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Leah Remini Answers Fan Questions About The Talk on Twitter

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Leah Remini talks "The Talk" on Twitter

After The Talk fired Leah Remini and Holly Robinson Peete, their fans have been looking for answers.

So far, CBS and The Talk have not said anything about not bringing Leah and Holly back… but Leah Remini has been busy on Twitter, explaining that she was fired and she won’t go back if they asked (not without Holly, anyway).

Remini also has been thanking her fans for their support.

Here are some of the exchanges between Leah Remini and fans.

Fan: “I watched “The Talk” for the first time in a while today and was a little lost. Where were you? I didn’t get the memo…”

Leah shared the story, tweeting: “oh sorry, here was the memo: ‘Leah & Holly, do not come back from vacation… ever.'”

Remini explained, “we were not asked back honey. We were fired. Sorry”

Another fan shared, “sorry to hear that. U and Holly were the show! it will be cancelled without you! u have great things ahead of u it’s their lose”

When asked if she’d return if The Talk asked her back, Leah noted her loyalty: “they wouldn’t ask me back. And I would only go back with holly. Lol. Loyalty means everything.”

Asked, “Why aren’t you on THE TALK anymore?,” Remini noted, “I guess we weren’t as important to the show as we thought we were? Lol”

As for Leah Remini and Holly Robinson Peete getting their own talk show? Leah says, “Working on getting something. Hopefully soon”

Most agree with this fan (including Leah!): “You and Holly need your own talk show!!!”

(Check out the Facebook campaign at work to get Leah and Holly their own show!)

And does Leah stay in touch with The Talk ladies? One fan asks: “just one question …you and Sara still friends?”

Leah tweeted, “haven’t heard from anyone except holly”

Have you boycotted The Talk since Leah and Holly were fired?

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