There's no way we could be this lucky... right?!
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This is just so sad!
On Monday, it was revealed that Lemmy Kilmister, the lead singer for Motörhead, has passed away. The musician was 70-years-old. Tragic!
Close friend and radio personality Eddie Trunk took to Twitter to confirm the news with his many fans. He relayed:
What a big day!
So to celebrate the news, we stopped by The Talk on Monday afternoon to chat with Sharon Osbourne, Julie Chen, Aisha Tyler, Sara Gilbert, and Sheryl Underwood about the newest addition to America's first family.
And if you're wondering how we taped an episode even though we live in New York, The Talk is actually back in NYC for the ninth time filming episodes on location from the CBS Broadcast Center from Dec 7 -11!
Ch-ch-check out our very clip from The Talk (above)!!!
The two animal enthusiasts teamed up to produce a PSA about the terrible event in China that celebrates the brutalization and slaughter of defenseless dogs so they can be eaten for pleasure.
In the announcement, the Real Housewives star calls viewers to action, inviting them to participate in a march to the Chinese consulate in Los Angeles on World Animal Day — October 4.
We've learned EXCLUSIVELY that Lisa filmed the haunting video (above) in her home on the day before her birthday. She also included the Osbourne matriarch because they've been friends for a really long time, and Sharon shares Lisa's passion for their furry friends.
Miz Vanderpump has opened up to us in the past about the horrible holiday, but now she's explaining why she decided to organize the march:
"When I saw the horrific images of dogs being tortured and slaughtered for their meat my heart got heavy. Right then and there I said to myself, I'm going to do everything I can to put an end to this so called 'festival.' This is what I want on my epitaph. I want it to say this woman was instrumental in ending the barbaric torture of these poor creatures."
We're really proud of Lisa and Sharon for standing up against this terrible tradition, and we really hope they are able to make a difference.
If you're in the area on October 4, head to MacArthur Park at 10 a.m. to join the movement.
Don't you just want to hug Sharon Osbourne after seeing this?!
The star panelist of The Talk took a leave of absence last season to deal with a health issue, and now she is ready to come clean about what happened to her — and how her story can benefit other women!
Nobody knows yet exactly what Osbourne went through, but she hinted at it in an interview on Wednesday's CBS This Morning.
Watch Sharon and fellow panelist Julie Chen discuss their show's upcoming sixth season while also making mention of Osbourne's health (below):
Their older sis, Aimee, is back in the spotlight following the release of her latest music video back in March — except this time, it's for an entirely different reason!
In a recent interview, the 32-year-old, who famously opted out of appearing on The Osbournes, opened up a lot about her familial problems!
She shared that despite living in the same city as her brother and sister:
"I wouldn't say there is an ease between us, but there is an acceptance. Do we socialize? No."
It seems by choosing not to star in the reality hit show back when she was 18, it had a lasting effect on this family.
And it's been fourteen years!