Gabrielle Union and NBC – home to “America’s Got Talent” – reached a settlement after the actress was accused of being the show’s toxic showplace.
In a joint statement obtained by Fox News on Tuesday, NBC and union representatives said they “reached an amicable resolution.”
“NBC Entertainment appreciates the critical concerns raised by Gabrielle Union and is committed to ensuring an inclusive and supportive working environment, where people of all backgrounds can be treated with respect,” read the statement.
The union’s allegations first overtook the “AGT” in November, when Variety dropped a blatant report that claimed the union had been beaten by a judge from the competition chain after raising concerns about alleged toxic workplace Was ruled out.
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The star, 47, reportedly was subject to various racial criticisms, including references to several of her hairstyle changes that were considered “too black” for “AGT’s” core demographic – a critical association reportedly half a dozen The bar was received.
She was also not keen that something was said by comedian Jay Leno while she was a visiting judge.
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During an inter-segment filming, Leno joked about a painting in which Simon Cowell was surrounded by dogs. Leno jokingly said that the dogs looked like something that could be found “on the menu in any Korean restaurant” – to the “very little Asian staff” on the show.
This comment was later edited from the August 6 episode.
The union reportedly urged producers to report the incident to NBC’s human resources department – but its plea came to deaf ears.
The report also recorded an episode in which Union humiliated popular acts for a white contestant and people of color through quick costume changes. The contestant engaged Beyoncé and emerged with black hands.
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An internal investigation into the show reportedly never fully completed, but found no signs of systemic racism. However, changes have been made here in the process of reporting for human resources.
Fox News’ Julius Young and Jessica Napoli contributed to this report