Sharon Osbourne might have let her mouth write a check her behind couldn't cash. On a recent installment of The Arsenio Hall Show featuring the cast of The Talk, the outspoken Brit said all of The View's co-hosts, save for Barbara Walters, could go "f*ck themselves". Snort. Giggle.
This week on her own chatfest, Osbourne issued a mea culpa. Take a little time to enjoy the crow-eating after the jump! READ MORE
The Talk's Sharon Osbourne isn't shy about sharing how she really feels about the competition. The former reality TV matriarch appeared on The Arsenio Hall Show, along with her co-hosts Julie Chen, Aisha Tyler, Sheryl Underwood, and Sara Gilbert.
Hall asked the ladies what made their show different from ABC's The View. While Chen began stating their show doesn't delve into the world of politics, Osbourne jumped in and stated:
Let's cut to the f**king chase! Barbara [Walters] idolize her, divine. She is super human, I love Barbara Walters. The rest can go f**k themselves!"
Watch Mrs. O let it all hang out after the jump!
Daytime favorite Marie Osmond dropped by The Talk and chatted about getting a breast reduction in her 20s, because during The Sound of Music people kept saying to her "the hills were alive." She then shared how she didn't understand why women would want bigger boobs, because of the back pain it caused. Watch the clip after the jump!
The characters on ABC's primetime hit Once Upon a Time aren't the only ones with Peter Pan on the brain this TV season. The women of The Talk and special guest Michael Weatherly (NCIS) dressed up as characters from Lost Boys mythology for Halloween. Check out a few more sneak peek pics and a video from today's episode of the CBS Daytime chatfest after the jump! READ MORE
CBS Daytime's The Talk continues to provide moments you just never thought you'd witness on television. During a recent visit to promote their smash hit VH1 biopic, CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story, Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins and Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas taught Julie Chen, Aisha Tyler and guest hosts how to do their signature dance from "Waterfalls". Watch the shaking and baking after the jump! READ MORE
CBS' gabfest The Talk continues its steady climb towards The View's ratings on ABC. According to The Wrap, The View's ratings have held up with the addition ofJenny McCarthy with "only minor dips in total viewership and the women 25-54 demographic." It slipped from a 1.3 last season to a 1.2 demo rating, and from 3.239 million average viewers to 3.023 eyeballs so far this season.
Meanwhile, The Talk has matched The View's 1.2 demo ratings. It is up 23 percent in total viewers over the same time period last season.
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