NBC responds to firing of ‘America’s Got Talent’ judge Gabrielle Union

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"We remain committed to ensuring a respectful workplace for all employees and take all issues of workplace culture seriously", reads the text.

According to reports, Union and Julianne Hough have been dropped as "America's Got Talent" judges after a single season.

In particularly, Union used to be guilty for around half of the level to's 25 million social media impressions, in step with Nielsen Social, a compelling statistic suggesting she used to be essentially the most fashionable instruct on the level to.

"Union and Hough, 31, were also both subject to" excessive notes" in their physical appearance, resources alleged in Variety's accounts.

NBC says it's working with Gabrielle Union after she lashed out at the network following her exit from "America's Got Talent".

' The judging and host line-up has been commonly refreshed over time and that's without doubt one of the causes for AGT' s enduring reputation. Union's contract was not renewed following several behind-the-scenes incidents and what showrunners described as "difficult" behavior, Vulture reported. Widely seen by people present as insensitive to Asian communities, numerous sources Variety spoke with said the matter went unreported.

Variety later reported that one of those situations involved a racial joke that Jay Leno allegedly made while guest-hosting the show. Despite her drive, many insiders told the socket that it was never addressed by HR. The remarks were ultimately edited out of the episode, which aired on August 6.

If anything, despite the outpouring of support she's received, Union's experience goes to show that we have a long journey ahead to fight discrimination in the workplace - whether that be on a Hollywood show or in an office job. Much like the puppy joke of Leno, the contestant's audition was also cut from the series\.

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However, Julianne denied the rumours, insisting that she had a "wonderful time" on the show.

Simon Cowell's manufacturing firm is talking out simply days after Gabrielle Union aired out America's Bought Expertise over her contentious one-season run on the truth TV competitors present. I am happy to continue my working relationship with NBC... She is allergic to cigarette smoke. You should not be penalized for seeking to have a workplace that honors the particular rule of law in the workplace. "And then a month after he said, 'You have the worst diet I've ever met from some other patient, '" Cowell remembered to DeGeneres, 61.

Union's husband, former National Basketball Association player Dwyane Wade, also weighed in November 27 on Twitter, saying he'd yet to hear a good reason why his wife was being fired.

The actress wrote: 'It be awful that @nbc the equivalent community that stable disgusting men relish Matt Lauer and punished women for talking out or no longer inserting up with it...has no longer modified their practices or custom. The couple welcomed daughter Kaavia via surrogate This past year. "I am still waiting for a good answer to that question. Whether you understand race injustice or not, stand next to your sisters".

Fans quickly supported Gabrielle, many assuming her tweet was referring to her leaving AGT.

"Thank you for this @EllenPompeo.be better @nbc we're with you @itsgabrielleu", she said. "Number 1 judge on one of the greatest shows in the world", he concluded that his message of service.

Obviously taken aback by the news, Gabrielle Union spoke about her feelings towards her non-renewal to "AGT". She responded via Twitter, found below: "So many tears, so far recognition". "THANK YOU! Just when you feel lost, adrift, just ... you lifted me off the ground. Humbled and grateful, forever".

An NBC offer told The Post that a minimum of six America's Bought Skills workers expressed confusion relating to the claims Union's hair used to be "too unlit".

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