The 57-year-old TV presenter said "I personally can't think of anything worse than having to be on these things, but there comes a time in every man's life when he has to succumb to the ultimate pressure."
Osbourne said it's "very important" to her to have returned to television.
The former reality star talks racism accusations, Will Smith and why PC culture is "no way to live."
Sharon Osbourne left her role on 'The Talk' after she publicly defended Piers Morgan's comments about Meghan Markle.
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.