Morgan quit her job on ITV’s “Good Morning Britain” following allegations of racism regarding negative comments made after the interview of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with Oprah Winfrey.
Osbourne sought current examples of Underwood when Morgan was racist; Was visually disturbed during the exchange; And warns Underwood against crying, saying that if anyone should cry, it must be Osbourne.
Osbourne later posted a tweet apologizing, in which she said “panicked,” felt “and then became” defensive “during the conversation.
Following this episode, CBS announced that there would be an internal review and the show went on a production break.
Soon after, an article surfaced in which former “Talk” co-host Leah Remini and several anonymous sources accused Osborne of racist and homophobic language about her colleagues.
CNN did not independently verify the claims, but a spokeswoman for Remini confirmed the accuracy of her statements and declined to comment further.
Underwood said he had “heard things” before he started working on the show, but said “you’ve got all kinds of personalities in this business.”
On March 26, CBS announced that Osbourne would leave the show.
Underwood said he has not spoken with Osbourne since their discussion.
A spokesman for Osbourne issued “no comment” when contacted by CNN.
“The Talk” will return without Osbourne on April 12.