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NEW YORK (AP) — Julie Chen has left the cast of the CBS daytime show “The Talk” a week after her husband, CBS Corp. boss Leslie Moonves, was ousted from the company due to sexual misconduct charges.

Chen announced her decision via a taped message on the show Tuesday, saying she needed to spend more time at home with her husband and their son. She appeared from the set of “Big Brother,” the prime-time CBS show where she is the host.

Chen made no mention of the case involving Moonves. She appeared to fight back tears when she thanked crew members.

One of her co-hosts, Sara Gilbert, said “we love you, Julie,” after the taped message was over and just before the show concluded.

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7 thoughts on “CBS’ Julie Chen Leaves ‘The Talk’ In Taped Message

  1. americanize on said:

    This hypocrite home wreaker this bitch went in on bill cosby for a whole week,now she doesn,t have anything to say about her shit.

  2. She did the right thing. No way can she sit there and converse about issues plaguing our country today full well knowing that her husband has now joined that club of powerful men who have ruined women’s lives and careers due to their perverted demons.

    I honestly believe she knew what type of fella he was when she married him. Julie was the mistress to his first wife. A leopard never changes his stripes. Julie was probably blinded by the lifestyle of the rich & famous and all of the trimmings that go along with being married to the honcho…hell, she was on 2 top shows: The Talk & Big Brother ….#Karma

    • Well, well, well!! Chen got what she deserved!! Home wrecking heffa!! But, let’s not sugar coat screwing around with a married man by calling them mistresses…. the words are “ho-bag tricks”!!!

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