Gabrielle Union's Exit Affecting Simon Cowell and Her Daughter

Sharon Osbourne and Gabrielle Union | John Shearer  Getty Images North America Jon Kopaloff  FilmMagic

Sharon Osbourne and Gabrielle Union | John Shearer Getty Images North America Jon Kopaloff FilmMagic

Howard Stern discussed the recent controversy surrounding the recent dismissal of Judge Gabrielle Union at America & # 39; s Got Talent.

Gabrielle Union allegedly departed from "America's Got Talent" after racial accusations.

It's believed that Gabrielle is but to focus on directly with the TV network referring to the racial discrimination she says she skilled on the goal to. "So, I honestly can't say".

"I was on the show before Howie [Mandel]". I don't know anything about her concerns about the show.

She added: "I thought she was great". Though the Bring It On actress hasn't shared details around why she was let go, her husband, Dwayne Wade, did confirm that it was untimely.

According to reports, Union, who is black, sought action to address an environment she said allowed racist jokes, comments and notes from producers along with other troubling behavior, including judge-producer Simon Cowell's smoking indoors. Basically, the former judge has laid all the blame on the show's creator, Simon Cowell.

Leno, a Season 14 guest judge, was mentioned in the Variety report and was pressed by the paparazzo about a joke he reportedly made during a taping. Stern appeared on the show for 4 seasons, Mandel has now done 6 seasons.

Cowell's company Syco Entertainment, which produces AGT, released a joint statement with NBC and production company Fremantle over the weekend. Jury and host members are regularly updated NBC and producers take all issues seriously. "We are working with Ms. Union through her representatives to hear more about her concerns, following which we will take whatever next steps may be appropriate".

"But what he does in all his shows is that he constantly replaces the hot chicks with hotter chicks and younger chicks".

"AGT switches out female judges for "hotter chicks and younger chicks." data-reactid="33" type="text" "He sets it up that the men stay, no matter how ugly they are, no matter how old they are, no matter how fat they are, no matter how talentless they are", Stern continued, later claiming it's "obvious" that AGT switches out female judges for "hotter chicks and younger chicks".

A source confirmed to Page Six: "The companies are retaining outside counsel to assist us in learning more about the facts in this matter, starting with hearing from Gabrielle, which we expect to happen this week". And, she said on Monday's episode of The Talk that AGT was a great show to work on, but she doesn't have anything good to say about NBC.