Sharon Osbourne is not only the wife of famed rock star Ozzy Osbourne. She is also the former co-host of a program called “The Talk”, from which she was ridiculously fired after she bravely stood up for Piers Morgan. As a result of her protestations on his behalf, she was accused of “racism” and given the boot.
And now she’s learned the correct lesson from that, or at least appears to have: she has nothing but disdain for those that injured her in the past. Particularly, she had some very funny comments about CNN’s Don Lemon and the very, very, very far-left Joy Behar, a co-host of “The View”.
And so she aired that dirty laundry during a recent appearance on Fox News Channel, openig up a can of “whoop a**” all over both of those characters and skewering the two personalities. That came when she did an interview for her new Fox News docuseries called “Sharon Osbourne: To Hell and Back”.
Bizpac has this to report about what Don Lemon did to Sharon Osbourne and what she said about him:
He covered the controversy which eventually led to Osbourne’s termination, claiming he was “enraged” by her telling fellow co-host Sheryl Underwood not to cry during a conversation that got intense. Instead of asking Osbourne for a quote or an explanation, Lemon brought on Jemele Hill and the duo proceeded to lambast her on race.
“He turned against me. He never called for a quote. He never called for his statement, and he turned against me. And I was a big fan of his,” Osbourne explained.
“He used to do the New Year’s Eve show, and he would get drunk and he’d be in clubs, and I thought he was a hoot. I really did. But, I just thought, ‘How ignorant of you not to ask the other side,’ because that’s your job. That’s what you’re meant to do. So, I thought, ‘I’m not watching you on New Year’s Eve again.’”
But that wasn’t all. She also tore into Joy Behar with a vengeance, as BizPacReview reported as well, saying:
“I met [Joy] once at a social function and she picked up my hand and looked at my wedding ring and said, ‘Oh, my God that’s gaudy.’
“I wanted to say, ‘Jealous,’ but I didn’t, I held it back. I just think that she’s a bit cray-cray.”
And, sounding off on cancel culture generally, Osbourne said:
“I was this lamb that was slaughtered that morning and CBS denied responsibility on the news.”
Joy Behar is, despite the bad publicity from Osbourne and others, doing relatively well for herself. Lemon, for his part, is not; he just got demoted by CNN and moved from prime-time TV to daytime TV, something that’s made him a major target of mockery, scorn, and derision on the internet, particularly from those of the sort that he put down for so long in his rambling, uninteresting show on CNN. Oh, and that show is doing horribly.
By: Gen Z Conservative
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