(INTERVIEW) Sheryl Underwood: If I ever hurt these ladies, I’m asking for forgiveness.

Sheryl Underwood-Addresses Queens of Comedy Controversy-the jasmine brand

It was merely a few weeks ago that Sheryl Underwood, a host of the CBS daytime show “The Talk,” took the moment to get intimate with America, and reveal what she hasn’t let anyone else in on for years. She described a time when she was set to have a conference call with the ladies of the “Queens of Comedy” to hash out the details of possibly adding her to an upcoming show they were doing, and got more than an earful. She said she heard the ladies talking about her terribly and that her feelings were very hurt, but she said its what gave her the strength to move forward in her career. We recently caught up with her (on the red carpet of the Soul Train Awards), to follow up with her on the latest controversy.

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theJasmineBRAND.com: How inspiring was the story, that you were right where you were supposed to be, on your show a few weeks ago?

Sheryl Underwood: Well you know what, I tell you what, you know, God don’t make mistakes, and you just gotta get ready, so when the Lord tells you what to do….One thing I should have said was, “If I ever hurt these ladies or anybody else, I’m asking for forgiveness. Now there’s been some dispute…

theJasmineBRAND.com: Yeah, they’re saying, “Well that ain’t how it happened! Were they recollecting it right, or…”?

Sheryl Underwood: Well, I think everybody got a right to their recollection, and then what normally happens is, do you wanna go tit for tat, or do you wanna move on to where you supposed to be? At the end of the day, what I was

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