This topic, as well as other ups and downs she has endured while in the spotlight as a TV host, reality star and manager, is the subject of Fox Nation’s documentary series. Sharon Osbourne: To Hell & Back Debuts on Monday.Osbourne tells Yahoo Entertainment the truth about being cut from Emmy-winning CBS daytime talk show after 11 seasons in the racism controversyand she will probably never work in the US again after deeming it “canceled”. return to their native England.
“I was thinking to myself: It’s over,” she recalls in March 2021. firing“I’ve worked in this industry for over 50 years and it’s over. This is it. Am I going to go out as a racist? I thought it was very heartbreaking.”
Repeating her side of the story in a four-part document — about Protect your friend Piers Morgan After he accused Meghan Markle of faking allegations of racism From within the British royal family — osbornes Alum is her most outspoken.She bombarded those who said she had wronged her, literally held out her finger to CBS, reminded them that the network was imperfect, and in explicit terms ex-CEO Les Moonves (and her Husband’s ex-husband of the story co-host Julie Chen) sex crime scandalShe tells us all that remains is her truth of losing her job and credibility when an internal CBS investigation identified her. Behavior did not match ‘ [company] value. ”
“Let’s be honest about this. They’ve ruined my trust in America,” she says. “Would For real truth. It’s like this: I have nothing to fear. Their claims were false, twisted and distorted. ”
Osbourne, who said he hadn’t repented enough for the network, went on to say, “We weren’t doing business with the company that runs the religious show. The network is spotless.” [don’t want] Anything that rocks the boat…”
Asked if she’d considered suing CBS, she said, “Sure you could. But would you want to waste a few years of your life on them? No, I don’t want to.” for what?”She also mocks when she reports leave the network with a payoutShe said “Nothing… See you later”.It was like a movie when people let go [and] I take out a box full of luggage. That was it. ”
The boat was rocked when Osbourne endorsed Morgan and Markle suggested singing with her Infamous Oprah Winfrey interviewAn interview with Prince Markle and Prince Harry also aired on CBS. invest a lot of money in itThe next day, Osbourne’s co-hosts Cheryl Underwood and Elaine Werthaloth accused the show of unintentional racism while on air, with Osbourne claiming it by the show’s producers and CBS executives. put themWertaros and her hairstylist, who later left the show, later filed a complaint alleging a “racially insensitive and hostile environment” on set, leading to the show being suspended so that CBS could conduct an internal investigation. Meanwhile, Leah Remini, Osbourne’s co-host in season 1, claimed Osbourne used derogatory language towards co-host Sara Gilbert, who is lesbian, and Chen, who is of Chinese descent. she claimed she wasn’t racist Denied the use of slander against Chen.
Osborne invited Underwood and Wertheroth to appear in her document, but they declined.She’s clearly hurt by what she sees as Underwood’s betrayal, and considered her a close friend as they worked side by side for ten seasons. explains, and Underwood talks about visiting Osborne in the UK and calling himself “Black Osborne” in a 2018 podcast interview with the Osborne family. she missed Osborne, Osborne tells us he never wears makeup with her.
“Never. No. Never,” she replies. “Why? Why me? I’ve worked with someone for years, sat by her, traveled the world with her, laughed with her, cried with her. No, she’s a friend.” because it is not.”
For the record, Osbourne remains friends with former co-host Carrie Ann Inaba, who defends her in the docs, and Amanda Klotz, who remains on the show with Underwood. 3 new co-hosts“Mrs. O” is also friends with Gilbert, whom she often talks to, and says the comments she made about her were not malicious.
“The problem was saying the comments on air to Sarah,” she says. “That’s how stupid they are. That’s how stupid it is. That’s something between Sarah and me.”
She was asked if she had spoken to Remini, who brought the allegations to the surface. I never have talk to her “
The document was produced by Osborne’s son, Jack’s production company. Not only him, but Ozzy, his daughter Kelly, and Osbourne’s friends have spoken out about how deeply the racism allegations had hurt her. says she’s still “fragile” from it.
Osborne says she’s haunted that her family has been dragged into all that “absolute madness”. , the trolls extended to her family.
“It didn’t hurt me. I know what I am,” she says. “But when they started attacking my kids and my husband, it was like- It’s ridiculous now. Now this is absolute madness. And it made me really, really angry.”
Even her pets have received death threats, she says. “Are they going to slit their throats? That’s you idiots. You idiots out there. But these idiots can affect you. Unfortunately, that’s the world we live in.” ”
This whole experience is partly behind her and Ozzy’s recent announcement that they will be returning to the UK from LA, where they have been home base for 30 years. he is quotedSchool shootings and massacresShe also says she doesn’t feel safe, but the UK is also a place where work is in full swing. the story fall out.Earlier this year, Osborne Join Morgan’s UK TalkTV Showwhich is confusingly also named The story. She and Ozzy will also produce a reality show for the BBC. Roost hometown, of their return to the English countryside where they had a home. It’s also where Osborn wants to grow old with the Prince of Darkness.
“I mean, look, [England is] It’s where I was born,” she says. I have always been proud to be British. I have never been one of those with a Mid-Atlantic accent since I went to America.And it works that way for us now [to return].”
“I’m working on it, too. ozzy movieit’s out through Sony Pictures, and there’s a lot I’m doing,” she said, referring to Ozzy’s first number.#1 on Billboard’s Top Albums chart this week. “And you can do it from anywhere. You don’t have to be in LA.”
Besides, “I don’t think anyone will bring me back to America,” Osborne said a year and a half later. “I don’t think they will.”
A four-part documentary series, Sharon Osbourne: To Hell and Back It premieres Monday at Fox Nation.