Near the end of a recent appearance on CBS Daytime's The Talk, co-host Sara Gilbert asked guest Shemar Moore to share a few words about his late, The Young and the Restless co-star Jeanne Cooper. Watch the Criminal Minds hunk's touching-yet-funny tribute to the soap legend after the jump!
Before signing off on Wednesday, the women of The Talk paid tribute to deceased CBS Daytime colleague Jeanne Cooper. Co-host Julie Chen recalled some of The Young and the Restless star’s accomplishments, as Sheryl Underwood attempted to fight back tears. Watch the emotional clip after the jump. READ MORE
The majority of daytime talk's biggest names (Ellen DeGeneres and Kelly Ripa to name a few!) have skipped out on the Daytime Emmy Awards in recent years. Could that be changing this year? TV Guide Magazine's Michael Logan posed the question to Scot Safon, executive vice-president and general manager of HLN, which will air the kudocast on June 16. Said Safon:
"We are outreaching as aggressively as possible to all the nominees," Safon says. "We want them to know this year is important. The themes that will rock this show are themes they will be proud to be associated with. To be in that room as part of the daytime community will be an incredible opportunity. The show is not just an announcement of winners. It's a celebration people are going to remember for a long time to come." READ MORE
Mrs. O is about to go from the coffee table to the witness stand! Sharon Osbourne confirmed on CBS Daytime's The Talk she has been contacted to testify in the Michael Jackson wrongful death trial.
After revealing she has pertinent information concerning Katherine Jackson's multi-billion dollar lawsuit against concert promoter AEG, earlier this week on The Talk, Osbourne was reportedly contacted by the attorney for the musical dynasty's matriarch. Watch Osbourne discuss the bombshell with her co-hosts after the jump!
Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood and Aisha Tyler have reason to celebrate this Thursday afternoon. The ratings are in for the first quarter of 2013, and The Talk pulled in its largest-ever first quarter audience, according to Nielsen. READ MORE
Sheryl Underwood is sick and doggone tired of people trying to pit successful sistahs against one another! In a recent joint interview with fellow The Talk co-host Aisha Tyler for Ebony, Underwood sounded off about the misconception that two black women can't get along at work. Said Underwood:
"People always ask, 'How do y'all get along?" says Underwood. "What kind of question is that? People always want to create that dynamic among black women. We're confident with ourselves. When people see us on the show and we have a debate or rebuttal, they think it's bad. But it's really an energy. That is culturally how our people do it. It sounds like an argument, but that's passion." READ MORE