The host who used to have her ass kissed now wishes she could fire them all

After years of kissing her ass in fear of losing their jobs, this group of hosts finally feels emboldened. The host who used to have her ass kissed now wishes she could fire them all for their remarks. Too late.

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After years of kissing her ass in fear of losing their jobs, this group of hosts finally feels emboldened.

The host who used to have her ass kissed now wishes she could fire them all for their remarks.

Too late.

Julie Chen

Husband: Les Moonves

The Talk

‘The Talk’ Co-Hosts Support Gayle King’s Call for Transparency in Moonves Investigation

“The Talk” co-hosts have asked their parent company, CBS, to be transparent and release the results of the investigation into former CEO and chairman, Leslie Moonves.

“Secrecy causes more questions,” Sheryl Underwood said on the Sept. 10 episode, after Osbourne recapped the news that CBS was not going to release results, despite new allegations of sexual harassment and assault surfacing.

Adding that “we need to get to solutions” and ensure this never happens again, Underwood said “transparency brings clarity.” Eve took the message about transparency a bit further, saying that it “helps the fear to go away.”

“There should be no more fear of telling your story, so transparency is needed,” she explained.

This discussion came hours after Gayle King initially called for transparency on “CBS This Morning.”

Osbourne agreed, especially because not revealing the findings sends a message that “every other person who’s a powerful CEO of a public company can do the same thing if it happens again.”

“How are women ever going to feel comfortable in the workplace if they still think that power and money will be held over their heads?” Osbourne pointed out. – Source