"So many tears, so much gratitude", she tweeted.
Both Cowell and Howie Mandel will return as judges for the upcoming season 15, alongside singer Leona Lewis, who has just been announced as Union's replacement.
Variety reported that Union and fellow judge Julianne Hough were fired after receiving several complaints about their physical appearance. Leno kidded that the pooches looked like something one could discover on the menu at a Korean café a lot to the shame of the not very many Asian staff members on the show. Union insisted to producers that this should be reported to human resources, and it reportedly wasn't brought to the department.
On her twitter account Monday, Union, without specifying who she was addressing, retweeted instructions on how to give a proper apology, which included sincerely admitting wrongdoing, correcting the mistake loudly, and laying out steps to correct future behavior. "I love Gabrielle Union".
She used to be additionally allegedly told her hairstyles had been "too shaded" for the goal to.
He then talked about how she was treated.
She continued, "I don't know about any of her concerns about the show". "She's a great girl". She also reportedly ruffled feathers after complaining about Cowell's habit of smoking indoors, which is against California state law.
Two insiders claimed Hough's hair, makeup, and clothes were criticized which led to tension.
Dancer and actress Julianne Hough beforehand denied leaving "America's Bought Expertise" resulting from a "poisonous office tradition". While America's Got Talent also portrayed the same concern in its statement.
This comes after Hough initially appeared to defend the show and NBC in a statement, contradicting media reports by saying she "had a wonderful time" on the show and is happy to continue her relationship with the network. "And she's not gonna go along to get along either".
The dancer was asked to address the controversy in an interview.
Talking to People, Julianne explained the industry's evolving attitudes, but she stayed away from mentioning any specifics about her time on AGT or any allegations of the show's 'toxic environment'.
"I would just say that.my goodness".
"After which I imagine that the paradigm of the office and the way you do enterprise and work with individuals now, it's shifting, and I believe that the individuals that actually wish to see change occur are going to authentically and positively... do this". Obviously, there wasn't anybody of color on the panel when I was there, so I honestly can't say...