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Sharon Osbourne is out at “The Talk” after alleged racist comments about co-hosts

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In this photo taken Sept. 5, 2008, Sharon Osbourne arrives for the Stand Up to Cancer benefit at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

Sharon Osbourne is out as co-host on the daytime talk show “The Talk” because her “talk” did not reflect the values of the show or network.

On Friday the CBS network said Osbourne will no longer appear on the daytime talk show “The Talk” after a intense discussion about racism earlier this month.

Osbourne has decided to leave the show following a review that found her behavior toward her co-hosts not aligned with the views of the CBS network.

Sharon has an opportunity to learn from this experience and to grow and become more aware of how important it is for us all to respect each other. Even if we have different views, I strongly believe we can all find a respectful common ground with each other.

Since her controversial conversation with Underwood, Osbourne has been accused of additional instances of racism, homophobia and bullying on the set of The Talk, all of which she has denied.

Her replacement has not been announced.