Sharon Osbourne left "The Talk" in March over complaints about an alleged "racially insensitive and hostile environment" on the CBS show's set.
Sharon Osbourne told "Real Time with Bill Maher" she chalked her departure from the CBS daytime show "The Talk" up to cancel culture.
Sharon Osbourne left CBS's daytime show "The Talk" after an on-air argument with her co-host Sheryl Underwood.
Sharon Osbourne had previously shared images of text messages she said she sent to Underwood apologizing for their on-air argument.
The texts are dated March 12, 15, and 18 and show Osbourne apologizing for their heated exchange on "The Talk," which Osbourne has now left.
Sharon Osbourne left "The Talk" after a heated on-air exchange with co-host Sheryl Underwood when she defended Piers Morgan over Meghan Markle.
CBS said its internal investigation concluded that Obsourne's "behavior" did not align with its "values for a respectful workplace."
Osbourne has been criticized for her comments towards her cohost Sheryl Underwood when she broke down in defence of Piers Morgan.
"The Talk" co-host Sheryl Underwood detailed the fallout of her heated exchange with Sharon Osbourne on her podcast.
CBS was already conducting an internal investigation over a recently contentious episode of Osbourne's daytime show "The Talk."
Osbourne rejected her cohost Sheryl Underwood's comment that the Duchess of Sussex "brought Blackness to the royal family."
A source told Page Six that "The Talk" is in "full self-destruct mode" after Sharon Osbourne and Sheryl Underwood's exchange about racism.
Piers Morgan left ITV's "Good Morning Britain" after his comments about Meghan Markle sparked widespread criticism.
A source told E News the incident was "a triggering moment" that was "difficult for many of the staff to watch."
Sharon Osbourne defended her "friend" Piers Morgan's comments about Meghan Markle against her "The Talk" co-host.
Sharon Osbourne apologized to people of color after her appearance on "The Talk" in which she broke down crying while defending Piers Morgan.
Osbourne said she'd never heard Piers Morgan say anything racist and told Sheryl Underwood not to cry because "if anyone should cry, it should be me."