As reported extensively, the 68-year-old fell foul of favor after rising to the defense of her friend Piers Morgan during a debate about racism centered on words the news anchor had made about Meghan Markle.
Osbourne’s fiery candor shocked her co-hosts and viewers alike. Notable was her remarks to Underwood, who she demanded not to cry because she was the one who should be upset.
The star chose to leave on the same day.
Speaking on her podcast, 57-year-old Underwood addressed the incident and its aftermath.
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Underwood revealed that she has not spoken since the taping of the episode and that Osbourne has allegedly yet to apologize.
About said apology, she added:
“People say ‘would you want a public apology?’ and my feeling is that we’ve gone beyond certain things. Because just because you ask for forgiveness and don’t get it, don’t make you superior and now you can go to anger and disappointment.”
Still, she says her issue is less personal and more one rooted in disappointment:
“I still love the Osbournes, from what I’ve known of them,’ she told listeners. ‘I don’t know anything other than what I’ve experienced with them, and this thing that has happened is disappointing to me.”
Here’s the the match that lit the flame:
Sharon Osbourne’s Meltdown pic.twitter.com/HydPVLlrzY
— gregarious (@mistergeezy) March 11, 2021