Sharon Osbourne's dirty secrets are coming out thanks to Sheryl Underwood's recent comedy routine. And like the Thursday revelation regarding a weatherman in Connecticut, who ate cat vomit on the air, this one is a doozie too. It turns out that during the interview process for Underwood to land her Talk gig, it was required she visit a hotspot in Beverly Hills to sit down with Osbourne at the Polo Lounge. One thing led to another and the two were going to be dining over breakfast, only Sharon obviously wasn't used to seeing black people's dining habits according to Sheryl, who believed eating her huevos rancheros was the cause Ozzy's wife puked on the table after that. But Sharon Osbourne told a group at Julie Chen's barbecue event later that she had a flu bug that caused her to be sick that day, not Sheryl's egg-eating practices, and she that she had thrown up again after Underwood got her into her car at the restaurant, even going so far as to poop in her pants as well, according to the Oct 9 Us magazine revelation.
All that time from when Sharon sat down with Sheryl at the Polo Lounge, to the time the brass for Talk asked her to attend the welcome back barbecue for Julie Chen, the comedian believed she caused Osbourne to get sick. And she is so glad she didn't offer Ozzy's wife a ride in her vehicle that day, since the rocker's wife would have been dirtying her car instead of her own in more ways than one.
These aren't the only two celebrities with embarrassing secrets, but many don't share theirs willingly. Malfunctioning wardrobes seem to be a common way celebrities get embarrassed, with those kinds of incidents happening on late night shows and in front of millions of viewers for sports events.
Throwing up onto your dining companions plate, however, may be one of the worst ways for a celebrity to be embarrassed in public, especially when they do it to someone they don't really know well, like in these two women's case. But having lived with a rude, crude rocker named Ozzy Osbourne for years, surely Sharon is used to embarrassing moments. And she doesn't appear fazed that a comedian is sharing them with everyone.
Could you handle someone sharing your embarrassing moment with a national television audience or in a comedy routine?