Sharon Osbourne Calls Wendy Williams 'A 55-Year-Old Woman That Relapsed' While Defending Christie Brinkley

Sharon Osbourne Calls Wendy Williams 'A 55-Year-Old Woman That Relapsed' While Defending Christie Brinkley
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Wendy Williams suggested that Christie Brinkley's Dancing With the Stars injury was a ploy to get her daughter in the spotlight -- something that the model vehemently denied. Sharon Osbourne had some harsh words for the talk show hostess.

Christie was a subject matter on The Talk where it was explained how she fractured her shoulder and wrist while rehearsing her dance for the show. Sharon, who is a close friend of Brinkley, took it upon herself to chastise Williams who said that the injury was faked.

'I have to go in on Wendy on this because not so long ago, Wendy was not in a very good place. Why is it, no matter what this woman goes through in her life, her ups and downs, which we all do, but obviously hers were more public, and she’s a 55-year-old woman that relapsed again on drugs … and the thing is nobody gave her a hard time. It was just love, support to her,' Sharon said.

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Osbourne continued her verbal beatdown with: 'Why does she have to be so mean? What is it within you that is so dark that you can’t seem to get it out when the world shows you love and wishes you well on the rest of your journey of your life, you are so dark inside, so mean constantly.'

This comes after Wendy showed footage of the incident on her show and told her audience that Brinkley should've said that it was her tailbone that hurt since there was no evidence that she hit her shoulder or wrist.

The 65-year-old legend expressed how upset she was by Williams' accusations and said that she had been nothing but a friend to her. Wendy then returned to Hot Topics where she apologized that she hurt Christie's feelings but stood by her observation.

What do you think about Sharon's words to Wendy?

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