After axing Gabrielle Union from “America’s Got Talent,” NBC execs have revealed that they are doing everything they can to resolve the misunderstandings that have occurred between the star and the cable network.

In a press release obtained by Variety, the network stated they are “working” with the actress to understand her concerns about what happened on the set of the highly-successful show. The statement also highlighted Union’s time on the show and insisted that the channel is very keen to understand her point of view.

The press release further stated that the channel remains committed to ensuring a respectful workplace for all employees and if anyone asks questions about the “workplace culture,” the management takes them really seriously.

The network also revealed that they are constantly in touch with the former judge and her representatives to hear more about her concerns. NBC concluded by saying they will take all the steps to ensure everything is resolved.

The statement comes after various reports last week claimed that the “Being Mary Jane” star was fired from the show for calling out Jay Leno over an offensive joke he made while recording the show.

The star had a conversation with an NBC executive to talk with the human resources department after the special guest made a joke on Simon Cowell’s dogs. The joke was eventually cut from the show. It has also been reported that Union was told on numerous occasions that the hairstyles she kept on rotating frequently looked too black.

The 47-year-old actress then took to Twitter and admitted that she felt “lost” and lonely after the whole incident.

Fellow judge Julianne Hough was reportedly fired from the show, too. But according to the Hollywood Reporter, the dancer-turned-actress denied that she had a negative experience working on the show.

A lot of celebrities came out in support of Union. “Grey’s Anatomy” star Ellen Pompeo supported the actress and shared her views on social media. Pompeo slammed the network for supporting “disgusting” men like Matt Lauer and praised Union for her “courage” to speak out against such behavior.

Ariana Grande also joined the conversation and quoted one of Pompeo’s tweets. She extended her support to the actress and told NBC to be “better.”

Here are some celebs reactions on Twitter:

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Gabrielle Union reminded followers that dressing modestly does not prevent rape. She is pictured at the NYFW Kickoff Party on Sept. 6, 2017 in New York City. Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images for NBCUniversal