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Sharon Osbourne Celebrates Earth Day With Glorious Video of Dogs at the Beach

by Quentin Blount
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In honor of Earth Day, actress and activist Sharon Osbourne took to social media on Thursday afternoon to share a video of a group of dogs playing at the beach.

As it always does, Earth Day falls on April 22, and is an opportunity for everyone to reflect on how we can best help our beautiful planet. The annual celebration was founded 51 years ago when thousands of people across the nation came together to speak out against pollution. And in 1990, Earth Day hit the global scale when more than 200 million people in 141 countries spoke out against global environmental issues.

Sharon Osbourne is one of the people speaking up for nature and making positive change for our environment. It is no doubt a good look for the former daytime talk-show host. Osbourne has recently been in some hot water thanks to controversial comments she made back in a March episode of The Talk.

But on Thursday, the wife of heavy metal legend Ozzy Osbourne got back to her roots. As a tribute to Earth Day 2021, she posted a video of a bunch of happy dogs frolicking on the beach. All the while, a rainbow sits in the background as the perfect backdrop for such a video. It is without a doubt one of the most glorious things you will see all day.

“Be Kind To Her #EarthDay2021,” Osbourne captioned the video.

Sharon Osbourne Speaks Out Following Her Exit from ‘The Talk’

Despite no longer being a daytime talk-show host, Sharon Osbourne has still been active on social media. In addition, she recently made a her first public television appearance to explain exactly what happened and why she wound up leaving The Talk.

Osbourne recently appeared on Real Time with Bill Maher to share her side of the story. She began on The Talk as one of the show’s original cast members. And after having been in her position for more than ten years, she abruptly left the show after she ignited a debate about racism versus freedom of speech with fellow host Sheryl Underwood. Ever since, Osbourne has been the target of some pretty heavy criticism.

However, Osbourne told her side of things last week to Bill Maher. During the interview she says that she is upset over the way things turned out.

“It’s so many different things. I’m angry. I’m hurt,” Osbourne admitted. “I’ve been called so many things in my life, I am so used to being called names. But racist is one I will not take…disagreeing with someone does not make you a racist.”