Sharon Osbourne ‘gives her first televised interview after leaving The Talk after race row’

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Sharon Osbourne is reportedly told all about her departure from The Talk amid that explosive race, as she sits down for a televised interview with American TV host Bill Maher, 65.

The 68-year-old sensationally quit the chat show in March after an on-air clash with fellow presenter Sheryl Underwood, 57, after defending boyfriend Piers Morgan’s comments about Meghan Markle’s suicide claim.

And amid the fallout from the events that made The Talk last a month, Sharon will reportedly tell her side of the story when she guest stars on HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher on Friday.

Her side: Sharon Osbourne is reportedly told all about her departure from The Talk amid that explosive race, as she sits down for a televised interview with American TV host Bill Maher

Her side: Sharon Osbourne is reportedly told all about her departure from The Talk amid that explosive race, as she sits down for a televised interview with American TV host Bill Maher

The US TV show tweeted the lineup on Thursday, with rocker Ozzy Osbourne’s wife at the top, alongside fellow guests Rosa Brooks and Ian Bremmer.

The interview will be Sharon’s first chat on television since he bows from The Talk after 11 seasons.

MailOnline has contacted representatives for Sharon for comment.

Chat: Amid the fallout from the events that made The Talk last a month, Sharon will reportedly tell her side of the story when she appears as a guest on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher on Friday.

Chat: Amid the fallout from the events that made The Talk last a month, Sharon will reportedly tell her side of the story when she appears as a guest on HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher on Friday.

It comes after Sharon recently revealed that she hasn’t seen The Talk on its return this week after leaving the show following her explosive on-air clash with co-star Sheryl.

British TV personality Sharon recently left the program following the feud with Underwood on March 10, and although the show returned to the screen this week after being removed from the schedules while a review of the incident was underway, Sharon was not one of the viewers. .

Sources told TMZ that Sharon was “ otherwise engaged ” when the show returned on Monday and that she hasn’t spoken to Sheryl since their audience argued more than three weeks ago, although it’s unclear if she’ll get back to her in the near future.

Drama: The 68-year-old sensationally quit the chat show in March after an on-air clash with fellow presenter Sheryl Underwood, 57, after defending boyfriend Piers Morgan's comments about Meghan Markle's suicide claim

Drama: The 68-year-old sensationally quit the chat show in March after an on-air clash with fellow presenter Sheryl Underwood, 57, after defending boyfriend Piers Morgan’s comments about Meghan Markle’s suicide claim

Official: The US TV show tweeted its lineup Thursday, with rocker Ozzy Osbourne's wife at the top, along with fellow guests Rosa Brooks and Ian Bremmer

Official: The US TV show tweeted its lineup Thursday, with rocker Ozzy Osbourne’s wife at the top, along with fellow guests Rosa Brooks and Ian Bremmer

When asked on the show on Monday if she would stay friends with Sharon, Sheryl said she would wait to see how the former X Factor judge had behaved towards her.

She said, “People have asked me,” Well, if you saw Sharon, what would you do? ” If she greeted me warmly and sincerely I would return the same to her as we’ve been on this show for 10 years.

‘I want people to understand when you are friends with someone you remain friends with. And what did Maya Angelou say? When people show you who they are, believe them. ‘

Ahead: Sharon revealed she hadn't seen The Talk this week on his return after leaving the show over allegations of racism

Ahead: Sharon revealed she hadn’t seen The Talk this week on his return after leaving the show over allegations of racism

Yikes: Sharon left the program after her explosive on-air feud with co-host Sheryl Underwood on March 10, and though the show came back on screen this week after being removed from the schedules while the incident was being reviewed. Sharon has not been among the viewers

Yikes: Sharon left the program after her explosive on-air feud with co-host Sheryl Underwood on March 10, and though the show came back on screen this week after being removed from the schedules while the incident was being reviewed. Sharon has not been among the viewers

The two women had argued over Sharon’s decision to defend her boyfriend Piers Morgan against allegations of racism in the aftermath of his departure from the British TV show Good Morning Britain, which stemmed from his criticism of the Duchess of Sussex and her telling interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Following the fallout, Sharon’s former co-stars Julie Chen and Leah Rimini came out publicly to complain that Osbourne once referred to Chen as ‘a wonton’ and Rimini as ‘ghetto’.

Sheryl Underwood tearfully claimed she was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following her heated on-air clash with Sharon Osbourne, when The Talk returned to TV screens after a nearly month-long hiatus on Monday.

In the past: The two women had argued over Sharon's decision to defend her boyfriend Piers Morgan from allegations of racism in the wake of his departure from Good Morning Britain, which stemmed from his criticism of the Duchess of Sussex and her telling interview with Oprah Winfrey (seen February 2020)

In the past: The two women had argued over Sharon’s decision to defend her boyfriend Piers Morgan from allegations of racism in the wake of his departure from Good Morning Britain, which stemmed from his criticism of the Duchess of Sussex and her telling interview with Oprah Winfrey (seen February 2020)

“ I feel like I’m in PTSD because it was trauma, and I feel like I want to get past this, ” Underwood said, holding back tears as he covered the drama that saw Osbourne quit CBS show after speaking for her. friend Piers Morgan.

Osbourne defended Morgan, 56, saying he did not believe Meghan Markle was suicidal during her Oprah Winfrey interview – which sparked a very heated argument between herself and Underwood.

When The Talk returned on Monday, Sheryl and her co-hosts Carrie Ann Inaba, Elaine Welteroth and Amanda Kloots promised to “ discuss honestly ” what happened on March 10.

Struggles: `` I feel like I'm in PTSD because it was trauma, '' Underwood said, holding back tears as he covered the drama that saw Osbourne quit the CBS show after speaking out for her boyfriend Piers Morgan

Struggles: “ I feel like I’m in PTSD because it was trauma, ” Underwood said, holding back tears as he covered the drama that saw Osbourne quit the CBS show after speaking out for her boyfriend Piers Morgan

Back: When The Talk returned on Monday, Sheryl and her co-hosts Carrie Ann Inaba, Elaine Welteroth and Amanda Kloots promised to 'honestly discuss' what happened on March 10

Back: When The Talk returned on Monday, Sheryl and her co-hosts Carrie Ann Inaba, Elaine Welteroth and Amanda Kloots promised to “ honestly discuss ” what happened on March 10

The show also featured Donald E. Grant, an expert on diversity, equality, inclusion, and justice, and Anita Phillips, a trauma therapist and life coach, who was there to help the women show others how they ‘feel on their own’. can feel comfort ‘when they have’ difficult ‘. conversations. ‘

Sheryl said, “We need to process the events of that day and what happened afterward so we can get to the healing. For the next hour we will honestly discuss what happened and explore some of our feelings, as well as show you how someone can feel more comfortable discussing important issues and having difficult conversations.

She added, “And by the end of the hour, we want everyone to feel stronger and ready to move on.”

Talk About It: The show also featured Donald E. Grant, an expert on diversity, equality, inclusion, and justice, and Anita Phillips, a trauma therapist and life coach, who was there to help the women show others how they feel 'at ease'.  in 'difficult conversations'

Talk About It: The show also featured Donald E. Grant, an expert on diversity, equality, inclusion, and justice, and Anita Phillips, a trauma therapist and life coach, who was there to help the women show others how they feel ‘at ease’. in ‘difficult conversations’