Sharon Osbourne Receives Support From Former Co-Hosts From ‘The Talk’ After Cat Went Missing

by Emily Morgan

Tensions are still running high with Sharon Osbourne and her former co-hosts from “The Talk,” but she remains cordial with a few of her colleagues.

When the news broke that Osbourne’s cat, Momo, went missing, some of her former co-hosts reached out with their support. Osbourne published an Instagram post on Friday that revealed that her black cat had been missing for three days. She even offered up a reward and asked that anyone with any information reach out to her.

After posting, Carrie Ann Inaba and Amanda Kloots quickly posted in the comments section, publicly sharing their support for the British TV personality.

“Do not give up,” Inaba told Osbourne. “My moms cat was hiding from her for months.. and she was nearby… we eventually found her. Leave out food and water…. and call out to her on evening walks.” She followed that up with a second comment: “Sending you so much love…. I’m so sorry…keep the faith.”

Kloots later voice her support as well. She wrote, “Oh! I have a friend near the area too I will alert her! So sorry Mrs!!”

Thankfully, Osbourne was reunited with her feline friend that same day. After MoMo came home, Osbourne took to her social media platform to share the good news. Again, both ladies slid into the comments to share their joy for Osbourne.

“Omg YAY!!!! So happy for you!” wrote Kloots, while Inaba commented, “That’s great news!!!!”

Sharon Osbourne Receives Support Amid ‘The Talk’ Controversy

Despite the happy news, Osbourne’s unamicable departure from “The Talk” still lingers in the news. Since Mar 12, Osbourne has been off the show after the network pulled it off the air for a brief hiatus. The show recently returned to the airwaves, but Osbourne is no longer a part of the cast.

During the break in filming, the network launched an internal investigation, following a heated argument between Osbourne and Sheryl Underwood. Underwood took issue with Osbourne defending Piers Morgan, who heavily criticized Meghan Markle for her remarks during her exclusive interview with Oprah Winfrey.

The on-air debate on Mar 3 did nothing but make matters worse. Underwood implied that Morgan’s attacks on Markle were inherently racist, to which Osbourne defended him. Moreso, Osbourne did not understand why he would be deemed a racist and asked her co-stars if they considered her racist for supporting him.

In the wake of Osbourne’s departure, some of her former colleagues have alleged that Osbourne displayed a pattern of racists and homophobic behavior while on the show. Osbourne has fervently denied.