Sharon Osbourne disses 'The View' on 'The Arsenio Hall Show'
Sharon Osbourne is known for being a spicy, tell-it-like-it-is female.
Sharon Osbourne disses ‘The View’ on ‘The Arsenio Hall Show’
Sharon Osbourne is known for being a spicy, tell-it-like-it-is female. On a recent appearance with her fellow The Talk hosts on The Arsenio Hall Show, Sharon couldn’t keep her mouth shut when the group was asked how their daytime talk show differed from The View.
The Talk’s Julie Chen replied to question, “We do not discuss politics. We do not debate. You know I always say, The View has changed over the years as the players have changed.” But, before you knew it, Osbourne was chugging her red solo cup and tossing it into the air with fury. She exclaimed, “Let’s cut to the chase! Let’s stop being polite!” She went on to declare, after a roar of applause from Hall’s audience, “The situation is Barbara [Walters] – idolize her, divine. She’s superhuman. I love Barbara Walters. The rest can go f**k themselves.”
The Talk first premiered in 2010 while The View debuted in 1997. The two daytime shows have been battling out for some time, and over the years have both had their share of cast member changes – The View most recently saw longtime members Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Joy Behar say their goodbyes. Can’t we all just get along ladies?