But Sharon Osbourne appears to have put the turmoil behind her as she was seen out and about in West Hollywood on Wednesday rocking a noticeable glow.
The 68-year-old TV personality was joined by her eldest daughter Aimee.
Moved on: Sharon Osbourne appears to have put her The Talk turmoil behind her as she was seen out and about in West Hollywood on Wednesday rocking a noticeable glowInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The mother-daughter duo grabbed lunch at a celeb-friendly restaurant on Melrose Ave.
Sharon had her signature red locks softly styled in waves and she enhanced her already youthful appearance with a bit of makeup.
The wife of Ozzy Osbourne looked classy in a white linen top paired with some dark wash denim jeans and squeaky clean sneakers.
She carried her belongings in a white leather purse which she held in her left hand as she strolled with Aimee.
Bonding time: The 68-year-old TV personality was joined by her eldest daughter Aimee
Sharon accessorized her ensemble with several necklaces and a pair of sparkling diamond studs.
Aimee, 37, looked gorgeous as she showcased her makeup-free complexion and flowing brunette hair.
She donned a top similar to her mother's, but gave her look a sporty edge with a pair of black sweatpants and some chunky white sneakers.
Sharon shares Aimee, as well as daughter Kelly, 36, and son Jack, 35, with husband and metal legend Ozzy Osbourne.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Dipping: The Talk has hits a new low in TV ratings after Sharon Osbourne's controversial exit (Pictured: Carrie Ann Inaba, Sheryl Underwood, Marie Osmond, and Eve)
Osbourne's jovial outing on Wednesday comes just weeks after it was reported by Soap Opera Network that her former talk show The Talk had suffered a dip in viewership since her departure.
Sharon famously left The Talk in March following her fiery defense of Morgan, which prompted a race row between her and co-host Sheryl Underwood.
During the week of June 7-11, the series plummeted in the key female demographics (women 18-49 and women 25-54) and was beaten repeatedly by arch-rival The View.
Despite the falling viewership, CBS recently renewed the daytime chat show for a 12th season, which will be its first without any of the original co-hosts sitting at the table.
Heated: The controversy began when Osbourne delivered a vociferous defense of her friend Piers Morgan, and his right to criticize Meghan Markle
The Talk was placed at number 13 in the Women 18-49 ratings with 0.20 (200,000 viewers), while The View hit number 6 with 0.36 (360,000 viewers).
In the Women 25-54 ratings, The Talk was once again placed at number 13 with 0.32 (320,000 viewers), while The View held strong at number 6 with 0.53 (530,000 viewers), according to the Nielsen data.
Before Osbourne, 68, left the show in a blaze of controversy, The Wrap had reported how The Talk was bringing in an average of 1.509 million daily viewers from September 2020 through to March this year.
Prior to Osbourne's departure, from the season