The fiery red-headed fighter, Sharon Osborne, is not done with the whole "The Talk" situation just yet. The outspoken former 68-year-old co-host of the popular daytime show is speaking out for the first time since being dismissed by CBS.

Osbourne, the wife of rocker Ozzy Osbourne, appeared on "Real Time with Bill Maher" to air her side of the story and share her thoughts after colliding with co-host Sheryl Underwood live on the air.

In March, Osbourne and co-host Sheryl Underwood engaged in a heated on-air discussion over comments made by Osbourne's friend Piers Morgan.

Piers Morgan walked off the set of "Good Morning Britain" after coming under fire for his comments about Meghan Markel, Duchess of Sussex.

Osbourne defended Morgan on "The Talk" which led to the argument between Osbourne and Underwood in which Osbourne demanded that Sheryl Underwood explain to her how Piers Morgan's comments were racist.

After an investigation by CBS, Osbourne was dismissed by CBS and collected a huge sum of money in the process.

Sharon Osbourne told Maher she's been called many things in her life, but she will not be called a racist.

I'm angry, I'm hurt. I've been called so many things in my life but a racist is one thing I will not take.-Sharon Osbourne on Real Time with Bill Maher

The ladies of "The Talk", according to Osbourne, are "disgruntled". She went on to say that she is not racist or homophobic and never uses words that would validate someone calling her such.

I don't even use those words. They aren't in my vocabulary.-Sharon Osbourne on Real Time with Bill Maher

 

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