SHARON OSBOURNE Once Propositioned 'Friends' Star MATT LEBLANC For A Threesome With OZZY

SHARON OSBOURNE Once Propositioned 'Friends' Star MATT LEBLANC For A Threesome With OZZY

On today's episode of the CBS daytime talk show "The Talk", it was revealed that Matt LeBlanc, star of the hit sitcom "Friends", was once invited by "The Talk" host Sharon Osbourne to join her and husband, Ozzy Osbourne, in a threesome.

"The Talk" aired footage of LeBlanc on an episode of Conan O'Brien's TBS talk show "Conan" in which the actor recalled Sharon's proposition backstage at the Golden Globes.

"I run into Sharon Osbourne, and I say, 'My God, I'm such a big fan of your husband's. He is so awesome.' And this is what she says to me, with a completely straight face — immediately she goes, 'Oh, that's great! Maybe after this, you'll come back to the house and we'll have a threesome.'" The actor went on to say that Sharon was "obviously, hopefully kidding," to which O'Brien, with a straight face, said, "I will tell you, she was not."

Sharon set the record straight on "The Talk", admitting, "I was ish-ish kidding. If he'd of gone for it, I'd've called my husband and said, 'Listen....'" She added: "I would have loved to have filmed it... Maybe we can do Conan too. I don't see why not."

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