Sheryl Underwood is finally speaking up about Sharon Osbourne's exit from The Talk.
After the two got involved in a heated argument during the March 10 episode of the show, Osbourne decided to walk out of the show forever.
Underwood and Osbourne were discussing the explosive Meghan Markle tell-all during the episode when the 68-year-old defended her friend Piers Morgan who at the time, was receiving severe backlash for generating controversies around the Duchess of Sussex.
The argument turned into a quarrel when Osbourne told Underwood to 'educate' herself and asked her not to cry during the episode.
Now in her three-partpodcast titled "Sharon Walks Away," Underwood is touching on the details of her heated exchange of words with Osbourne.
Underwood revealed that she has not talked to her co-host ever since nor has Osbourne contacted her seeking an apology.
"In my gut, I thought this was going to go left," she recalled. "And so I wanted to put it in its proper order, be very calm, but there were a few people that criticized me on that — 'Why do you give any f---- about somebody's feelings? They give no f---- about yours.' It's not about the reaction of the person, it's about me and who I'm trying to evolve and mature to be."