Simon Cowell's company involves lawyers after Gabrielle Union 'AGT' firing

Sharon Osbourne and Simon Cowell

Stern, who served as an America's Got Talent judge from 2012-2015 called out Cowell's behavior, deeming it sexist.

"AGT", she hopes to "work with NBC to help improve the culture surrounding the show and studio." data-reactid="37" type="text" A source told Entertainment Tonight that although Union is "done with AGT", she hopes to "work with NBC to help improve the culture surrounding the show and studio". "THANK YOU! Just when you feel lost, adrift, alone. you got me up off the ground". "I was able to, again, express my unfiltered truth".

She also tweeted a link to a Time's Up petition defending Gabrielle, with the title "Stand with Gabrielle Union and Demand Accountability from NBC".

It's believed that Gabrielle is but to focus on directly with the TV network referring to the racial discrimination she says she skilled on the goal to. The show's failure to renew her contract is, therefore, looked upon by Sag-Afrta, which represents actors and performers. Obviously, there wasn't anybody of color on the panel when I was there. She's also making an appearance during the network's annual "Christmas in Rockefeller Center". Everybody, except the network.

She added, "And so that's all I really have to say about that". The premise was for celebrities to go up against each other in military training exercises. But, after doctors diagnosed Jack with multiple sclerosis, NBC fired him two days before he scheduled to start the program.

"I just can't be fake", Osbourne said at the time."It's discrimination, and it was badly handled".

While Cowell still has to weigh personally, someone is Sharon Osbourne.

The source claims that Cowell has "a long track record of firing mostly women for his own personal reasons or for feeling like they are too old". Osbourne says every time it comes on there are "different little girls" like Demi Lovato and Britney Spears.

"AGT switches out female judges for "hotter chicks and younger chicks." data-reactid="33" type="text" "He sets it up that the men stay, no matter how ugly they are, no matter how old they are, no matter how fat they are, no matter how talentless they are", Stern continued, later claiming it's "obvious" that AGT switches out female judges for "hotter chicks and younger chicks". "But she could never go back, even if they did a [180] and asked her to for another season - no". She set the example that she had to fly commercial while they flew in private.

After Carrie Ann Inaba read NBC's statement on the controversy, Sharon Osbourne said, "Stick together you guys".

Osbourne followed that up by declaring on-air of the CBS show, "NBC can kiss my ass".



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