Sharon Osbourne Shares Apology She Sent to Sheryl Underwood — & Slams Her For Lying

In an episode of The Talk, back in March, Sharon Osbourne took it upon herself to publicly support her friend Piers Morgan amid his exit from Good Morning Britain when he said he didn’t believe Meghan Markle was actually suicidal or that she had experienced racial abuse during her time as a royal member. When her now-former co-host Sheryl Underwood tearfully attempted to educate Osbourne on why Morgan’s comments were inherently racist, Osbourne snapped at her co-host for crying and said that if anyone should cry, it should be her. Osbourne soon after received tremendous backlash for her comments and it was subsequently reported by CBS that Osbourne would be leaving the show after a history of the host’s own racial slurs came to light. Underwood has since shared that she and Osbourne have not spoken and that Osbourne has yet to apologize, but Osbourne isn’t going down without a fight — and she’s dug up their texts to refute Underwood’s claims.

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