Sharon Osbourne is developing her own talk show behind “The Talk’s” back

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We’ve heard all sorts of stories about problems on that ensemble women’s talk show, The Talk. Since none of us watch it or particularly care about any of the people involved, we’ve just pointed and laughed. This is another story about nonsense with that show although the gossip gets better. The Talk is run by Julie Chen, who is said to be a bossy bitch and to have caused co-hosts Holly Robinson Peete and Leah Remini to leave after the first season. (Side note: There were rumors that Kate Gosselin might be joining them, but I just read that Molly Shannon is a new co-host this next season and we’ve already heard that Kris Jenner is a fill-in host.)

Sharon Osbourne and her Madame face are still on that mess since she’s contractually obligated or something, although she’s “taking a break” soon. But she’s scheming to produce another talk show behind Julie Chen’s back (or not so much, after this report) and it will include her fired former co-hosts Lean Remini and Holly Robinson Peete! This is some priceless gossip.

“The Talk” co-host Sharon Osbourne is secretly plotting to develop her own gabfest behind Julie Chen’s back!

The Enquirer has learned that Sharon has been holding hush-hush meetings with former co-hosts and close pals Holly Robinson Peete and Leah Remini, who were dumped from “The Talk” after one season following skirmishes with Julie.

“Sharon wants to put together a daily talk show with Leah and Holly at the helm,” divulged an insider. “It’s no secret that Sharon doesn’t want to work with Julie, but since she’s contractually bound to co-host ‘The Talk,’ she’ll only produce this new project.

“You can bet Julie won’t be happy when she hears what Sharon’s planning!…

“Sharon hopes CBS will let her out of her contract early so she and Holly and Leah can all be on TV together again.”

[From The National Enquirer, print edition, September 26, 2011]

I won’t watch either of these shows unless Joel McHale is on and takes off his shirt, but this is so awesome. I doubt that Sharon’s show will be a fraction as interesting as the news of this professional bitch fight, but still I wish her enough success to stick it to Julie. I don’t particularly like Sharon, (or Leah or Holly) but this story gave me a lot of joy this morning.

Remember that lousy talk show that Sharon Osbourne had in the early 2000s? She had a shabby chic set and was always propped up on pillows and cuddling her little dogs. Sometimes Ozzy would come on via satellite and you couldn’t understand a word that dude mumbled. It got canceled after a year and was really boring. So I doubt Sharon can helm her own show again, even with backup. Still, this will piss off her boss immensely.

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  1. Dorothy#1 says:

    I loved the Talk last year. I thought Leah was so funny and I really liked Holly and Sharon too! So I hope this is true!!! I watched it one with Molly Shannon and it was not funny. S I am tuning into Anderson now!!

  2. angi says:

    she had one and she failed next

  3. brin says:

    The only one I like in all this is Holly. She said that she didn’t know why she was let go but has been in the business long enough to know that you don’t always get a reason. Very classy woman.

  4. lucy2 says:

    I totally don’t get the appeal of this woman, and why Hollywood keeps handing her all these opportunities.

  5. JPX says:

    Who finds Sharon Osbourne appealing on any level? She’s a shrill, vapid nothing. If you’re watching The Talk you probably didn’t finish high school.

  6. Dominique says:

    LOL. I remember Sharon’s talk show from years ago. The set was modeled to look like her living room on ‘The Osbournes, with creators hoping to pull in at least a fraction of that show’s success. We know how that went.

  7. jover says:

    Why, she’s needs to get a real hobby or interest.

  8. Tuppiv says:

    I seriously doubt this is true. It sounds like one of The Talk’s deranged ex-fans gave this story to the Enquirer.
    Last week when I would get super bored, I’d go to the Talk’s facebook page because there were so many CRAZY catladies coming out of the woodwork to attack Julie Chen. I don’t know if it’s still going on. Whoever runs the page was deleting all the posts after they’d go over 100 or so comments.

  9. BeckyR says:

    I think Sharon has had more exposure and the public has seen her outrageous, outspoken side and she could carry a talk show now. First one not so hot. Also, I LOVE Anderson Cooper’s new show. He is a great host. Oprah who???

  10. crazycatlady says:

    Sorry to burst your bubble, Celebitchy, but Julie Chen is merely another hired host on this show. It is actually the brainchild of SARA GILBERT, who produces it with two other co-executive producers.

  11. anne_000 says:

    IMO, Sharon is more entertaining when she’s playing off somebody else & reacting to it instead of trying to come up with something all on her own for a whole hour or half-hour.

  12. Kelly says:

    Sharon Osbourne is one repulsive woman, I really hope she doesn’t get another talk show

  13. pfinchum says:

    I think that Sharon O has gotten enough knowledge to put a new talk show together. Many people have failed the 1st time around and then became successful after another try. Sharon has her moments but she is really a neat person.Infact i actually didn’t care for her before The Talk Show .I now love her sillinesss and also when she is on Que she is on. So stop bashing her and put on a happy face.