Sharon Osborne and Carrie Ann Inaba open up about their experiences with COVID-19 on The Talk

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Sharon Osborne and Carrie Ann Inaba open up about their experiences with COVID-19 on The Talk
Sharon Osborne and Carrie Ann Inaba open up about their experiences with COVID-19 on The Talk

Sharon Osborne and Carrie Ann Inaba open up about their experiences with COVID-19 on The Discuss

The Discuss co-hosts Sharon Osborne and Carrie Ann Inaba are opening up about their experiences in contracting COVID-19.

Inaba, 53, revealed on December 10 that she had examined constructive, and simply 4 days in a while December 14, Osborne, 68, revealed she examined constructive as properly.

Each hosts revealed how they have been feeling on Monday’s episode (by way of The Discuss YouTube) after recovering.

Opening up: The Talk co-hosts Sharon Osborne and Carrie Ann Inaba are opening up about their experiences in contracting COVID-19

Opening up: The Discuss co-hosts Sharon Osborne and Carrie Ann Inaba are opening up about their experiences in contracting COVID-19

Positive:  Inaba, 53, revealed on December 10 that she had tested positive, and just four days later on December 14, Osborne, 68, revealed she tested positive as well

Optimistic:  Inaba, 53, revealed on December 10 that she had examined constructive, and simply 4 days in a while December 14, Osborne, 68, revealed she examined constructive as properly

‘I’m feeling actually superb now, besides that I’m nonetheless very drained. I nod off at, you understand, ridiculous occasions of the day,’ Osborne stated.

‘I am good. I went by way of all of the signs, headache, eye ache, physique ache, dizziness, illness, you understand all of it,’ she continued.

‘However there’s people who find themselves a lot worse than I bought it. They’ve it a lot worse, and I simply assume I got here out very fortunate,’ she acknowledged.

Ridiculous: 'I’m feeling really fine now, except that I’m still very tired. I nod off at, you know, ridiculous times of the day,' Osborne said

Ridiculous: ‘I’m feeling actually superb now, besides that I’m nonetheless very drained. I nod off at, you understand, ridiculous occasions of the day,’ Osborne stated

Very lucky: 'But there’s people who are much worse than I got it. They have it much worse, and I just think I came out very lucky,' she stated

Very fortunate: ‘However there’s people who find themselves a lot worse than I bought it. They’ve it a lot worse, and I simply assume I got here out very fortunate,’ she acknowledged

Inaba added that she’s ‘grateful’ that Osborne is doing higher, although she added that she nonetheless cannot, ‘odor very properly  or style very a lot,’ and neither might Inaba.

‘Me neither, I can’t style or odor,’ Inaba added, earlier than revealing that she was excited about the brand new host Amanda Klootz, who misplaced her husband Nick Cordero to COVID-19 final summer time.

‘I used to be considering quite a bit about you [new co-host] Amanda [Kloots], really, all through this time. You guys reached out and I respect that you simply reached out,’ Inaba stated.

Grateful: Inaba added that she's 'grateful' that Osborne is doing better, though she added that she still can't, 'smell very well or taste very much,' and neither could Inaba

Grateful: Inaba added that she’s ‘grateful’ that Osborne is doing higher, although she added that she nonetheless cannot, ‘odor very properly or style very a lot,’ and neither might Inaba

New host: 'Me neither, I can’t taste or smell,' Inaba added, before revealing that she was thinking about the new host Amanda Klootz (bottom right), who lost her husband Nick Cordero to COVID-19 last summer

New host: ‘Me neither, I can’t style or odor,’ Inaba added, earlier than revealing that she was excited about the brand new host Amanda Klootz (backside proper), who misplaced her husband Nick Cordero to COVID-19 final summer time

‘It made me really feel safer. The worst half I take into consideration going by way of COVID was the worry issue, and simply making an attempt to handle the worry…staying targeted on positivity and thanks all for reaching out,’ she added.

She added, “I’m grateful I made it by way of. Amanda, I considered you a large number, and I’ve much more compassion and love in my coronary heart and I wish to assist you in any manner I can.”

Kloots additionally opened up about dropping her husband throughout her first episode of The Discuss, admitting that she’s able to go to remedy to speak about Nick.

Grateful: She added, “I’m grateful I made it through. Amanda, I thought of you a lot, and I have even more compassion and love in my heart and I want to support you in any way I can'

Grateful: She added, “I’m grateful I made it by way of. Amanda, I considered you a large number, and I’ve much more compassion and love in my coronary heart and I wish to assist you in any manner I can’

‘I am simply realizing now, six months after Nick has handed, I feel I am able to go to remedy and speak about every thing that occurred, the trauma that occurred,’ Kloots stated.

She added, although, that it’s a must to ‘discover the suitable individual’ in a therapist, including, ‘I equate going to remedy to going to church. It’s important to discover your home.’

She added you additionally should ‘discover the suitable time,’ which she stated was ‘actually essential’ within the therapeutic journey. 

Therapy: 'I'm just realizing now, six months after Nick has passed, I think I'm ready to go to therapy and talk about everything that happened, the trauma that happened,' Kloots said

Remedy: ‘I am simply realizing now, six months after Nick has handed, I feel I am able to go to remedy and speak about every thing that occurred, the trauma that occurred,’ Kloots stated

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