THE Talk will feature a diversity expert as a guest on the first show after Sharon Osbourne’s exit.
The 68-year-old recently left the talk show due to “racism accusations” made against her.
A diversity expert will appear on the first episode of The Talk after Sharon Osbourne’s exitCredit: YouTube
She left The Talk following ‘racism accusations’ in MarchCredit: Getty
During the upcoming episode, diversity, equity, inclusion and justice expert Donald E. Grant and nationally acclaimed trauma therapist and life coach Anita Phillips will sit down the hosts.
According to The Wrap, Donald will be “offering advice on how to have these difficult conversations.”
Meanwhile, Anita “will share her expertise on how to heal after a painful event or conversation.”
The diversity expert Donald E. Grant, will have a serious conversation with the hostsCredit: Linkedin/Donald E Grant
The guests will sit down with the remaining hosts, including Sheryl UnderwoodCredit: CBS
Carrie Ann Inaba will continue to co-host the showCredit: Instagram
Elaine Welteroth will also talk to the guests about diversityCredit: Getty
Amanda Kloots joined the show in December 2020Credit: The Talk
Amanda Kloots, Elaine Welteroth, Carrie Ann Inaba and Sheryl Underwood will continue to co-host the talk show following Sharon’s exit.
The longtime co-host left the program after an on-air battle occurred when Sheryl made it clear she did not agree with Sharon after she defended Piers Morgan.
The controversy began with Sheryl defended Piers Morgan’s comments about Meghan MarkleCredit: Twitter
The co-hosts exchanged furious words before Sharon was left in tears during the heated segment.
Following the intense argument, many fans deemed Sharon’s actions as racist as she defended Piers’ insensitive comments about Meghan.
Sharon left the show following her intense fight with SherylCredit: YouTube
The co-hosts got into an intense argument on airCredit: YouTube
Leah, 50, accused Sharon of referring to ex cohost Julie Chen as a “wonton” and “slanty eyes” on a regular basis.
Despite her exit, the network is not currently looking to replace Sharon’s empty chair at this moment.
CBS announced Sharon’s exit in late March, sharing in a statement: “Sharon Osbourne has decided to leave The Talk.
The network is not yet looking for Sharon’s replacementCredit: Instagram @sharonosbourne
“The events of the March 10 broadcast were upsetting to everyone involved, including the audience watching at home.
“As part of our review, we concluded that Sharon’s behavior toward her co-hosts during the March 10 episode did not align with our values for a respectful workplace.
“We also did not find any evidence that CBS executives orchestrated the discussion or blindsided any of the hosts.”
Sharon appeared on the show for 11 seasonsCredit: Getty