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REPORT: Sharon Osbourne Leaves ‘The Talk’ with up to $10 Million Dollar Payout

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Last Friday, CBS made the exit of Sharon Osbourne from The Talk official.  Now according to a report in Page Six of the New York Post, it appears that Osbourne and her lawyers orchestrated a substantial deal for her following and amid accusations of racist behavior.

Sources told Page Six that Sharon is to receive a $5-10 million dollar payout to leave the show, and that she was able to spin the statement (released to the press last week) that it was her decision to exit the talk show series that she had been a part of it since its premiere. 11 years ago.

Another source revealed that as part of her walking away from the show, Osbourne was able to have the ability to speak freely.  That source shared that Sharon, “still wants to give her side of the story. She has been on that show for 11 years and knows all the secrets.”

Osbourne had been at the epicenter of a firestorm that kept getting fuel added to it, after defending remarks made by her friend, Piers Morgan over the Meghan Markle interview with Oprah Winfrey, on the March 10th episode of The Talk.

In an interview with the Daily Mail, Osbourne addressed some of her alleged racist remarks, including one made to former ‘Talk’ co-host, Julie Chen.  When the outlet asked if she had ever called Chen a wonton, Sharon retaliated: ‘It’s all crap. It’s all crap. I don’t want to go there with her. She makes her living out of outing people. So, it’s like come on.  It’s got no real foundation. Allegations of calling a Chinese lady a wonton, it’s like – is that all you’ve got? It’s like really?’

So, what do you think of Osbourne’s potential pay day? Comment below.

 

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She sure got a big payoff for her walk of shame, obviously trying to play it like it was her idea to leave when in reality they just wanted her gone at any cost. Personally, I feel as if she has been blackballed due to her big mouth, racist or otherwise. I would never watch any show she’s on.

Harry
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No bad deed goes unrewarded, Violet. I never liked her.
And I’m sick of people shrilling “cancel culture” when sometimes it’s really a case of people being held accountable for their actions.

Joel
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Good for her. The way CBS orchestrated her co-stars to drill her with questions without any heads up was dirty. She is lucky to get away from that sinking ship of a show.

Satan
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Satan

So she gets to say a bunch of stupid racist shit and gets paid $10 million for it? Geezus, that’s a bigger scam than when she erased Bob Daisley & Lee Kerslake from Ozzy’s first two records so she wouldn’t have to pay them royalties on the CD remasters.

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Sharon Osbourne is not worth than $10,000–
Aas for the others hens the same none worth more than $10,000.
bwa! it’s nothing but a bunch of women clucking away offering nothing of worth.

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If a man were to say the things you have written here, he would be called a “misogynist.” I may otherwise agree with your basic opinion of Sharon Osbourne, but throwing in misogyny and ageism to make your point is unwarranted.

Su000
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lol I’m female and I say it as I see it ..
it’s simply equal ..
male or female I have no holdback. 🙂

Michael Teale
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Michael Teale

ARE. YOU. JOKING. ME?!?!

Up to $10M to walk away from The Talk and spin it to her own advantage? What a crock of shit!

Steve
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Steve

I’d say to look for her to make a tell all special appearance on The View, but I doubt Whoopi (or Joy) could stomach that.

Violet Lemm
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Steve
Times are hard and we know it’s only a matter of time before we see her on some nighttime talk show, telling her “tearful side”

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Ingo Rademacher Speaks Out On His Dismissal From GH Sharing: “I Was Hoping to Play Jax For Another 10 or 25 Years and Unfortunately, That’s Not Going to Happen”

For the first time since he was fired for not adhering to General Hospital’s and Disney/ABC’s Covid-19 vaccine mandate, Ingo Rademacher (Ex-Jax), addressed his exit from the soap opera via an “official video” message on his Instagram account.

Ingo expressed: “I’m sorry that I didn’t put out this video earlier, but this is about thanking you guys, the fans of the show and also the GH crew and cast. I was on the show for 25 years. They were like my family a lot of the people there. I was hoping to play Jax for another 10 or 25 years and unfortunately, that’s not going to happen. I want to thank you guys for sticking with Jax for 25 years and I’m sorry that I’m not there anymore to play Jax, which is still something that I am trying to process  … it’s just kind of crazy.”

Rademacher also took aim at his former co-star, Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis) for announcing on Twitter that he was no longer on the show, before he had a chance to do so, which he says was a huge disappointment to him given that they worked together for 25 years.

He went on to say how he appreciated all the positive comments from the fans adding, “A lot of you come on there to say that you’re vaccinated but stand for medical freedom, I love hearing that, because I believe it should be a choice.”  Ingo continued to express his view, “I don’t agree with vaccine mandates or corporations ever being able to mandate a vaccine to keep your job.”

The actor closed with another nod to the viewers of GH adding, “Thank you so much for supporting me for 25 years. I will have more news later on, but for now, just wanted to thank all of you amazing fans. Thank you.”

You can watch Rademacher’s full statement via his IG post below.  Then, let us know what you thought of Ingo’s long-awaited exit message in the comment section.

 

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Another loss for the soap world and its extended family.  Arlene Dahl, who had a notable career in film and television, and who appeared on both One Life to Live and All My Children, has passed away at the age of 96.

Her son, former Falcon Crest and The Bold and the Beautiful star, Lorenzo Lamas (Ex-Lance and Ex-Hector, respectively), shared the news via his Facebook page: “Mom passed away this morning in New York. She was the most positive influence on my life. I will remember her laughter, her joy, her dignity as she navigated the challenges that she faced. Never an ill word about anyone crossed her lips. Her ability to forgive left me speechless at times. She truly was a force of nature and as we got closer in my adult life, I leaned on her more and more as my life counselor and the person I knew that lived and loved to the fullest. My sympathies go to her loving husband @marcrosennyc who, for the last 37 years, made her life so wonderful and joyous. Love you mom forever ♥️ #ArleneDahl #Moviestar #legend #mom #RIP”

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Dahl came on to One life to Live as Lucinda Schenk Wilson, the selfish and manipulative mother of Mimi King played by Kristin Meadows.  Arlene made appearances on the ABC soap starting in 1981 and eventually was offered a one-year contract that took her through till 1984. A decade later, Dahl came on to play Lady Lucille on All My Children for a short time.

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On One Life to Live, Arlene mixed it up with Phillip Carey’s Asa Buchanan and Jeremy Slate’s Chuck Wilson.  Dahl is also well-known as one of the regular panelists on the game show, What’s My Line?

While still working in TV and films, Arlene branched out into beauty and cosmetics, eventually becoming an executive and beauty columnist.

Throughout her life, Arlene was married six times.  She had been married to Marc Rosen since 1984 and they remained together till her death.  She is survived by her son Lorenzo, two other children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.

Watch Arlene with Phillip Carey in scenes from OLTL below.

Then share your condolences to Arlene’s family, and share your remembrances, via the comment section.

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As the World Turns and Guiding Light Favorite, Lisa Brown, Passes Away at 67

(UPDATED) In just more heartbreaking news in the soap world in 2021, we have lost another beloved performer.  Lisa Brown, who was so noteworthy for her spunky and emotional turns as Guiding Light’s Nola Reardon from 1980-1985, and later as Iva Snyder on As the World Turns from 1986-1994, has died.

Brown passed away this week on November 24th at the age of 67 following a brief illness.  The news came via the As the World Turns Facebook Fan Group and Soap Opera Digest.

This comes just two months later following the death of her former on-screen love interest Michael Tylo (Ex-Quinton, Guiding Light), who passed away in late September.

Those that followed Lisa’s career know she also starred in the Broadway Musical 42nd Street, while still playing Nola each and every day on Guiding Light.

She is survived by her children: James “Buddy” Nielsen, and daughter Victoria from her first husband Tom Nielsen (Ex-Floyd, GL) in addition to her two grandchildren, Penelope Ruiz-Nielsen and Brayden Hopf, and her second husband Brian Neary.

 

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Brown’s on-screen ATWT daughter, Martha Byrne  (Ex-Lily) simply tweeted, “My heart is broken.”

On Friday, Lisa’s son, Buddy Nielsen, posted a touching tribute to his mother, where he revealed that she passed away due to cancer.

Buddy shared: “My Mom passed away the day before Thanksgiving after a very quick battle with cancer. This all happened really fast and wasn’t expecting it. I’ve been MIA as I’ve been back and forth between LA and NJ as she has been in and out of the hospital the last couple weeks. This dream we live, we are all subject to the suffering, aging and death. It’s not to be morose but to understand that we have finite time and must take care with what we do and how we do it. To be able to be with someone at their last breath is truly beautiful. We must not fear death as without it we would never be born and experience the 10,000 joys and 10,000 sorrows. Our existence is both small and vast all at the same time. We are tiny but immense. I know she is here but no longer in her physical form, what we do in love we leave in death. My beautiful daughter and unborn son are her legacy.”

Share your condolences to Lisa’s family, and let us know of your remembrances of this wonderful actress who gave us so many memorable moments throughout her career via the comment section below. But first, watch Lisa in some of her classic scenes from ATWT and GL.

 

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