Sheryl Underwood finally spoke after Sharon Osborne left “The Talk” last month.
News of Osborne’s departure comes weeks after a fierce exchange between Osborne and Underwood, in which Osborn expressed his support for Piers Morgan after he left. “Good Morning Britain” because opinions differ about Meghan Markle after the Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry told. Oprah Winfrey.
In addition, intense discussions led to internal investigations and gaps from the broadcast before Osborne ultimately stepped out of the show.
Now, on the April 3rd episode of her podcast “Sheryl Underwood Radio,”; Underwood opened up about the moment.
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“Sometimes in life something happens and you go on. ‘Gosh, if I were to …’ There’s nothing I can have, ‘I just will have’ – this will happen out of control, ”said 57-year-old Underwood. Know what you know “
Since Osborne left the show on March 26, Underwood revealed the two had not spoken, and when asked if Osborne contacted her directly to apologize, Underwood quickly replied, “No. Before scrolling through her previous phone history to double-check.
Osborn, however, was unhappy with Underwood’s claims that she did not apologize and shared the alleged evidence to the Daily Mail in the form of screenshots that the conversation had actually disappeared.
“I’m not just sending these messages to Sheryl. But I apologize to you in person in your dressing room, ”Osborne told the outlet on Tuesday. “Why are you saying I never apologize to Cheryl? What are you trying to do to me?”
Osbourne continued: “Why are you trying to damage my reputation? Be honest, tell me.”
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In an alleged conversation between hostile fights, Osborne wrote in a message dated March 12 – two days after the airborne broadcast – that her heart was “heavy” and that she “deeply regretted the incident. Happened on a Wednesday “
“I don’t want to lose a true friend any more,” continues Osborne. “I’m sorry to tell you to quit f during the break. I’m sorry to accuse you of fake crying while we were on air, and I’m sorry for causing me to lose my temper with you.”
It was reported that Osborne continued to write that she “I was shocked, afraid and saddened by what happened [she] It felt like a blind attack. “
“You know me, you know I always have your back,” pleaded Osborne. “We can beat everyone in this tournament and that’s because we are a team and always have our backs.”
Osborne accused her of writing that Underwood was “a true friend” before handing out an olive branch to a funny woman. “Talk on the phone on the weekend” if Underwood wants to “Here I am, I apologize once again from the bottom of my heart.”
Osbourne further accused Underwood: “Is there anything you want from me or can I help you heal? Always love and respect – Sharon”.
According to the Daily Mail, the message was unanswered for three days before Osborne sent a follow-up message dated March 15 at 1:45 p.m.
“Hi Sheryl, I know you are using the space and I don’t want to disrespect it,” wrote Osbourne, implied, “I just reached out because I wanted you. [to] Know i’m missing you If you’re welcome, can we talk before Wednesday? Big kiss “
Three more expected days have passed before Osborne pushed another message on March 18 at 4:32 PM: “Cheryl, I miss you, hope you are well, send love. My “
During Underwood’s three-part podcast “Sharon Walks Away,” the comedian said that when the 68-year-old Osborne joined the popular daytime talk show in 2011, Underwood used to It “heard things” about reality stars in the past – but insisted that instead of being She chose to get to know Osborne and the two became. “Fast Friends”
“I automatically fell in love with you because I liked you and I heard things and I thought. ‘They have nothing to do with me.’ Mine is, I’ll get to know you first, ”Underwood said.
Added actress: “I’ve heard things and I’ve got calls about this and that and what I say to those people. ‘Thanks for the information’ because listen, in this business you have all kinds of personalities, right? “
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Despite a lot of publicity, Underwood said she still “loved” the Osborne family. “From what I know them”
Underwood said she did not believe Osborne was a racist and was “disappointed” with the way he played.
“I knew nothing but what I had experienced with them and what happened this disappointed me.”
“And maybe someone doesn’t want to hear me say, ‘I still love Osbournes.’ I’m not saying I enjoy being treated the way I am treated. She added. “I’m very disappointed and I’m just trying to explore my feelings about that because it’s traumatic.”
On March 26, it was revealed that the former reality star. “Decided to leave” the long daytime talk show, according to a CBS statement and obtained by Fox News at the time.
“The events of the March 10 broadcast had displeased everyone involved, including the audience watching at home,” a CBS statement said.
It continues: “In our investigation, we concluded that Sharon’s behavior towards her co-host during March 10 was inconsistent with our values for a place of honor. In addition, we have not found any evidence that CBS management held discussions or Blindfolded by one of the hosts “
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In a Fox News statement Tuesday, Osborne representatives said: “Sharon stood by her speech.”
Representatives for Underwood did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.