America’s Got Talent and NBC have been criticized after it was revealed that Gabrielle Union and Julianne Hough were fired. After rumors spread that the reasoning was due to the appearance and toxic environment in the workplace, Hollywood defends women who, it is said, were treated unfairly.
Now, the production company behind the show is talking.
Syco de Fremantle and the creator of the series, Simon Cowell, issued a statement that said: remain We remain committed to ensuring a respectful workplace for all employees and take any questions about workplace culture very seriously. We are working with Mrs. Union through her representatives to hear more about her concerns, after which we will take the next steps that are appropriate. "
This happens after Gabrielle was informed that her hairstyles were "too black,quot; for the show. In addition, it was said that the actress reported a racist joke made by Jay Leno that never reached human resources.
Many people were not surprised to learn about the incidents that took place on the set due to Nick Cannon's experience as a presenter on the show.
The comedian was threatened with the termination of the show after he made a racial joke in his Showtime special. Cannon defended himself and left the show.
He has talked about trying to be silenced by NBC several times.
Meanwhile, the same report detailing Union's problems in the family series also claimed that Julianne Hough was criticized for his body.
Hough has denied the claims with his own statement that said: "I had a wonderful time at,quot; America's Got Talent. "I loved working with the cast, crew and producers. I'm happy to continue my working relationship with NBC … I look forward to what the future holds. "
Hopefully, NBC and America’s Got Talent are being genuine with their statement saying they will listen to Gabrielle.