Sharon Osbourne was previously a panelist on CBS talk show The Talk but was terminated after her controversial comments
Sharon Osbourne announced she has joined TalkTV to prepare for her own primetime show.
The 69-year-old was previously a cast member on CBS’s The Talk but was terminated after her controversial comments.
She defended Piers Morgan’s negative comments about Meghan Markle last March, which led to a heated exchange with co-host Sheryl Underwood.
A clip of her comments about the Duchess of Sussex’s skin color also resurfaced that same month.
And now, a year later, it has been confirmed that the star will host a new one-hour weekly program on current affairs, called The Talk.
Announcing the news today, Sharon told fans: “I am delighted to be working with News UK, the executive team and my good friend Piers.
“Check out this space for some interesting and heated debates from all of us.”
The host will discuss all the issues of the day, including politics, crime, health, and even entertainment.
The Talk will be broadcast in the UK on TalkTV, the same channel Piers has joined, later this spring.
Sharon’s return to television comes after her tense clash with former co-host Sheryl.
She was accused of racism and the talk show was briefly halted as it investigated the incident.
CBS confirmed the departure of the former X Factor judge in a statement, with them also saying they would be ‘taking a hiatus’
CBS announced: “Sharon Osbourne has decided to leave The Talk.
“The events that aired on March 10 have upset everyone involved, including viewers watching at home.
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“As part of our review, we have concluded that Sharon’s behavior towards her co-hosts during the March 10 episode was inconsistent with our values. about a respectful workplace.
“We also did not find any evidence that CBS executives orchestrated the discussion or blinded any of the presenters,” it added.
“At the same time, we acknowledge that the network and studio team, as well as the people who run the show, are responsible for what happened during that broadcast.
“It was clear that the co-hosts were not well prepared for a complex and sensitive discussion regarding race.
“During this week’s hiatus, we are coordinating workshops, listening sessions and training on equity, inclusion and cultural awareness for presenters, producers and crew. .
“In the future, we are identifying plans to strengthen the production team and production process to better serve our presenters, producers, and ultimately, viewers.”
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