for the Republicans, and how everyone gets along. After Alyssa talked about filling the conservative seat, Janai Norman asked her about how everyone gets along on set. "I know you said before that you could've gone to a place where others have views just like yourself, but you wanted to have that discussion with people with opposing views," she said. "And sometimes things get heated especially during Hot Topics, but you say it doesn't...
    THE Talk hosts Sheryl Underwood and Akbar Gbajabiamila have shocked fans with a NSFW reenactment live on air on Thursday. Viewers have shared their surprise on social media after seeing the TV personalities get a little up close and personal with one another on the show. 4Credit: CBS 4Credit: CBS It all started innocently enough, with the Talk hosts all discussing a viral video of a woman completely stepping over everyone in her aisle on the plane to get to her window seat. When it came time for Sheryl to share her opinion on it, she joked that if she were sitting on the plane and a man had climbed over her, she would have very specific thoughts about it. Laughing, she said to everyone: “Wait a minute, you actually think that I’m not gonna realize that a man has invited me to join the Mile High Club while he steps over me?” That’s when she and co-host Akbar decided to act out that situation for the rest of their hosting panel, the live audience, and everyone at home. Read...
    THE View fans have slammed the hosts and producers for disrespecting one of the most important former hosts during talk show's 25th anniversary. The show has been celebrating its big milestone for the past few weeks, but viewers noticed one key person has been left out. 4Credit: ABC 4Credit: Alamy Along with a big reunion event with former hosts in June, The View also celebrated its anniversary with a luxury Bahamas vacation last week. Despite the lengthy commemoration, the show’s creator and original co-host, Barbara Walters, has not been part of any of it. Fans blasted the show for not including the 92-year-old, who was responsible for putting the daytime program together in the first place. One fan tweeted: “Love Barbara Walters, and what she first created.” Read More on The ViewENDLESS SUMMER? The View fans are furious at Whoopi and co-hosts AGAIN after Bahamas tripCOMPETING VIEWS The View hosts slammed as ‘hypocritical’ after Bahamas vacation Another slammed: “A shame Barbara isn’t there!” They added that it would’ve been nice to hear her “explain HER side of” putting together The...
    THE View hosts Sara Haines and Joy Behar have shocked fans with their NSFW conversation in an 'inappropriate' moment during Thursday’s show. Viewers have noticed the TV personalities upping their crude humor on the daytime program in recent weeks. 4Credit: ABC 4Credit: ABC While chatting with guest Craig Robinson, the hosts went off on a little, NSFW tangent. Sara told him: “Craig, you’re not only hilarious, you’re…a super talented musician with the band that has the greatest name, The Nasty Delicious." She then joked, leaning over to pat her co-host on the back: “Joy goes by that name at night.” Not one to be shy, Joy joked right back: “That’s my stripper name. Although, I prefer Clam’s Casino.” Read More on The ViewWATCH OUT, WHOOPI The View fans shocked as object is thrown at Whoopi in the middle of showJOY'S DECOY? The View fans accuse host Joy of using BODY DOUBLE for wild show segment These are only the latest NSFW comments on The View, as the hosts have been on a roll with them lately. During Wednesday’s show, Joy...
    NORMALLY outnumbered by men, this show flips the script with four women panelists and #OneLuckyGuy discussing the day's news. The show is currently the most-watched cable news program in its 12 pm ET timeslot. 3Kayleigh McEnany joins the Outnumbered cast April 6.Credit: Fox Kayleigh McEnany McEnany announced on March 30 that she would be joining Outnumbered as a co-host. She caught people's attention as one of Trump's few defenders on CNN but didn't become a household name until she joined the Trump administration as National Press Secretary from 2019 to 2020 and then as the 33rd White House press secretary from April 2020 to January 2021. McEnany graduated from Harvard Law School in 2016 and started her media career with an internship at Fox News and then as a commentator on CNN. In 2017, she was selected as the national spokesperson for the Republican National Committee. She holds a degree in international politics from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Affairs and studied politics and international relations at Oxford University, St. Edmund Hall.  3Harris Faulkner has been at Fox News for 16 years.Credit: Getty...
    Yeah, Donald Trump also said we’d never see him again if he lost to Joe Biden. We all know how that turned out. After all, Trump is never really gone—as long we remember him. We see his eternal light and essence in every irregular, half-priced Grocery Outlet yam. Every time a bully farts on a weaker kid’s head, he is there—in spirit—gently guiding the bully’s sphincter. You see him in the wide, wonderstruck eyes of every tender moppet who stumbles off the Tilt-A-Whirl vomiting circus peanuts and orange Fanta on his sister’s brand-new Chucks. But the fucker never actually left, so there’s no need to rely on any of those reminders. This seems to be a pattern. Conservatives love to talk shit and set ultimatums, but when their “sincerely held beliefs” run up against their “careers,” they somehow find the moral wiggle room to show up for work. Meet radio talk show host Dan Bongino, who is one of these characters: Two months ago, Dan Bongino sounded ready to give up one of the best slots in conservative talk radio...
    Radio talk show host Dan Bongino Yeah, Donald Trump also said we’d never see him again if he lost to Joe Biden. We all know how that turned out. After all, Trump is never really gone—as long we remember him. We see his eternal light and essence in every irregular, half-priced Grocery Outlet yam. Every time a bully farts on a weaker kid’s head, he is there—in spirit—gently guiding the bully’s sphincter. You see him in the wide, wonderstruck eyes of every tender moppet who stumbles off the Tilt-A-Whirl vomiting circus peanuts and orange Fanta on his sister’s brand-new Chucks. But the fucker never actually left, so there’s no need to rely on any of those reminders. This seems to be a pattern. Conservatives love to talk shit and set ultimatums, but when their “sincerely held beliefs” run up against their “careers,” they somehow find the moral wiggle room to show up for work. Meet radio talk show host Dan Bongino, who is one of these characters: Two months ago, Dan Bongino sounded ready to give up one of the best slots in conservative talk radio over...
    (CNN)"The Talk" made history with their announcement Wednesday of Sharon Osbourne's replacement.Actor Jerry O'Connell, who has been guest hosting for the past few months, has been brought on the CBS daytime talk show and is the first male co-host.O'Connell said during the episode that aired Wednesday, "It's real exciting.""First of all, I want to say, you ladies have been so welcoming to me," he said to his fellow co-hosts. "I mean, I came here as a guest months ago, and just from the moment I walked in, you're just gracious, you're kind, you're fun, and it worked. And here we are. We're going to have a lot of fun, we really are."Osbourne, who was the last original co-host on the show which debuted in 2010, left in March following a controversial and heated episode in which she verbally sparred with fellow co-host Sheryl Underwood.Read MoreSharon Osbourne is out of The TalkThe intense debate was a result of Underwood questioning Osbourne's support of her longtime friend, Piers Morgan.Morgan left his job on ITV's "Good Morning Britain" after allegations that negative comments...
    Get Pet Supplies for 60% off at Petco—but Not for Long Team USA falls to Australia in second straight exhibition loss ahead of Tokyo Olympics The Talk may have found its replacement for Sharon Osbourne. The Talk Returns Without Sharon Osbourne for Discussion on Race E! See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Mel B Teases Spice Girls Return on 25th Anniversary of "Wannabe" E! Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker Pack on the PDA in UFC Return E! Scooter Braun and Wife Yael Split After 7 Years of Marriage E! Scooter Braun and Wife Yael Split After 7 Years of Marriage E! Rob Gronkowski and Camille Kostek Turn the 2021 ESPYS Red Carpet Into a Must-See Runway E! ShaCarri Richardson Receives Support at 2021 ESPYS Following Olympics Suspension E! Nick Viall - 2020 Golden Globe Awards E! Glambot E! Kate Middleton Steps Out in Style at Wimbledon After COVID-19 Scare E! Kate Middleton Steps Out in...
    THE Talk executives are “in final negotiations” to hire Jerry O’Connell to replace ousted Sharon Osbourne despite some hosts “not wanting to work with him.”  Jerry, 47, has been co-hosting alongside Sheryl Underwood, Amanda Kloots and Elaine Welteroth for The Talk’s Men of May special. 14Jerry O'Connell is in final talks to join The Sun as a permanent hostCredit: CBS 14The comedian would replace Sharon OsbourneCredit: Getty The Sun can exclusively reveal the comedian “is in final negotiations” to replace Sharon, 68, after she quit the show in March over her on-air fight with Sheryl, 57. But the source claimed staff “feels hiring a straight white male will get the show more backlash.” The insider said: “Some staff wanted Sharon replaced by a female Latina star like Eva Longoria, Gina Rodriguez or Gloria Estefan. That door should be opened. It’s time for a Latina voice to have a platform.  Elaine also “fought” for a Latina woman to “join the show.” 14Jerry has been a guest host for The Talk's Men of MayCredit: Instagram 14Elaine isn't 'on board' with the hiring, as she...
    More On: amanda kloots Amanda Kloots shamed for COVID-19 vaccination following husband’s death Amanda Kloots turns late husband Nick Cordero’s ashes into a ring ‘The Talk’ names Amanda Kloots, Elaine Welteroth as co-hosts Nick Cordero’s widow turns late actor’s ashes into family vase Amanda Kloots celebrated Mother’s Day a little early this year. The 39-year-old’s son, Elvis, walked onto “The Talk” stage dressed in a sharp white suit to surprise her during the live taping on Friday. Carrying a beautiful yellow and white bouquet of flowers for his mom, Elvis received a standing ovation from her fellow “The Talk” co-hosts as he made a beeline for Kloots. After the almost two-year-old handed the flowers to his mom he reached his arms out for a hug and she quickly picked him up for a sweet embrace. “Oh my goodness,” said Kloots, wearing a matching white maxi dress. “You guys, I can’t believe he actually just did that!” The exciting moment marked Elvis’ television debut. Once Kloots was seated with Elvis in her lap, the toddler quickly became distracted...
    Loading the player... It’s been less than a month since Sharon Osbourne left as co-host of daytime talk show The Talk. Now, she has expressed her opinion on why she was ousted following a controversial exchange between her and her co-hosts last month in regards to British media personality Piers Morgan. During an appearance on Real Time with Bill Maher, Osbourne said “disgruntled” ex-colleagues from were the reason for her departure. Maher was interviewing Osbourne and discussing the circumstances of her losing her job due to comments she made that many deemed racist. Osbourne got into a heated exchange during a March 10 episode of The Talk after she had defended controversial commentary from Morgan about Meghan Markle and her interview with Oprah Winfrey. During the interaction, Osbourne stated she had been accused of sympathizing with the racist rhetoric from Morgan, whom she admitted is a friend of hers, and got into a back-and-forth with co-host Sheryl Underwood. Sharon Osbourne (Photo: Entertainment Tonight) During her interview with Maher, Osbourne stated that she resented being referred to as...
    Sharon Osbourne will appear on Bill Maher's HBO show Friday night in her first interview since her tumultuous exit from "The Talk." HBO confirmed her appearance on "Real Time with Bill Maher" Wednesday in a press release. "This week features a one-on-one, in-studio interview with television personality and former host on CBS' 'The Talk,' Sharon Osbourne," the release said of the episode's lineup. Osbourne departed the CBS daytime talk show on March 26 following an intense discussion about race, a subsequent internal investigation, and hiatus from air.  The former reality star "has decided to leave" the long-running daytime talk show, according to a statement from CBS and obtained by Fox News at the time.  SHARON OSBOURNE EXITS 'THE TALK' The departure news came a few weeks after a heated exchange between Osbourne, 68, and co-host Sheryl Underwood, in which Osbourne expressed support for Piers Morgan after he left "Good Morning Britain" over differing opinions about Meghan Markle following the Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry's bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey. "The events of the March 10 broadcast were upsetting to everyone involved, including the audience watching at home," CBS' statement said. Sharon Osbourne departed...
    The CBS daytime discussion show The Talk is returning to screens on Monday following a month-long hiatus after Sharon Osbourne left the program amid controversy.  Osbourne's departure came following a heated exchange between herself and co-host Sheryl Underwood over a debate that saw her spring to the defense of her friend, and fellow Brit, Piers Morgan, over accusations of racism. Monday's show featuring Sheryl Underwood, Carrie Ann Inaba, Amanda Kloots, and Elaine Welteroth is to resume featuring a discussion about race and healing.  Sharon Osbourne left The Talk after defending her friend Piers Morgan's criticism of Meghan Markle. She demanded her black co-host, Sheryl Underwood, explain her claim that Morgan's criticism was racist On The Talk, Osbourne defended Morgan in an on-air debate with co-host Sheryl Underwood, which turned heated as Osbourne demanded 'educate me' on how Morgan is racist An expert on how to have difficult conversations about diversity, equity, inclusion and justice is offer advice to the group along with experts on how to heal after a difficult conversation. The advice comes too late for Osbourne who...
    THE Talk is facing cancellation after Sharon Osbourne left the CBS show, as “ratings are so low” and “no celebrities want to appear” on the series, according to an insider. CBS announced Sharon, 68, quit The Talk after her on-air fight with co-host Sheryl Underwood earlier this month, as the network said her behavior “did not align” with their “values for a respectful workplace.”  15The Talk faces cancellation after Sharon Osbourne quit the seriesCredit: Getty 15Ratings for the talk show are 'low'Credit: Getty Sharon received backlash for “racially insensitive” comments while she defended her friend Piers Morgan’s harsh criticism of Meghan Markle through the years.  A source told The Sun that The Talk now faces cancellation, as the original host was the star of the long-running show.  The insider claimed: “Cancellation has to be on the minds of execs because this show is a bigger headache than it's worth dealing with. Ratings are still in the toilet and now the racism scandal makes it even less appealing to viewers.  "Many have vowed not to watch without Sharon on the...
    Loading the player... It seems like the drama at The Talk is raging on. According to Page Six, co-host Elaine Welteroth has issued a complaint about racial insensitivity on set. As theGrio previously reported, last week the CBS daytime talk show The Talk became its own hot topic as co-host Sharon Osbourne was asked about her tweets defending Piers Morgan, who was under fire for relentless racist and misogynistic attacks against the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle. While Osbourne said her tweet was her simply “defending a friend,” her co-hosts Sheryl Underwood and Welteroth calms tried to explain the implications of her post. In a now-viral video, Osbourne lost her temper against her co-hosts, directing most of her frustration at Underwood. Insisting her co-hosts should “educate” her on what is racist, Osbourne of course was called out by fans after the clip made its way online. PASADENA, CALIFORNIA – FEBRUARY 22: Elaine Welteroth attends the 51st NAACP Image Awards, Presented by BET, at Pasadena Civic Auditorium on February 22, 2020 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Leon Bennett/Getty Images...
    Sharon Osborne got into an emotional debate with her “The Talk” co-hosts Wednesday, defending her friend Piers Morgan — and herself — after he accused Meghan Markle of exaggerating claims of racism in the British royal family. “Did I like everything [Morgan] said? Did I agree with what he said? No, because it’s his opinion. It’s not my opinion. But why is it that because I supported a long-time friend and work colleague of mine for years that everybody goes, if you support him, then you must be racist because he’s racist?” said Osbourne, 68. The tense and tearful exchange between Osbourne and her co-hosts came after she tweeted Tuesday that she stands by Morgan, who left “Good Morning Britain” amid criticism that he had attacked Markle in the wake of her interview with Oprah Winfrey Sunday. Morgan accused Markle of exaggerating claims of racism in the royal family and said he didn’t believe that she’d been discouraged from seeking mental health treatment while she was suicidal. “@piersmorgan I am with you. I stand by you. People forget that you’re paid...
    THE Talk co-host Eve broke down crying while saying goodbye to the show on Friday. During the 42-year-old artist’s farewell episode, fellow hosts Sharon Osbourne and Sheryl Underwood told her how much they love her and how much they’ve enjoyed working with her, bringing her to tears. 9Eve broke down in tears during her farewell episode of The Talk on FridayCredit: CBS Sheryl opened up the show by telling viewers that Friday’s episode was one she’d “hoped we could’ve put off for years,” as it was Eve’s final day on The Talk. She added that co-host Carrie Ann Inaba would’ve been there to see Eve off, as well, but she’s still recovering from coronavirus. Instead, Sharon, 68, was first up in giving the farewells. “Eve, you’re not just our co-host, you are so much more,” the British TV personality said. “You’re a thoughtful, kind, funny, stylish girlfriend who has our respect and trust and our admiration.” 9Co-host Sharon Osbourne shared a bunch of sweet sentiments while saying goodbye to her colleagueCredit: CBS 9Sheryl Underwood told Eve she's been like a...
    CBS daytime talk show The Talk is switching up their host lineup for 2021.  On Tuesday it was announced that Project Runway judge and journalist Elaine Welteroth, 33, and wife of the late Nick Cordero, Amanda Kloots, 38, would be joining the panel in replace of hosts Eve and Marie Osmond. Both having sustained guest co-host roles in previous weeks, the ladies are now joining the show full time after the show carefully vetted the contenders for the 11th season of the Emmy-winning show.  New hosts: Amanda Kloots, 38, and Elaine Welteroth, 33, are joining The Talk in 2021 as the duo replace hosts Eve and Marie Osmond who announced their departure this fall, marking a mid-season transition The Talk announced the news on their Instagram page as they wrote, 'Congratulations! We are so thrilled and excited to welcome you to The Talk family.' Kloots and Welteroth will join fellow hosts Sheryl Underwood, Sharon Osbourne, and Carrie Ann Inaba starting January 4.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Kristin Cavallari's rumored beau Jeff Dye leaves a...
    Two new hosts will join "The Talk" in January and they are both familiar faces on the CBS talk show. Amanda Kloots and Elaine Welteroth will join season 11 of the show, alongside hosts Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood and Carrie Ann Inaba. Both Kloots and Welteroth have been guest co-hosts on the Emmy-winning show this year. The women will replace co-hosts Marie Osmond and Eve. Kloots, a former Broadway dancer who lost her husband, Nick Cordero, to COVID-19 earlier this year, said she is "thrilled and honored" to join "The Talk."  Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox "From the very first time I guest co-hosted on THE TALK, I knew I was among a very special group of people," she said in a statement. "I look forward to starting off the new year with honest and thought-provoking discussions, mixed with plenty of fun and laughter too." Kloots chronicled her husband's battle with COVID-19 on Instagram earlier this year, giving fans a glimpse into the harrowing journey. Cordero, a Tony Award-nominated actor died in July. Kloots continued to use...
    SHERYL Underwood shocked her The Talk co-hosts after she revealed that she began her successful entertainment career as an exotic dancer.  The 56-year-old television personality dropped the surprise confession to stunned cast mates Carrie Ann Inaba, Eve and Sharon Osbourne on Tuesday’s episode of her CBS daytime series. 12Sheryl candidly confessed to being an 'erotic dancer' at the start of her careerCredit: The Talk CBS 12Co-host Carrie Ann was stunned and questioned how she 'did not know' thisCredit: The Talk CBS 12Eve threw her hands in the air appearing shocked by the announcement Credit: The Talk CBS 12Sharon seemed to be the least surprise at Sheryl's confession Credit: The Talk CBS The group of women were chatting about women empowerment in their professions - and specifically how it feels “different” receiving a compliment from a female versus a male.  Carrie Ann, 52, who has famously spent most of her life as a professional dancer, admitted she typically would get “sexual” comments about her appearance from men - where as women would make a note about her talent.  Sheryl then shared...
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