CBS Daytime's The Talk continues to provide moments you just never thought you'd witness on television. During a recent visit to promote their smash hit VH1 biopic, CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story, Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins and Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas taught Julie Chen, Aisha Tyler and guest hosts how to do their signature dance from "Waterfalls". Watch the shaking and baking after the jump! READ MORE
MSNBC's Morning Joe hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski may be bringing their brand to NBC's Sunday edition of Weekend Today, according to the New York Post.
“They made a big play for ‘Sunday Today’ and ‘Meet The Press,’ but Turness is not inclined to dump [‘MTP’ host] David Gregory,” one source noted.
Giving them “Sunday Today” could be seen as a compromise — or an interim step, the source added. READ MORE
Kathie Gifford dropped by The Real Story with Gretchen Carlson on Fox News and revealed if she had it to do all over again she'd go back to Hebrew University and study the Scriptures.
"If I could go back to college, I'd probably go to Hebrew University in Israel and study for however long it took to get my rabbinical degree. Because I started studying the Scriptures that way, through the eyes of a rabbi and through the Middle Eastern eyes and it's transformed my life."
Contrast that to the Gifford who we love boozing it up with Hoda during the fourth hour of Today.
The Perky One just can't catch a break in regards to her post-Today career moves. Katie Couric struggled to bring in the ratings as anchor of the CBS Evening News, and now it looks like her costly, Disney-backed daytime talk show could soon be cancelled. From The Hollywood Reporter:
One of the TV's priciest daytime experiments soon could be coming to an end. Stations throughout the U.S. are contracted to carry Katie Couric's syndicated talk show through summer 2014, but the decision on whether Katie will score a third season likely will be made this month -- and renewal seems a long shot.
Could Star Jones be making her way back to daytime? According to Deadline, the former co-host of ABC's The View is working on a new legal themed talk show.
Jones has allegedly already started filming segments for the venture, which would have her as one of five panelists. Reportedly, Debmar-Mercury and E.W. Scripps are in talks to team up on the syndicated project. Jones opened up to FishbowlNY about the project, stating:
I can’t say much, but I can tell you exclusively I shot the pilot on Sunday and it’s multi-host – the opportunity came to me when I was in the middle of a million things — and I’m more excited about this than I’ve been in long time. It’s right in my wheel house.