Sharon Osbourne took a sudden hiatus from CBS’s “The Talk.” Osbourne revealed a recent hospital trip forced her to take a break from the daytime talk show.
The TV personality, 62, collapsed Friday at her home in Los Angeles after a trip to New York and Toronto, Variety reported. The fall was caused by exhaustion, a statement from her representative said.
"Upon her return she collapsed from mental and physical fatigue. Her doctors report that she is suffering from 'extreme exhaustion' and assessed that she most likely returned to work too soon after being hospitalized recently for pneumonia," Osbourne’s statement read.
Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time “The Talk” host has had to leave the show due to health issues this year. In March, she took a hiatus when she came down with pneumonia while recovering from hernia surgery, People reported. Her daughter and former “Fashion Police” host Kelly Osbourne stepped in to fill her role. It hasn’t been announced if the purple-haired TV personality will co-host again.
Sharon Osbourne, who has been hosting the show since it started in 2010, plans to come back to “The Talk” as soon as possible, but she is listening to doctor’s orders and taking at least a month off from the show. Fans shouldn’t expect her to appear on the program again until late June or early July.
"Sharon has been advised and has agreed to take a month hiatus to recover fully from these recent events," her statement said. "Sharon would like to thank everyone at 'The Talk' for granting her this time off and to all friends, family and others for their incredible support."
While Osbourne’s hiatus is currently in effect, fans might not yet feel the loss. “The Talk” often records episodes several days ahead of time, and according to a preview from CBS, Osbourne will appear in Tuesday’s episode.
"The Talk" airs weekdays at 2 p.m. EDT on CBS.