The Talk's Sharon Osbourne's daughter Kelly admits mom 'made mistakes' but says 'there's two sides to story' after exit

SHARON Osbourne's daughter Kelly Osbourne admitted that her mom "made mistakes" but insisted that "there's two sides to every story."

The 36-year-old made the comments follows the longtime host's exit from The Talk.

While appearing on the latest episode of the Everything Iconic with Danny Pellegrino podcast, Kelly was asked if she was "hesitant" to begin her own podcast after her mother's recent controversy.

Sharon, 68, left The Talk after her blowout fight with co-host Sheryl Underwood, which led the British personality to be accused of being "racist."

Kelly told Danny that she wasn't hesitant to start her own podcast following the "hot water" her mother is in.

She said: "In order for there to be any sort of change, you have to make a mistake. How do you know what's right and what's wrong?

"I've made mistakes. My mom's made mistakes. Everybody's made mistakes."

Kelly continued: "But also, there's two sides to every story and the media will only ever let you see the one. The one that gets the most clicks. The one that gets the most people fear mongered and outraged.

"We're living in a society where unfortunately our reality is always being challenged. So I have decided to create my own."

She then stated that it's important for people to actively fight for what they believe in, sharing: "My whole thing is, be the person you pretend to be on your Instagram. Be that person.

"So if you're posting about Black Lives Matter, you better damn be educating yourself on what that is and you better be donating to that charity and you better be going on the streets and protesting.

"Don't just put up a post and say that you are involved in a cause you're not standing by. I cannot stand that. I have no time for that."

Kelly continued: "We're living in a world right now that, for me, it's like the great de-program. Everything that you thought that you knew, you don't.

"And the world is so much more scary and malicious.

"And we're going through a time right now where finally people are being held accountable and things are changing and the pendulum is swinging in the right direction for once and I'm honored to be on the right side of history.

"I'm honored to be able to be alive at a time where I can go back and right my wrongs."

During the March 10 episode of The Talk, Sharon addressed her decision to stand by her longtime friend Piers Morgan's criticism of Meghan Markle, resulting in the harsh exchange of words.

The daytime talk show took a month-long hiatus to conduct an internal review, while CBS announced that Sharon had left the show later that month.

Sharon shares Kelly with husband Ozzy Osbourne, who she married in 1982.

The couple also share 35-year-old son Jack.

The fired host broke her silence for the first time since leaving The Talk when she appeared on Real Time with Bill Maher earlier this month.

During the interview, Sharon slammed her former co-hosts as "disgruntled b****es."

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