Simon Cowell's company involves lawyers after Gabrielle Union 'AGT' firing

Howard Stern Blames Simon Cowell For Gabrielle Union

Simon Cowell's company calls in lawyers after Gabrielle Union's axing from America's Got Talent amid racism allegations

NBC insiders told Page Six that producers on the TV talent hit had no knowledge of Union being given any demands over her hair, and said that she herself had told producers not to take her complaints over Leno to Human Resources.

Howard Stern discussed the recent controversy surrounding the recent dismissal of Judge Gabrielle Union at America & # 39; s Got Talent.

"As proud as I were of her being selected as a judge on #AGT - I am even more proud of her standing up for what she stands for and that's USA". Simon owns the show and the time I was there, Simon was never on the show.

Howard Stern slammed Cowell, creator of AGT, claiming he "orchestrated" the release of Union and Hough because he's always looking to add "hotter chicks and younger chicks" to the judging panel, Deadline reports.

"I don't begrudge anyone earning what they earn, good for you, god bless you".

While Cowell still has to weigh personally, someone is Sharon Osbourne. "I didn't get let go". Union allegedly received notes that her hairstyles were "too black" for the show's audience.

It was recently announced that Union, along with fellow "AGT" judge Julianne Hough, would not be returning for the second season of "America's Got Talent: The Champions", which premieres January 6. He states that the men stay, no matter how ugly they are, no matter how old they are, no matter how fat they are, no matter how talented they are. They served as judges for only one season.

Union and Hough were brought on last season to replace longtime judges Mel B and Heidi Klum. Mandel, who joined the show in 2010 for Season 5, is now the longest-serving judge.

The brief assertion didn't sit effectively with some followers of the 47-year-old actress, who mentioned Crews ought to have come to her protection extra vehemently.

According to Page Six, executives from Syco - along with NBC and Fremantle, the production companies behind AGT - will meet with lawyers after the talent show was accused of discriminatory workplace practices by Union's husband, former National Basketball Association star Dwyane Wade.

"We remain committed to ensuring a respectful workplace for all employees and take very seriously any questions about workplace culture", the statement read. We instantly reached out to Ms. Union's representatives when these studies got here to mild. Time's Up president Tina Tchen has also spoken out on behalf of Union's treatment, saying what she experienced "was deeply troubling".

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