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Originally posted 09/10/2012 07:30PM
The hosts of The Talk put on a brave – and naked – face Monday afternoon.
The five women – Sharon Osbourne, Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Aisha Tyler and Sheryl Underwood – went au naturel on the season premiere of their show, wearing no makeup or fake eyelashes, and sporting nothing but white robes.
Walking out with their hands covering their faces, the ladies eventually revealed their makeup-free selves to the audience, who was equally underdone.
Originally posted 09/04/2012 07:20PM
The women of The Talk have had plenty to chat about lately behind the scenes.
The cast – Sharon Osbourne, Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sheryl Underwood and Aisha Tyler – are going entirely makeup free for the live season premiere of the CBS show on Sept. 10 (2 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT).
Even guest Jamie Lee Curtis will be completely natural.
"I had a lot of trepidation when we decided to do this," Chen tells PEOPLE. "We know there are people who are going to say, 'Oh, my God, no wonder they wear so much makeup.' "
Originally posted 06/24/2012 01:00PM
It's been a week since Jack Osbourne announced he had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, news that he told PEOPLE came with anger and frustration.
But Sharon Osbourne says her son, 26, is now feeling "fantastic."
"He really is," she told reporters Saturday on the red carpet at the Daytime Emmy Awards, in which her show, CBS's The Talk, was a three-time nominee. "He's very, very strong."
Originally posted 06/20/2012 05:00PM
Jack Osbourne is finding out that one of the hardest parts of coping with multiple sclerosis is the uncertainty.
"I'm learning that one minute you can be fine, and the next I went blind in my right eye," he said Tuesday on The Talk. "It’s a completely unpredictable disease."
Osbourne, 26, who also discusses his shocking diagnosis in this week's issue of PEOPLE, says he got 80 percent of his right-eye vision back.
"They don't know if it will ever improve beyond that, but everyone’s different," he says on The Talk, which is co-hosted by his mother Sharon Osbourne.
Originally posted 06/20/2012 08:00AM
Jack Osbourne knew something was wrong last month when his vision was failing him.
"I couldn't see anything in front of me," Osbourne, 26, tells PEOPLE in this week's cover story. But when he sought medical help for that problem, he received a shocking diagnosis.
Multiple sclerosis was to blame for his vision loss – 80 percent in his right eye. He's now beginning medication and adopting a healthier diet regimen to help reduce symptoms of the disease, which attacks the brain and spinal cord and can affect vision, movement and cognition. And luckily, his vision has also improved. "It's just one of those things you take as it comes," says Jack. "It's all about your outlook."
Originally posted 06/18/2012 04:15PM
Her eyes welling with tears and her voice quavering, Sharon Osbourne struggled to find words on The Talk on Monday to respond to her son Jack's multiple sclerosis diagnosis.
"He's great – he's doing really, really good and I want to thank everyone for all their texts and goodwill and love they send to us," she said after a long pause to compose herself.
Co-host Julie Chen told Sharon that Jack is "an amazing guy, he's very courageous" and asked, "What else do you want say Mrs. O?"
Originally posted 06/17/2012 07:00PM
Jack Osbourne has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, he tells PEOPLE exclusively.
Just two weeks after he and fiancée Lisa Stelly welcomed daughter Pearl Clementine, Osbourne, 26, was dealt the shocking news. In an exclusive, sit-down interview and photo shoot with PEOPLE magazine, Jack and his mother Sharon open up about their emotional ordeal.
"I was just angry and frustrated and kept thinking, 'Why now?' " Jack tells PEOPLE. "I've got a family and that's what's supposed to be the most important thing."
Originally posted 06/06/2012 09:30AM
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