The Talk's Sheryl Underwood interrupted by a COCKROACH on live TV after Sharon Osbourne exits show

A COCKROACH interrupted The Talk's Sheryl Underwood on live TV.

The uninvited show guest comes after Sharon Osbourne recently exited the show.

In a clip from yesterday's show, the bug could be seen climbing on a wall behind Sheryl.

Sheryl was talking about a segment on a disruptive Delta Air Lines passenger on a flight from Los Angeles to Atlanta.

Sheryl didn't seem to notice the roach as it was on the set several feet behind her.

On Monday, The Talk announced it had been renewed for a 12th season

However, Deadline reported that the show has still not found a replacement for longtime host Sharon.

The 68-year-old quit the show in March over her on-air fight with Sheryl. 

The show currently features hosts Sheryl, Amanda Kloots, Elaine Welteroth and Carrie Ann Inaba, who is on a leave of absence. 

The cast shakeup began when Sharon addressed her decision to stand by her longtime friend Piers Morgan's criticism of Meghan Markle, resulting in an on-air fight with Sheryl, 57, on the March 10 episode. 

Back in April, Sheryl was “thrilled” Carrie Ann Inaba had taken a leave of absence from the show, as she plans to “hire her own dream team of cohosts,” according to a source.

Carrie Ann, 53, had announced she was taking a leave of absence from The Talk after missing two weeks because of side effects from her various autoimmune conditions. 

The leave of absence also came amid her alleged feud with Sheryl, 57. 

A source told to The Sun: “Sheryl is thrilled Carrie Ann is gone for now.

“Now Sheryl feels the show can assemble their dream team of cohosts to give The View a run for their money, instead of the slow walk The Talk has been doing.”

The source continued that Sheryl “loves moderating” the show and "being the focal point of every conversation.”

The source added: “She didn't think Carrie Ann did a good job of leading the show. 

“Sheryl feels she is much more capable and has a more dynamic personality for the job.”

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