Later, Chen fought back tears while thanking the show's crew, and said personalized messages to her co-hosts including Sheryl Underwood and Eve. Whether or not she will return to host the next installment of Big Brother Celebrity or Big Brother 21 (presuming that Big Brother gets renewed) is up in the air.
CBS would not comment.
Pakistan PM to Offer Citizenship to Afghans Born in Pakistan
This was a ideal warm-up for Pakistan ahead of their high-profile showdown with arch-rivals India, also in Dubai on Wednesday. The prime minister said that the identity crisis of thousands of Bengali and Afghan immigrants is pushing them to crime.
Prior to that, Julie released the following statement: 'I've known my husband since the late '90s, and I've been married to him for nearly 14 years. "Goodnight", the CBS star said.
Then more women came out, and Chen skipped "The Talk" season premiere last week. Moonves has been a CBS boss since 1995. However, he continues to deny all claims of harassment and abuse.
Mark van Bommel wants his PSV players to stay professional against Barcelona
I had a number of posters on my bedroom wall growing up, one of them was a Barcelona poster. I know they will ask him for the shirt, but they shouldn't do it at halftime".
Chen is married to Leslie Moonves, who was CEO-chairman of CBS Corp for 25 years before stepping down after facing allegations of sexual assault. "Leslie is a good man and loving father, devoted husband and inspiring corporate leader". Sources at the network have said that she will continue to host the reality competition through the season finale which airs on September 26.
Co-host Sharon Osbourne said on-air, "These stories that are so similar, the pattern is so similar that, for me, he's not been convicted of any crime, but obviously the man has a problem". #TheTalk cast cry too at Julie's video message as they watch it for the first time from the set of #BigBrother where she deliver the message live. I can only surmise they are surfacing now for the first time, decades later, as part of a concerted effort by others to destroy my name, my reputation, and my career. Sara Gilbert also weighed in, saying that while she loves and supports Chen "always", this is "an important time in our culture. I fully support my husband".
"He has always been a kind, decent and moral human being", Chen wrote in his defense this summer.
4 killed, 9 wounded in shooting at Mexico mariachi square
Lisa Sanchez, director of Mexicans United Against Delinquency, described the shooting as a "piercing portrait" of Mexico. Mariachi musicians returned to the square around the same time the shooting took place a day prior.