Unhappy with their relationship, her mother once even stabbed her father. Sheryl as a young girl turned out to be too emotional and sensitive because of a troubled upbringing.Talking about her past married life, it was the year 2011 that she revealed details about her dead husband.Underwood's cohosts and the audience gasped audibly at this revelation, but the comedienne wasn't done.PHOTOS: Plastic surgery nightmares "For years — and I love my father — but I did not get very close to him until one day, I saw my mother stab my father," she said with watery eyes.Underwood, 49, explained that the death haunted her throughout her childhood, especially since her birth mother used it to drive a wedge between her and her father.PHOTOS: Stars' big breaks "My birth mother did not want me and my father to be close to each other, so she would tell me that my father killed my sister," she said slowly, adding that her mother had suggested that he had "propped a bottle up for her to take," and that she had asphyxiated.She is an African American nationality with black ethnicity.Sheryl has shared that since her childhood; her mother would falsify past events related to her father, and even tell unbelievable lies about him.
Sara Gilbert, meanwhile, revealed that she realized she was gay while dating costar Johnny Galecki.
' and for me, it comes from my desire to never have anyone feel what I felt through my childhood and certain periods of my life," she began slowly, already blinking back tears.
"So I try to make everyone laugh and everyone happy." PHOTOS: Best Dressed TV Hosts "I was born a twin, and we were premature," she explained. What you don't know is I carry her birth certificate around because she did not live." As proof, Underwood then showed the audience the certificate, which featured the inky imprints of two tiny feet.
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Following in the footsteps of her The Talk co-hosts during 'secrets week,' Sheryl Underwood revealed the pain of having lost her baby twin sister and the subsequent domestic violence that haunted her childhood.'People ask where does the "funny" comes from, for me it comes from my desire to never have anyone feel what I felt throughout my childhood and certain periods of my life,' said the normally jovial TV star in a very somber tone.