When Melissa Gilbert appeared on the daytime chat show “The Talk”, Sharon Osborne was perfectly comfortable to discuss co-host Sarah Gilbert’s sexual identity. Never one to mince words, she asked Melissa, “when did you first realize that your beautiful sister loved vajayjay?” And Melissa, also comfortable with the question had plenty to say about it.
You know what, I’ll put it to you this way,” said Melissa, 47, best known for her role on “Little House on the Prairie.” “I took her to dinner when she was in her teens and I sat her down and I gave her this long speech about how much I love you and it doesn’t matter and you’re my darling and blah, blah, blah and you can tell me anything. And she looked and me and she said, ‘I’m not gay.’ And I was like, ‘OK, whatever.'”
It seems like the only person who wasn’t completely comfortable discussing Sarah’s sexuality…was Sarah, who squirmed around a bit, turned red and answered, “Don’t we have a break coming up?”
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Check out the video of the appearance starting at about 3:13
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