Osbourne infamously left "The Talk" after defending Morgan on-air.
He defended his manager and the mother of his three children, calling her the "most unracist person I've ever met."
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.
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.
The 'This Morning' presenter discusses her experience of racial prejudice alongside Emeli Sande and Little Mix's Leigh-Anne Pinnock on 'The Talk'.
Sharon Osbourne has revealed she woke up in “a facility” last year after her “brain shut down” following mental trauma. The 63-year-old star took emergency leave from her chat show The View in May 2015 and has now opened up about a family intervention and needing intense therapy.
Sharon’s comments come just hours after Ozzy confidently told GMA that the couple’s relationship was “back on track” following their latest bust-up. “Some days it’s good, some day it’s terrible, some days you just drift apart for a while,” he explained.
Sharon Osbourne has quite literally kick started awards season by booting a stage invader off at the People’s Choice Awards in LA.