The former host of The Talk will be joining a new network in England, where she'll be able to share her opinion. The network revealed Osbourne will be a panelist on the show about current events, and it's called The Talk — just like her old CBS chat show.
The announcement was made in a new promo posted to Twitter for the upcoming show, captioned: "Things are set to get even more opinionated on Talk TV... @piersmorgan | @MrsSOsbourne | #TheTalk."
News of her TV return comes one year after the reality star was fired from her old gig at the daytime panel show following a heated segment on Morgan's previous remarks about Meghan Markle. After defending her pal, Osbourne found herself in the center of scandal, leading to the talk show being put on a hiatus followed by her ultimate firing.
As OK! previously reported, Osbourne declared she "would never go back to that show ever because CBS sucks big time d**k," the Brit bluntly stated when asked if she would make a return if offered to do so.
"Listen, it happened, I don't care," Osbourne maintained when asked if she thought being axed from the show was fair. "I honestly don't care. It's not like I need it."
And while she may now be over the scandal, The Osbournes star did not keep quiet right after her firing. The star previously called out the head of CBS Daytime, Amy Reisenbach, as well as show runners Heather Gray and Kristin Matthews for not backing her amid the racism allegations that led to her exit from the beloved talk show.
“I think that the show runners were doing what Amy had told them to do. Weak, weak women, that didn’t have a backbone to turn around and say, ‘This is suicidal. We can’t do this,'” Osbourne told Megyn Kelly last year.
"And to let it go after the break, so it was 20 minutes on national TV of bashing me. Twenty minutes … They just — it blindsided me," she pointed out of the incident.