On Friday, Osbourne claimed CBS "blindsided" her with the question about Morgan during the episode.
"I blame the network for it," Osbourne told the Variety. "I was blindsided, totally blindsided by the whole situation. In my 11 years, this was the first time I was not involved with the planning the segment."
Osbourne said the showrunners asked her about eight minutes before taping began if she could be asked about the controversial tweet.
"I said, 'Sure, they can ask me whatever. But then I get on there, I say my piece and Sheryl [Underwood] turns around straight-faced, looks at me and is reading from a card with questions. I was just so hurt, caught off guard and stunned by what I was being asked and not prepared. I was honestly in shock."
"I felt like I was in front of a firing squad. I felt like a lamb held out for slaughter. They had me there for 20 minutes."