Sharon Osbourne Calls 'The Discussion' Quarrel Over Wharfs Morgan the 'Greatest Arrangement Ever

 Osbourne prevents Leah Remini's allegation from getting utilizing bigoted language: "Individuals who are given up en route get annoyed" 

Sharon Osbourne said her new battle with Sheryl Underwood and Elaine Welteroth on "The Discussion" was "the greatest set up ever." She told "ET" on Tuesday that "The Discussion" showrunners disclosed to her CBS heads had co-has catch unaware her with extreme inquiries concerning safeguarding Docks Morgan in the wake of unpleasant remarks he made about Meghan Markle. 

As Osbourne told "ET's" Kevin Frazier, she showed up after the expected time to "The Discussion" studio last Wednesday. At the point when she caught one of the showrunners, the lady asked her, "Hello, would you like to clear up the Wharfs thing once more?" To which Osbourne says she answered, "On the off chance that you need me to, I will." 

Osbourne at that point says with eight minutes to showtime, the showrunner revealed to her that "Perhaps one of [the co-hosts] disagrees" with you. In any case, Osbourne says what unfurled on television was substantially more than that, and accepts the inquiries posed were composed for Underwood and Welteroth on their list cards, however were not all alone. 

Osbourne says she was not prepared for that line of addressing, which abused a settlement the co-has made a year ago. 

"Furthermore, I'm similar to, 'I've been set up,'" she reviewed to Frazier. "Furthermore, I went like, how could all of you do this to me! I'm your symbol of atonement." 

Osbourne disclosed to Frazier Underwood would not converse with her during the following business break when she requested a clarification. Osbourne says she's secretly apologized to Underwood for remarks she made from that point onward, however Underwood has not reacted to her. 

Osbourne says she's not frantic at Underwood or Welteroth, but rather is "so irate" at CBS, where she's worked at for a very long time. 

"I believe that CBS was so appalled with Wharfs for the things he was saying. Since recollect, Harry and Meghan–it's a CBS talk with," she said. "I had agreed with Docks, things being what they are, it's the drop culture right? 'Blame everything on her.'" 

Wharfs Morgan said he didn't "accept a word [Markle] said" in Oprah Winfrey's CBS meeting of her and Sovereign Harry. A few pundits trust Morgan's words where racially roused (Markle, whose mother is dark, is biracial). Osbourne protected her companion Morgan and said she has never realized that he will generally be bigoted