Hours after the audio -- caught on Elaine Welteroth's hot mic -- hit the web, Osbourne was spotted driving around town looking miserable and trying to clear her head.
The 68-year-old television personality appeared downcast while driving around Los Angeles in her red Mini Cooper on Wednesday.
Wearing zero makeup, Osbourne went all-natural for the outing, also sporting her curly hair.
Osbourne did not look happy. She wore a look of worry on her face and was photographed sporting a frown.
Rocking a white zip-up hoodie, the former The Talk host didn't try to hide from nearby paparazzi.
Instead, she rolled down her car windows while waiting in traffic.
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This is the first time anyone has seen Osbourne since the leaked audio revealed what went down after her jaw-dropping spat with Underwood in March.
In the never-before-heard audio -- obtained by Daily Mail -- Welteroth is heard comforting a bawling Osbourne and telling her, "I know you're not racist" in a dressing room following the heated on-air exchange.
Welteroth also makes it a point to tell Osbourne she's been "set up," claiming producers wanted her to deliver the question that sparked the explosive debate.
Underwood sparked the on-air tension when she asked Osbourne, "What would you say to people who may feel that, while you're standing by your friend, it appears that you gave validation or safe haven to something that he has uttered that is racist, even if you don't agree?"
She then claimed her co-star was giving "validation'" to Piers' "racist" views.
"I said to them, this is going to be a train wreck," Welteroth is heard saying backstage. "Sharon, I'm just so sorry that that went the way that it went."
Following an internal investigation, Osbourne exited the long-running talk show.
She has since been replaced by Jerry O'Connell.