Jennifer Hudson’s new talk show is coming this fall! The Hollywood Reporter said Jennifer Hudson’s new talk show is called The Jennifer Hudson Show and will be taking The Ellen DeGeneres Show timeslot. This is great timing since The Real and The Nick Cannon Show have been canceled, according to Rollingout.
Sherri Shepherd will also have a new talk show coming in the fall as she permanently replaces The Wendy Williams Show and its timeslot, according to Deadline. “I’m so thankful to Wendy for letting me fill in for her and letting me fill the gap to support her as all the other co-hosts have also done. I’m thankful because if it wasn’t for Wendy, the eyes wouldn’t have been on me. I’m so thankful to her. We’re all praying for her.”
Jennifer Hudson is excited about this new chapter in her life. CNN stated:
“I have experienced so much in my life; I’ve seen the highest of the highs, the lowest of the lows, and just about everything in between but as my mother always told me, ‘Once you think you’ve seen it all, just keep on living. People from around the world have been a part of my journey from the beginning — twenty years ago — and I’m so ready to join their journey as we sit down and talk about the things that inspire and move us all. I have always loved people and I cannot wait to connect on a deeper level and let audiences see the different sides of who I am, the human being, in return. And I couldn’t be more thrilled to do it alongside this incredible team. We’re about to have a lot of fun and shake things up a little bit!”
Steve Harvey welcomed Jennifer Hudson’s new talk show with open arms but warns her that Daytime TV is hard. According to People, Steve Harvey said the following:
“I like Jennifer Hudson. I think especially at her space now, with all she knows now — she’s been a celebrity. She’s a mom. She’s been in relationships,” he said. “You’ve gotta have all of that stuff under your belt because when you’re talking to guests, you’ve gotta be able to relate. So I think Jennifer Hudson would be great. [But] Daytime TV is hard now. It’s really hard.”
There aren’t many other details to report but we’ll update this post as more information surfaces.
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