Sharon Osbourne Now Targets Adele And Her ‘Fake’ Accent: ‘Cut The Crap, Just Sing’

During her one-week stint in the ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ house, Sharon Osbourne voiced her opinions on Adele’s accent in a conversation with Gary Goldsmith and Louis Walsh.

The discussion took a turn when Kate Middleton’s uncle, Gary Goldsmith, asked the following about Adele:

“Do you not think Adele has lost her way a little bit?”

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Sharon didn’t hold back, criticizing the Grammy-winning singer for what she perceives as a put-on English demeanor. She replied:

“I think that she plays the, ‘Oh love, oh I’m so English.’ It’s like, ‘Cut the crap, you don’t talk like that anymore. Just sing, just be true to who you are.’ But she does all this old, ‘Engliiiish’, you know?”

The sharp critique left Goldsmith and Walsh laughing, but not all viewers found the commentary amusing, with some accusing Osbourne of going too far. Osbourne’s comments sparked a wave of reactions on social media, with many fans rushing to Adele’s defense. Critics called for Osbourne to apologize for her remarks.

Recent Other Targets

Adele wasn’t the only celebrity targeted by Sharon’s blunt observations. In another snippet from ‘Celebrity Big Brother,’ she criticized James Corden for name-dropping, Anna Wintour for being unlikable, and even mimed vomiting at the mention of Ellen DeGeneres. She told the following about Corden:

“I go to him, ‘I really like your shoes,’ and he goes, ‘Yeah, Stella McCartney.’ I’m like, I didn’t ask you who made them; I just said I like your shoes. He played the L.A. game really well.”

Adding to her recent outspoken moments, Sharon shared her views on Slayer’s reunion during an episode of the Osbournes podcast. With a light-hearted take on band breakups and reunions, she remarked that five years apart for a band isn’t really that long, likening the process to the aftermath of a divorce. Osbourne is presently staying in the ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ house as a temporary guest, with her departure anticipated in the near future.