Sharon Osbourne is hitting back at accusations of racism against her current and past co-hosts on “The Talk.” In a new interview, the 68-year-old included the racist language she has been accused of using to deny racism allegations.

During a chat with the Daily Mail on Wednesday, People confirmed Osbourne slammed an article by journalist Yashar Ali that claimed she used terms like “slanty eyes” and “wonton” to refer to former co-host Julie Chen, who is of Asian descent.

“Everyone’s got an opinion or a story like the wonton story,” she said. Osbourne went on to deny the allegations.

“Of course, it’s a pile on. People want to add fuel to the fire and it comes with the territory and that’s fine,” she added.

The star’s latest denial comes one week after her heated argument with “The Talk” co-host Sheryl Underwood about racism while she was defending her friend, Piers Morgan’s controversial comments about Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey.

During a conversation with Entertainment Tonight, Osbourne reflected on her comments to Underwood in which she told her co-host, “Don’t try and cry because if anyone should be crying, it should be me.”

She appeared to express regret about her argument to Underwood. “She had just as much pain and probably fear as I did,” she told the outlet of that moment.

“So, I should never have dismissed her feelings on national TV, ever. But I said it. I have to own it. I can’t say, you know, ‘Oh, I didn’t know why I said it.’ I know why I said it.”

Osbourne claimed she felt blindsided by Underwood’s questions since all of the co-hosts made a pact to never blindside one another with a question on-air.

“The Talk” will be taking an extended hiatus that is expected to last until Tuesday, March 23, as the network takes time to further review the controversial argument between Osbourne and Underwood.

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Pictured: Sharon Osbourne attends the first day of auditions for the X Factor at The Titanic Hotel on June 20, 2017 in Liverpool, England. Anthony Devlin/Getty Images