In describing her relationship with Sharon, she known as her a “quick good friend” previous to the controversy, saying, “You are speaking about 10 years sitting subsequent to somebody… I’d get recommendation from her. She’d been within the enterprise a very long time… And keep in mind after I mentioned, ‘I have no idea you to be a racist. I do know you doing the work and being on the journey.'”
Sheryl later revealed, “I nonetheless love the Osbournes, from what I’ve recognized of them.”
As she put it, “I do not know something aside from what I’ve skilled with them, and this factor that has occurred is disappointing to me. And possibly individuals do not wish to hear me say, ‘I nonetheless love the Osbournes.'”
However, she clarified, “I am not saying I preferred being handled the best way I used to be handled… I am very disenchanted. And I am making an attempt to navigate my emotions about that, ‘trigger it was a trauma. Keep in mind, I mentioned I am PTSD, in shock, in slow-motion.”
Nonetheless, she appeared to approve of how The Discuss staff addressed the controversy.
“I used to be pleasantly stunned at how this was dealt with. And that this was solution-driven. And that this was healing-driving,” she mentioned. “I used to be pleasantly stunned to get right down to the underside of issues, in order that we may right issues.”
The Odd Couple alum went on, “That is why I felt so open to have the ability to say, ‘What’s it that you just want from me?’ And to have the ability to come again to work Thursday. We taped two exhibits on Thursday,” seemingly referring to March 11.
Sheryl gave additional perception into the ambiance on set after the March 10 incident by explaining her temper when she got here again to work: “Whereas there was a bit little bit of apprehension… I used to be nonetheless telling myself, ‘Sheryl, this isn’t as hurtful as you thought. It nonetheless hurts however it looks like they’re making an attempt to get right down to the underside of one thing.’ It did not appear to be as odd as I felt.”
The Discuss returns April 12.