Jerry O’Connell replaced Sharon Osbourne in “The Talk”.
The 47-year-old actor, as their first full-time male co-host, considers it “exciting” to be asked to “shake” a long daytime series, and he waits to get started. can not.
Announcing his work at the show on Wednesday (14.07.21), he said: “It’s really exciting. First of all, your lady welcomed me very much.
“That is, I came here as a guest a few months ago, and from the moment I entered, you were just graceful, kind, fun, and it worked … we have so much fun So we really are.
“It’s an exciting time now … I don’t want to say scary, but it’s new, so it’s a change, and change is a good thing. You have to scare you, shake a little, and do this. No, it’s definitely rocking it. “
The show’s boss was alleged to have wanted Jerry for the show, along with Sheryl Underwood, Amanda Kloots, and Helene Weltaros. ..
“He will bring a very different energy than Sharon set,” said one source. “Jerry is a very nice person.”
Sharon was involved in a fierce debate with Cheryl after criticizing the Duchess of Sussex and speaking out to support Pierce, following all her interviews with Oprah Winfrey, in March. I left the show.
She said at the time, “I have a friend who seems to be a racist, so I feel like I’m going to be in an electric chair. Will that make me a racist?”
The former “X Factor” star also claimed that when she apologized, she felt “blind”, “panicked” by her line with Cheryl.
She tweeted: “I’m really sorry for those who are the color I’m offended and / or who are confused or disappointed with what I said …
“I panicked, blinded, defensive, and forgave the fear and fear of being accused of being racist …. I’m not perfect. Better. (Sic) “
Another “talk” star, Carrie Ann Inaba, has been taking a break from the show since April to maintain her mental health.
Original posted at pennsylvanianewstoday.com