Wednesday on "The Talk," Sharon Osbourne dishes about Bradley Cooper's Best Director Oscar snub for "A Star Is Born." "As far as his directing goes, all I can say is, of all movies I've seen about the music industry and the things that go on with musicians, backstage, that are [depicted] in movies, they've always been really cheesy, really not real at all. Even 'Bohemian Rhapsody.' It's not realistic what they showed backstage, what goes on in other musicians, the way they act," says Osbourne. "In his world that he created, it was so real. You could smell it. It was so real. Everything, the way he cast it, everything was superb. And I do feel badly because he needed to be nominated for director."
Air Date: Feb 6, 2019