Sharon On Kelly’s Quit Claims, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Asian Emojis on The Talk VIDEOS

TV Rewind: Mrs. O on Kelly’s Threat to Quit ‘Fashion Police’ Over Zendaya Controversy; Wendi McLendon-Covey & Tyler Oakley + More – THE TALK (2/25)

Kelly Osbourne - "Beside Still Waters" - Los Angeles Premiere - Arrivals  - Laemmle Music Hall Theatre - Beverly Hills, CA, USA  Photo is copyright by Jonathan  Shensa / PR Photos
Kelly Osbourne – “Beside Still Waters” – Los Angeles Premiere – Arrivals – Laemmle Music Hall Theatre – Beverly Hills, CA, USA Photo is copyright by Jonathan Shensa / PR Photos

Sharon Osbourne on Kelly Threatening to Quit ‘Fashion Police’ Over Giuliana’s Zendaya Dreadlock Comments

Sharon Osbourne responds to daughter Kelly threatening to quit “Fashion Police” over co-host Giuliana Rancic dissing Zendaya for her dreadlocks at the Oscars. Sharon Osbourne says, Sharon Osbourne says “I think that her apology was very sincere…We all make mistakes on TV. I put my foot in my mouth so many times. She fessed up…She owned it…I shouldn’t talk for Kelly. She’s a 30-year-old woman, but at the time that the show was aired, people were saying that it was Kelly and Giuliana. So Kelly was getting a lot of hate tweets and it was badly reported on social media…she just said, ‘Hey, it’s not me, don’t pull me into this.’ Zendaya is a friend of Kelly’s and she would never condone that. We all make mistakes. She’s learned from hers. Maybe now I’ll learn from mine.”

Wendi McLendon-Covey on ‘The Goldbergs’ ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ Tribute

The hilarious & talented actress from one of TV’s funniest shows sits down with the ladies to talk about paying homage to “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.”

Kelly Clarkson Not Worried About Image

Kelly Clarkson admits she was wearing “Uggs and a sweatshirt with no bra” during her marriage proposal and says she often goes in public wearing leggings and no makeup. How casual will you go when leaving the house? The hosts and YouTube star Tyler Oakley discuss and share their own pre-show looks.


Julie Chen on Asian Emoji Controversy

A computer company made controversial new emojis in bright yellow and some Asians are calling it offensive. Julie Chen says, “As the Asian representative here, you can’t look at all 6 different shades and tell me that the yellow one is not supposed to represent my people…When you look at that yellow…it is offensive. It’s so unappealing. It looks jaundice. It looks sick.”

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