Piers Morgan Is Demanding An Apology From These Talk Show Hosts

It has been almost one week since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's CBS tell-all interview aired, and the drama is still unfolding. One of the stories that has formed in the aftermath of the interview is Piers Morgan's resignation from his anchoring job at Good Morning Britain.

It all started when Good Morning Britain was breaking down the head-turning interview, and Morgan quite bluntly expressed his disappointment with the special and specifically (but not surprisingly) the former actress herself. "I wouldn't believe her if she read me a weather report," he said about Meghan (via Metro). He immediately received intense backlash from many people who heard his words, especially because one of the things he did not believe was Meghan's admission that she felt suicidal as a working member of the British royal family. The criticism piled up, including from his co-hosts, and Morgan proudly refused to take back his words. He ended up leaving the show on Mar. 9, 2021.

While Morgan mainly received criticism for his viewpoint, he was supported by longtime friend Sharon Osbourne when she sent a tweet the same day of his resignation to stand by his freedom of speech. Osbourne's solidarity with Morgan, however, resulted in her own wave of backlash and a heated discussion on The Talk

Now, Piers Morgan is demanding an apology from some of The Talk hosts. Here's why.

Piers Morgan is not happy with Sharon Osbourne's apology

The day after The Talk audience witnessed Sharon Osbourne and Sheryl Underwood get into an intense debate over why Osbourne's support of Piers Morgan may or may not have been wrong, the hosts began the show with a message of unity. "We are a TV family here. Sometimes we argue like we did yesterday and sometimes we laugh but we are back together again today and we are ready to start today's show," Amanda Kloots said on Mar. 11, 2021, per Entertainment Tonight. Then, on Mar. 12, 2021, Osbourne released a statement on Twitter apologizing to anyone she offended by her "panicked" outburst. She noted that while she does not "condone racism, misogyny or bullying," she "will always support freedom of speech."

That statement did not sit will with Morgan, and he took to Twitter to react. "Sharon's been shamed & bullied into apologising for defending me against colleagues accusing me of racism because I don't believe Meghan Markle's bulls***," he wrote. "This is where we've reached. I demand an apology from those @TheTalkCBS bullies for their disgraceful slurs against ME." At the time of this writing, the women of The Talk have not responded to his call for an apology. Only time will tell if the story will end with Morgan's tweet, or if the saga will continue.