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Sharon Osbourne Skewers “Jealous” Joy Behar as “A Bit Cray-Cray”

It’s a battle of the daytime talk show redheads. Sharon Osbourne, who spent 11 years as a co-host on The Talk before her shocking firing in 2021, is recalling the first time she met Joy Behar — and she did not have kind words for The View host.

“I met [Joy] once at a social function and she picked up my hand and looked at my wedding ring and said, ‘Oh, my God that’s gaudy,’” she remembered, per Fox News Digital.

She claimed that founder of The View Barbara Walters was present when Behar made the rude comment and said something to her.

“I wanted to say, ‘Jealous,’ but I didn’t, I held it back,” Osbourne said. “I just think that she’s a bit cray-cray.”

Despite The Talk being considered a knock-off of The View, Osbourne said she watched the ABC talk show every day in her dressing room, pointing out that she enjoyed watching Whoopi Goldberg and “loves” Sara Haines.

Osbourne even gave her input on what she would be like on The View, adding that she was never approached to join the panel before Alyssa Farah Griffin and Ana Navarro were hired full-time last summer.

“Can you imagine me on The View?” she asked. “I’d be like, ‘You shut up, you shut up,’” but in regard to ratings admitted, “I wish we had their numbers.”

The wife of rock legend Ozzy Osbourne recently had a four-part docuseries premiere on Fox Nation called Sharon Osbourne: To Hell and Back. A big topic the show covers is her exit from The Talk that came as a result of her defense of Piers Morgan’s comments on Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey, which many people deemed racist.

However, she assures that “cancel culture” isn’t the only topic that’s covered in the series.

“People think that this documentary is just about cancel culture. It’s of course, there is that in there. But it’s also about my life and how I started off in the industry, and my father was in the industry and I kind of feel I’ve lived about three lives. So it’s interesting for people who don’t know much about me,” Osbourne said, per Fox News Digital.

Sharon Osbourne: To Hell and Back is currently streaming on Fox Nation.

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