Former The King of Queens star and The Talk co-host Leah Remini dropped by The Ellen Show to talk about being on the upcoming season of ABC's hit reality competition Dancing With the Stars. Of course, Ellen couldn't pass up the opportunity to discuss Remini's decision to leave scientology and how it has impacted her family and their friendships.
One Life to Live star and High School Musical alum Corbin Bleu has joined the Season 17 cast of Dancing with the Stars. Bleu’s addition was announced on Good Morning America Wednesday morning.
He will compete against Saved by the Bell’s Elizabeth Berkley, Pretty Little Liars’ Brian Daugherty, comic Bill Engvall, legendary television star Valerie Harper, former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson, The Voice co-host and R&B singer Christina Milian, scientist Bill Nye, Jack Osbourne, Jersey Shore’s Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, The King of Queens and The Talk alum Leah Remini, and Glee's Amber Riley. READ MORE
The Talk's Sharon Osbourne on Allegations She Got Co-Hosts Fired: "I Have Never Been in The Position to Hire or Fire Anyone"By Jamey Giddens on March 14, 2012
Remember last summer when Daytime Confidential's Jamey Giddens spilled some serious tea about shakeups at The Talk? Let me refresh your memory. Uncle Jamey heard there was some drama behind the scenes with the ladies and co-host Sharon Osbourne was about to bolt. Osbourne's former co-host Leah Remini has now revealed on Twitter (Viva Twitter!) the real reason she and Holly Robinson Peete got the boot. According to Remini, it was all due to Sharon! Remini tweeted: READ MORE
CBS has renewed The Talk for another season, according to The Hollywood Reporter. CBS' answer to ABC's The View has held steady in the ratings, averaging 2.2 million viewers since its debut. Check out what Nina Tassler, President of CBS Entertainment, had to say about The Talk after the jump.
After only a few months on the air, The Talk has delivered creative and ratings growth and established a strong profile in daytime. The co-hosts have clicked together, the topics have connected with the audience and the show has added a new dimension to our top-rated daytime line-up. We're excited about its current success and the potential to grow and evolve 'The Talk' even further.
I wonder if this will have any effect on the rest of daytime, i.e. the soaps?
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It’s official, Julie Chen’s The View-esque talk show has been picked up by CBS and will replace As the World Turns this fall, according to Deadline Hollywood. In addition to Chen, the gabfest will star Holly Robinson Peete, Sharon Osbourne and Lea Remini.