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Sheryl Underwood: What she’s said about Sharon Osbourne dispute




Osbourne and Underwood got into a heated debate about Osbourne’s support for his lifelong friend, Piers Morgan. Morgan has been accused of racism in his comments about Prince Harry and Meghan’s interview with Oprah Winfrey.

In her podcast, Underwood thanked everyone for their support and explained that she was moderating the day she and Osbourne clashed because regular moderator Carrie Ann Inaba was ill.

For this reason, Underwood said he wanted to be calm and focused to do his job properly.

He reminded his podcast audience that he said to Osbourne, who felt visibly emotional during the exchange, “Forgive me.”

“When I can get‘ Forgive me out of my mouth, ’it means you’re ready for healing,” Underwood said. “I said, ‘I’m so sorry, I’m sorry, I never wanted to hurt you.’

She said that from her co-workers she could say expressions after the exchange “that there was some anxiety,” but she was more focused on a date with a dentist she had right after the show, on the things she had to do. and in the desire to take a nap.

“She was almost calm,” he said.

Underwood said she was hurt and disappointed, but determined to “manage it” and do her job. And while the next day he was hesitant about how the show would go, “I kept saying, Sheryl, this is entertainment, this is television, this is daytime television.”

“You want to keep this program on the air for another ten years, because you think it has legs,” he said. “And people go through shows all the time.”

He said he was at peace with what happened.

“I slept well because I didn’t do anything to anyone. I didn’t do anything,” Underwood said. “And he was a good friend. No matter what came to me, he was a good friend.”

Underwood said Osbourne then asked if they could talk and they did, but did not disclose what was said.