Osbourne will be speaking for the very first time due to the fact her spectacular exit in Friday’s episode of “Genuine Time with Monthly bill Maher” on HBO.
Osbourne’s departure arrived two weeks immediately after an on-air confrontation with just one of her co-hosts, Sheryl Underwood, in excess of Osbourne’s support for Piers Morgan, a longtime friend, immediately after his negative remarks about Meghan Markle.
Morgan subsequently left his job on ITV’s “Great Early morning Britain.”
Osbourne apologized on Twitter for acquiring “defensive” and mentioned that she “felt blindsided.” But shortly immediately after, in an article by Yashar Ali, a variety of unnamed resources accused Osbourne of applying racist and homophobic language in the past when speaking about her colleagues. Previous “Chat” co-host Leah Remini, spoke on the record in the piece.
CNN did not independently confirm the claims, but a spokesperson for Remini verified the accuracy of her statements. Osbourne’s spokesperson Howard Bragman disputed the allegations.