Eva Longoria criticizes the work culture & # 39; toxic & # 39; after the dismissal of Gabrielle Union


Eva Longoria is waiting Gabrielle Union.

44 years old Desperate housewives student took Twitter on Monday and weighed on the first America has talent recent dismissal of the judge.

"What @gabunion experienced on the set at #AmericasGotTalent of @ NBC is unacceptable," he tweeted along with an article about Time & # 39; s Up's response to Union termination. "It is time for @NBCUniversal to commit itself to taking concrete long-term measures to correct its toxic culture in the workplace and ensure the safety and equity of all its workers."

Longoria too grateful 47-year-old actress for "talking about toxic culture,quot; on NBC & # 39; s America has talent and shared a request from Time & # 39; s Up "asking for responsibility and concrete action from the leadership of @NBCUniversal,quot;.

In November, it was learned that Union and Julianne HoughWho joined America has talent Earlier this year, I would not return as judges. Later that month Variety He published a report stating that "insiders,quot; claimed that there was a "toxic culture in the show."

In the report Jay Leno He was accused of making an "offensive,quot; joke during the show. According to Variety, Union expressed concern about the joke and allegedly urged producers to inform human resources. The publication, citing "several experts," said the problem of reporting the incident to RR. H H. An NBC executive was noticed on the set; however, the matter was allegedly never taken to the department.

Additionally, Variety, citing sources, said Union and Hough received "excessive marks,quot; on their physical appearance. According to the publication, sources alleged that Union was told that her hairstyles were "too black,quot; for the program audience. However, Hough denied receiving notes about his appearance in a statement to Variety.

"America has talent It has a long history of inclusion and diversity both in our talent and in the events promoted by the program, "said Fremantle, producer of the NBC and the series, in a statement to the media." The jury and the training of presenters have been updated regularly over the years and that is one of the reasons for AGT lasting popularity. NBC and the producers take any problem on the set seriously. "

In a separate statement, NBC and America has talent Production companies Fremantle and Syco said they "remain committed to ensuring a respectful workplace for all employees and take any questions about workplace culture very seriously."

"We are working with Ms. Union through her representatives to hear more about her concerns, after which we will take the next steps that are appropriate," they added.

Longoria is not the only one to comment on the termination of Union. To see the reactions of other stars, check out the gallery.

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