As reported by OK!, Sharon officially parted ways with the show in March 2021. The saga began when she butted heads with her cohosts while defending Piers Morgan's freedom of speech after he said he did not believe a word Meghan Markle told Oprah Winfrey during the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's bombshell interview last year. Sharon then got into a heated argument with Sheryl Underwood on-air.
She issued a statement apologizing for her behavior during an episode and said she "panicked, felt blindsided, got defensive & allowed my fear & horror of being accused of being racist take over." After the episode, the show was put on hiatus when a number of allegations emerged against the 69-year-old.
TMZ caught up with Sharon and her husband, Ozzy Osbourne, at Erewhon market in Los Angeles, Calif., on Thursday, February 25. The TV personality was asked whether she thinks she should be offered her job back given that Whoopi Goldberg was suspended from The View for two weeks after saying the Holocaust was "not about race." Goldberg has since returned to the talk show.
The Osbournes alum said she does not think she should be offered her job back, nor does she seem to want it back either. "I would never go back to that show ever because CBS sucks big time d**k," she declared to the outlet.
"Listen, it happened, I don't care," she 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," she added. However, it seems Sharon isn't completely done with the entertainment industry, as she stressed to the publication she was not retiring just yet.
As for how her husband has been doing, Ozzy announced in 2020 that he has Parkinson's disease. Sharon revealed he will be going back on tour at some point. She told the outlet the Black Sabbath frontman has been doing "good."