Sharon Osbourne Says She’s Writing A Book About ‘Getting Old’ In Hollywood

After recently returning to “The Talk” following back surgery for a pinched nerve, Sharon Osbourne says she plans to open up about her experience in a new book.

ET Canada’s Erin Cebula joined the 64-year-old daytime talk show host and her co-hosts on set of “The Talk”, where the ladies discussed some hot topics, including Osbourne’s multiple health scares, Sara Gilbert’s return to “Roseanne” and Sheryl Underwood’s experience with the dreaded Hollywood blacklist.

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Speaking with Osbourne, who battled colon cancer and underwent a double mastectomy just last year, the former reality television star reveals that she intends to share her health experiences with fans. “I’m actually writing a book right now about what it’s like to get old in this industry,” she says.

As Osbourne begins to lay it all out, her co-host Gilbert is set to return to viewers in the “Roseanne” reboot. “I am very excited,” Gilbert says. When asked about renewing her former on-screen character, Darlene, she adds, “I have to remember how to play her. It’s been so long, you wonder if it’s still in you.”

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Joining her co-hosts in recent headlines is also Underwood, who expressed concern for her friend, Mo’Nique, after the actress called out Oprah Winfrey and more in a stand-up routine for allegedly blackballing her in Hollywood after not promoting her Oscar-winning movie, “Precious”, in the correct manner.

Speaking about her own experience with the list, Underwood reveals what she changed in order to get jobs. “I listened to people and I reflected on things that I had done that maybe have been misinterpreted,” she says. “That journey to get here was self-evaluation.”

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