Sharon Osbourne brings Lady Gaga feud to 'The Talk'

By Sarah Burbank-Douglas,

Sharon Osbourne isn’t letting go of her beef with Lady Gaga and is now bringing her issues to the set of The Talk.

According to E! News, Osbourne explained Gaga's Born This Way Foundation's purpose to her Talk cohost, then noted that one the singers followers “could quite easily pick up a gun and kill somebody, namely they said my daughter."

She explained that additional monsters have commented on the post explaining that her fan “brought my son into it and they said that my son didn't have MS, that he was just a retard. And I should die, my husband should die, we should all die in a car crash."

The talk show host continues, “My opinion is, Gaga wants a kinder world. Don't let your fans be so hideously damaging, hurtful, violent, spread violence on your website. If you are a Mother Monster, monitor it.”

“She has a huge group of people that work for her that monitor her website. Why haven't you, as a responsible young woman, said 'No violence on my website, no violence, no threats, no violence.”

Osbourne then pointed out Gaga’s numerous outfits which, in her opinion, influence the use of guns.

As we previously reported, the feud started when Osbourne went off on Gaga after she posted an open letter on her website calling Kelly Osbourne’s work on Fashion Police a form of bullying.

Osbourne responded with her own letter on Facebook after one of Gaga’s Little Monsters posted that Kelly should “kill herself.” The former America’s Got Talent judge wrote that Gaga should ask her monsters to “stop them from writing libelous, slanderous and vile comments about my family, including death threats to Kelly. Your open letter is hypocritical and full of contradictions.”

Gaga responded yesterday noting, “I am an activist. Nobody takes adolescents seriously, I do. My letter to Kelly Osbourne was open, because her statements on cyber-bulling were public & as a youth activist I'm compelled to be involved.”



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