“You don’t want to miss this,” the television personality tweeted.
“It is unfortunate that we are still having these discussions about diversity and inclusion.”
The awards will air live on Feb. 10 from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
CBS will televise the event sometime in 2019.
“Mr. Moonves will not receive any severance payment from the Company,” network said.
Investigators claim Moonves was “evasive and untruthful.”
Chen has moderated the popular daytime talk show since 2010.
“Go and stay gone Julie,” an upset viewer tweeted.
“CBS This Morning” co-host addressed the claims on Tuesday’s broadcast.
Chen’s co-hosts spent the first part of the show addressing Moonves’ ouster.
His reported $180 million severance package is on hold pending a company investigation.
She’s like a “realtor giving you a business card at a funeral.”