The Talk's Sheryl Underwood shocks audience by giving fan her SHOES as feud with Natalie Morales steps up

SHERYL Underwood made one fan's day, promising her the shoes off her feet after admitting she no longer wanted their high heeled pain.

During a break in filming her show The Talk, Sheryl took a question from an audience member who asked her about her shoes.

The host said to the audience member: "Are you a size eight? Is she a size eight shoe?

"I'll tell you what, after she reads who is coming on this show, I'm going to take these shoes off and you can have them."

As the audience roared with applause, Sheryl, 57, revealed why she was so willing to part with her footwear.

Referencing her heels, she jokingly answered: "Because it took Jesus and all twelve apostles for me to get around this corner!"

She then joked about corns and bunions on her feet before asking: "Who's idea was it for me to wear this shoe?"

Reaction from fans was just as supportive.

On Instagram, one viewer wrote: "Sheryl is a riot. She’s also a very kind, generous person. What a wonderful gesture!"

Another fan chimed in: "That’s Sheryl with a heart of gold!! That’s the best about her – her spontaneity."

While a third responded: That was sweet of you Sheryl. Just so you know I’m a size 6."


The fun times on set are a sharp contrast to the feud brewing behind the scenes between Sheryl and new co-host Natalie Morales.

Natalie, 49, joined Sheryl Amanda Kloots, Jerry O’Connell and Akbar Gbaja-Biamila on The Talk earlier this season and has taken over as the show’s moderator.

But The Sun can exclusively reveal Natalie taking over the coveted role has caused a rift between the stars.

A source claimed to The Sun: “Sheryl and Natalie seemingly get along fine, but there is some unspoken tension. 

“Since the moderator position has been taken away from Sheryl and given to Natalie, Sheryl can’t help interjecting herself and stepping on Natalie’s role and cueing the other hosts. She asks what about you? Have anything to add?

“Natalie won’t say anything, but you can tell it’s annoying and borderline disrespectful.”

Natalie currently sits in the last seat next to Jerry, with Sheryl in the middle. 

The insider added: “It would make more sense for Natalie to have the center seat since she is now the centerpiece of the show, but no one wants to have that conversation with Sheryl.”


The Sun previously reported Sheryl was “blindsided” by Natalie’s addition to the talk show, as she “felt she should have been consulted and kept in the loop out of respect for her seniority with the show.”

The insider continued to allege: “There is so much hoopla surrounding Natalie and so much publicity and airtime devoted to her joining the show.

Indeed, since Natalie joined The Talk,  ratings have improved weekly. 

The source continued to allege: "Natalie is the reason the overall audience is slowly growing. When you’re at rock bottom going up feels so good. Natalie and the new hosts have new stories and new perspectives.

“So many people have said it doesn’t feel like The Talk, it feels like a new show and Sheryl is the only throwback tied to the old show.”


This isn't the first time Sheryl has had a beef with a castmate.

In March, original host Sharon Osbourne, 69, quit the show after her on-air fight with Sheryl over her decision to stand by her friend Piers Morgan's criticism of Meghan Markle.

The fight was brought up again when Sharon claimed on The Megyn Kelly Show on SiriusXM that Sheryl was sent to anger management three times for “mistreating producers.” 

During the interview, Sharon alleged: “Sheryl had three complaints about her from different producers about the way she treated them.

"They called me and I said, ‘You cannot get rid of Sheryl. There is no way. She can't take that. You just can't do it.’

“So they sent her to anger management. So, it's alright to treat producers that way, but I can't say anything to a co-host.”


Even new tablemate Jerry O'Connell has been targeted.

A source told The Sun in May that Sheryl was not happy that Jerry was in negotiations to replace Sharon. 

The source claimed: “On camera everyone is lovey-dovey and laughing together, but off camera Sheryl has raised some serious concerns. 

"Sheryl thinks Jerry is fine for the Men of May month producers planned, but beyond that she feels we are telling the audience that women cannot behave themselves and be friends.

“It's not the narrative Sheryl wants out there and she thinks it would further damage public perception.”

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