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Tyler says goodbye to ‘The Talk’ after 6 years

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    Sheryl Underwood, from left, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, and Aisha Tyler accept the award for outstanding entertainment talk show host at the 44th annual Daytime Emmy Awards at the Pasadena Civic Center on April 30. Tyler has announced her departure from the show after six years as a co-host.

LOS ANGELES >> The daytime TV show “The Talk” is losing one of its co-hosts.

Aisha Tyler announced on the air today that her increasingly busy career prompted the decision.

Tyler became emotional as she described her realization that she had to give up the daily talk show.

She’s been on CBS’ “The Talk” for six years and will leave at the end of this season in July, Tyler said.

Besides working on three other series, including CBS’ “Criminal Minds,” the actress said she’s found a new passion in film directing.

Tyler said she intends to return to “The Talk,” both as a guest and a drop-in host.

CBS didn’t immediately announce who might replace Tyler on the show that includes co-hosts Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne and Sheryl Underwood.

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