Daytime cooking show – Daytime Emmys http://daytimeemmys.tv/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 10:38:54 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://daytimeemmys.tv/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-27-120x120.png Daytime cooking show – Daytime Emmys http://daytimeemmys.tv/ 32 32 Naga Munchetty lands BBC One role – and it’s a far cry from BBC Breakfast https://daytimeemmys.tv/naga-munchetty-lands-bbc-one-role-and-its-a-far-cry-from-bbc-breakfast/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 10:38:54 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/naga-munchetty-lands-bbc-one-role-and-its-a-far-cry-from-bbc-breakfast/ NAGA Munchetty has landed a new role on a BBC One show – and it’s a far cry from breakfast TV. The 47-year-old journalist is best known for her no-nonsense approach to BBC Breakfast interviews. 2 Naga Munchetty landed a role on a BBC One show – and it’s a far cry from BBC BreakfastCredit: […]]]>

NAGA Munchetty has landed a new role on a BBC One show – and it’s a far cry from breakfast TV.

The 47-year-old journalist is best known for her no-nonsense approach to BBC Breakfast interviews.

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Naga will appear in the new series of The Weakest Link, hosted by Romesh Ranganathan

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Naga will appear in the new series of The Weakest Link, hosted by Romesh RanganathanCredit: BBC

However, she will be the star after it was confirmed that she will be one of the celebrities participating in The Weakest Link.

Comedian Romesh Ranganathan hosts the BBC’s quiz show, which tests celebrities’ knowledge against time as they try to add as much money as possible to the charity prize pot.

The second series hosted by Romesh will debut next month and along with Naga, former Westlife singer Brian McFadden and Drag Race UK winner Lawrence Cheney will also take part.

Other confirmed celebrities include radio presenter Scott Mills and Ruby Wax, and they have the chance to win £50,000 for charity.

BBC confirms fate of The Weakest Link starring Romesh Ranganathan
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The series will feature themed episodes including Strictly Come Dancing, a Christmas special, New Year’s Eve, daytime TV, food and drink, and sports.

Romesh, 44, previously said of the show returning for a second series: “I’m excited to do another series, partly because it’s a fun show and the response has been amazing, but mostly to avoid “It turns out that Romesh was the weakest Link headline.

Kate Phillips, director of BBC’s Unscripted, added: “Led once again by our Ringmaster Romesh, viewers can expect plenty more laughs and almost certainly heaps of backstabs as the nation’s favorite quick quiz is back, can’t wait!

BBC Studios Executive Producer Pete Ogden commented: “I’m so excited to remake The Weakest Link from Pacific Quay in Glasgow.

The show was previously hosted by Anne Robinson from 2000 before ending 12 years later.

“It was wonderful to see the latest series land so well with viewers and there’s nothing we love more than putting celebrities under pressure and having them vote against each other.

“Romesh is a treat to work with and I can’t wait to unleash him on another batch of celebrities.”

The Weakest Link returns in December on BBC One.

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After leaving the iconic talk show, Ellen DeGeneres is in the process of selling property – is selling a charming 1915 Montecito cottage worth $6 million https://daytimeemmys.tv/after-leaving-the-iconic-talk-show-ellen-degeneres-is-in-the-process-of-selling-property-is-selling-a-charming-1915-montecito-cottage-worth-6-million/ Sat, 19 Nov 2022 14:42:26 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/after-leaving-the-iconic-talk-show-ellen-degeneres-is-in-the-process-of-selling-property-is-selling-a-charming-1915-montecito-cottage-worth-6-million/ Despite her talk show ending in May, Ellen DeGeneres has been busy buying and selling homes. She hosted the comedy variety talk show The Ellen DeGeneres Show (often abbreviated as Ellen Where Ellen’s Show) on American daytime television. The final episode aired on May 26, 2022, as previously announced on March 17, 2022. Ellen Degeneres” […]]]>

Despite her talk show ending in May, Ellen DeGeneres has been busy buying and selling homes. She hosted the comedy variety talk show The Ellen DeGeneres Show (often abbreviated as Ellen Where Ellen’s Show) on American daytime television. The final episode aired on May 26, 2022, as previously announced on March 17, 2022.

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Nearly a year after Ellen DeGeneres show staff members complained about a toxic work environment, the comedy icon’s apology has been televised and public perception has sagged. moved towards her. According to sources, Ellen DeGeneres‘ notes were ‘really appalling‘ since the allegations of a “toxic work environment” emerged behind the scenes.

With its new docu-series Time for yourself… with Ellen, the talk show host returns to the small screen, following her as she tries new hobbies in her spare time; a real estate sales spree is also underway with Ellen DeGeneres.

Also read: ‘Do you like your a**?’ Ellen DeGeneres Made Johnny Depp Extremely Uncomfortable, Left Him Speechless With Nasty Question About His Body

Ellen DeGeneres’ $6 Million Montecito Chalet Is For Sale

American comedian and TV host Ellen DeGeneres, 64, has listed the charming cottage for $5.85million, one of many homes she has bought and sold in the area. An outdoor living space, a guest house, three full bathrooms and a half bathroom are some of the features of this house.

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According to Robert Riskin of Riskin Partners Estates Group, the property is a “extremely charming“1915 cottage in the Hedgerow area of ​​Montecito, so they had the listings. Robert Riskin said, “The location is fantastic as it offers incredible privacy, but it’s also close to the beach and the lower and upper villages of Montecito.

The listing describes a 1,945 square foot cottage with a red front door, vaulted ceilings, bright split windows, and original built-ins. This home features an updated kitchen and bathrooms and a modern aesthetic. The house has dark hardwood floors and a fireplace in the large family room.

Riskin said all of the furniture and decor in the house is available for purchase after recent renovations.

Also Read: “She Says She’s ‘Single’ Right Now….”: Ellen DeGeneres Destroyed Jennifer Lopez With Her Sarcasm After JLo Says She’d Rather Sleep With Harry Styles Than Zac Efron

Ellen DeGeneres sold another Montecito home earlier in April

Ellen DeGeneres with her wife Portia de Rossi
DeGeneres with wife Portia de Rossi

According to Variety’s Dirt, Ellen DeGeneres and his wife, Portia de Rossi, 49, sold their Montecito home for $13.5 million in April 2022. The couple put the home on the market for $13.9 million in February after buying it off the market four months earlier. for $12 million. A retractable glass wall connects many of the interior spaces to outdoor entertaining areas and landscaped patios at DeGeneres’ 3,980 square foot property, listed by Riskin Partners Group.

Architectural Digest reported that DeGeneres and de Rossi have bought and sold at least 20 properties since 2003. There are two other Montecito cottages in Rossi-DeGeneres’ stable, as well as a beautiful horse ranch dating back to the 1800s. Besides buying Tom Ford’s former Bel Air estate, DeGeneres paid $29 million earlier this month.

Also Read: ‘Wait, Did You Say Wrong?’: Kim Kardashian Made Ellen Degeneres Eat Her Words After Degeneres Claimed Kim’s Son Psalm’s Giant Gold Chain Wasn’t Real

Source: People

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‘This Morning’ viewers upset as show ends early for budget https://daytimeemmys.tv/this-morning-viewers-upset-as-show-ends-early-for-budget/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 12:20:04 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/this-morning-viewers-upset-as-show-ends-early-for-budget/ This morning was cut short for the budget. (IVT) This Morning fans were upset when the show was cut short for the budget. At the start of Thursday’s installment of the ITV programme, hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield told viewers they would end earlier than usual, ending at 11.15am instead of the usual 12.30pm. […]]]>

This morning was cut short for the budget. (IVT)

This Morning fans were upset when the show was cut short for the budget.

At the start of Thursday’s installment of the ITV programme, hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield told viewers they would end earlier than usual, ending at 11.15am instead of the usual 12.30pm.

The show also tweeted: “We have a slightly shorter show for you today as we’ll hand over to ITV News for budget coverage at 11.15am but we’re with you on ITV1 and STV until then . , then join us!”

Read more: This morning receives complaints about Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield regarding the queue

However, many viewers were annoyed by the move to watch Chancellor Jeremy Hunt unveil his autumn statement and said they would have preferred to stick with the day’s favourite.

The show ended more than an hour early.  (IVT)

The show ended more than an hour early. (IVT)

“We’ll put it back then, we have many options to watch the budget if we want…” one person tweeted.

Another said: ‘So they put #ThisMorning on for the #AutumnBudget why not keep the news on the news channels, there’s enough of it.’

“I needed to feel good today and not see any depressing news, someone else said.

One person wrote: ‘Raise your hand if you’d rather have an hour more of #ThisMorning than media coverage of the Chancellor’s statement.

They then added a GIF that read, “That would be me.”

‘Don’t we have news channels and the BBC if we want to watch the budget,’ asked another weary viewer.

Read more: Alison Hammond teases bid for Christmas number one

One fan called for Willoughby and Schofield to be put back together, tweeting: “Yesterday loose women talked about how the news depressed them.

“Well, this fall budget is making me depressed.”

Watch: Phillip Schofield says he has nothing to apologize for in line

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LONGEVITY WILL BE FEATURED ON THE NATIONAL UNION TAMRON HALL SHOW, BROOKE BURKE WILL APPEAR TO DISCUSS LONGEVITY SUPER FOOD IN TWO SEGMENTS. https://daytimeemmys.tv/longevity-will-be-featured-on-the-national-union-tamron-hall-show-brooke-burke-will-appear-to-discuss-longevity-super-food-in-two-segments/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 13:30:00 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/longevity-will-be-featured-on-the-national-union-tamron-hall-show-brooke-burke-will-appear-to-discuss-longevity-super-food-in-two-segments/ NEW YORK, November 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Forever Brands, a wholly owned subsidiary of ZA Group, Inc (OTC: ZAAG), announces Brooke Burke will appear on the Tamron Hall talk show. Known as Syndications’ highest-end talk show, the Tamron Hall the show has over 16,000,000 monthly viewers. Longevity will be featured in two segments where Brooke […]]]>

NEW YORK, November 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Forever Brands, a wholly owned subsidiary of ZA Group, Inc (OTC: ZAAG), announces Brooke Burke will appear on the Tamron Hall talk show. Known as Syndications’ highest-end talk show, the Tamron Hall the show has over 16,000,000 monthly viewers. Longevity will be featured in two segments where Brooke will discuss longevity and its benefits. People can find out more by clicking this link: Tuesday 15.11.2022Tamron Hall Show

Tamron Hall is a two-time Emmy®-winning journalist, author and producer – Tamron Hall is executive producer and host of the nationally broadcast talk showTamron Hall“, who is in his fourth. Hall, received the 2022 Daytime Emmy® Award for Outstanding Informational Talk Show Host.

“With sixteen million viewers a month, nearly half a million Facebook followers and approximately three hundred thousand Instagram followers, this is an incredible opportunity to showcase Longevity and introduce our product to millions of people on our target market. We’ve been very good at optimizing our sales process, increasing ad spend and this show could put us at the top quickly.” Jeffrey M. CanouseCEO of Forever Brands.

Longevity is a plant-based, nutrient-dense, wheat-, gluten-, and dairy-free superfood powder. Our superfood blends can be part of your daily routine and help simplify your wellness with an online subscription. Longevity provides better energy, focus, stamina and recovery, with users seeing immediate, tangible results within 7-10 days of regular use.

We only use organic ingredients and work to get all of our ingredients certified organic. Change starts with conscious ingredients. We use a blend of ingredients including raw cacao, goji berries, flax seeds and chia, to name a few. You can see all the ingredients on our website Shop – Longevity by Body of Brooke Burke There are different purchase prices depending on whether you buy 1, 2, 3 or more bags at once – and be sure to buy our personalized shaker.

The global superfoods market size has been estimated at $137.0 billion in 2018 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.9% through 2025. (Source: Grand View Research) and 70% of business leaders say subscription business models will be key to their prospects in the coming years. forthcoming (Source: Global Banking and Financial Review).

About Forever Brands Inc:

Forever Brands is a brand and business development accelerator company. The company focuses on certain consumer goods segments that are considered underserved and offer significant growth opportunities for our company.

About Brooke Burke and Body of Brooke Burke:

Brooke Burke holds many titles, including mother of four, author, cancer survivor, entrepreneur, fitness educator, philanthropist and television personality. Brooke is recognized for numerous television appearances on the network, most recently known for winning season seven and hosting seasons 10-17 of Dancing with the Stars. A social media influencer with nearly 4 million combined followers, Burke was named by Forbes as one of America’s top ten moms to watch. She’s a content creator, fitness influencer, and health and wellness host of all things. Brookes is an advocate for women’s health and a trusted voice. In 2019, Brooke brought her lifelong commitment to health and wellness to ALL bodies by launching Body of Brooke Burke (BB Body), a digital gym available in all app stores and on a variety of streaming platforms. BB Body offers original content for the mind, body and soul as well as original recipes, seasonal challenges and LIVE classes.

About ZA Group, Inc. (ZAAG) ZA Group, Inc. is a company specializing in acquisitions of emerging industries, with an emphasis on direct-to-consumer apparel and the manufacturing of self-sufficient farms. His goal is to take his brands to the next level, whether to own, license or manage. Currently, ZA Group, Inc. owns 100% of the Forever brands, 60% of E-Roots Manufacturing, Inc., to manufacture self-contained vertically integrated trusses, and NFID as a wholly owned subsidiary, an online outlet offering clothes (visit the website).

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Food Network star Rachael Ray to film her talk show in Wilmington in February https://daytimeemmys.tv/food-network-star-rachael-ray-to-film-her-talk-show-in-wilmington-in-february/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 19:31:33 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/food-network-star-rachael-ray-to-film-her-talk-show-in-wilmington-in-february/ It has already been announced that culinary star and TV talk show host Rachael Ray will be coming to Wilmington in February for the annual fundraising events held for the Girls Leadership Academy of Wilmington, or GLOW. Now, those who attend the breakfast to be held on February 10, 2023 could be part of the […]]]>

It has already been announced that culinary star and TV talk show host Rachael Ray will be coming to Wilmington in February for the annual fundraising events held for the Girls Leadership Academy of Wilmington, or GLOW.

Now, those who attend the breakfast to be held on February 10, 2023 could be part of the Rachael Ray show.

Ray and Emeril Lagasse are set to participate in a series of fundraising cooking events hosted by Beacon Education, a non-profit equitable education foundation supporting GLOW, and Spark Academy, a coeducational and mixed-income preschool center that will open next year.

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PreviouslyWilmington’s GLOW Academy Launches Exclusive Supper Club in New Era of Culinary Fundraising

After:Staying local: This Brunswick County farm revamps its 5th-generation beef business

Events include a limited-seat private dinner on February 9, as well as a gourmet breakfast and four-course lunch held at Landfall Country Club on February 10. Lunch is sold out, but there are still tickets available for breakfast – which will be filmed for a segment of Ray’s talk show.

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Fireworks cause significant stress to wild birds, say Cambridge researchers https://daytimeemmys.tv/fireworks-cause-significant-stress-to-wild-birds-say-cambridge-researchers/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 06:00:00 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/fireworks-cause-significant-stress-to-wild-birds-say-cambridge-researchers/ One of the first scientific studies to examine whether fireworks disturb wildlife found that they can cause significant stress to wild birds. Research by Dr Claudia Wascher of Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) found that the heart rate of geese increased by 96% and body temperature increased significantly after a display. The study indicates the importance […]]]>

One of the first scientific studies to examine whether fireworks disturb wildlife found that they can cause significant stress to wild birds.

Research by Dr Claudia Wascher of Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) found that the heart rate of geese increased by 96% and body temperature increased significantly after a display.

The study indicates the importance of not staging fireworks in key wildlife areas.

Greylag geese at Almsee, Austria. Photo: Dr. Claudia Wascher, ARU

Researchers fitted temporary transmitters to 20 wild greylag geese (Anser anser) at Almsee, a lake in Upper Austria, where nearby villages hold midnight fireworks to mark the New Year.

By measuring physiological stress signals, they found that the average heart rate of geese rose from 63 to 124 beats per minute – up 96% – while the average body temperature rose from 38°C to 39°C – up 3% – between midnight and 1 a.m. .

Between 1 a.m. and 2 a.m. after the fireworks had ended, their average heart rate was still 31% higher than normal and their body temperature remained 3% higher. In fact, it took about five hours for normal body temperature to return.

The geese, which are part of a resident population at Almsee, were affected regardless of age, showing that they do not become immune to fireworks over time.

Dr Wascher, Associate Professor in the School of Life Sciences at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) and lead author of the study published in Conservation Physiology, said: “Ours is one of the first scientific studies to consider whether fireworks disturb wildlife. There have been previous studies showing that fireworks can cause anxiety in pets, for example in dogs, but little research has been done on how wild animals react.

“In Austria, the New Year’s fireworks start at midnight and last for several minutes. We believe that the increase in physiological stress recorded over several hours is a combination of the increase in physical activity caused by the flight of the geese during the setting off of the fireworks and the psychological stress. This causes the birds to expend extra energy at a time of year when food is scarce.

The Cambridge fireworks display takes place on Midsummer Common.  Photo: Keith Hepell
The Cambridge fireworks display takes place on Midsummer Common. Photo: Keith Hepell

“We need to conduct further research to conclusively determine whether geese respond to noise or light pollution from fireworks, or a combination of both.

“A lot of people really enjoy fireworks, but it’s important that we consider animals – both pets and wildlife – when planning a show. It is clear from our study that we should definitely avoid using fireworks in areas with high wildlife populations.

A study of fireworks in the Netherlands between 2007 and 2019 found that thousands of birds took flight for 45 minutes after New Year’s Eve fireworks at altitudes of 500 meters, well above above their daytime flight altitude.

And hundreds of dead starlings have been found after New Year’s Eve celebrations in Rome in 2021.

Writing in The Conversation, Dr Wascher noted: “The exact reasons why they died are unknown, but we know that loud noises cause panic reactions in animals that could be fatal if they hit obstacles or lose and become separated from their herd.

“We also know that wild animals suffer from chronic stress, fertility problems and change their migration routes in response to noise. Animals may also be more sensitive to noise than humans and have different hearing ranges.

Pet owners have long understood that fireworks can cause distress and worry to their pets.

But as awareness of the impact on wildlife grows, some places have reconsidered their displays.

Center Parcs, the British holiday park company, has banned them from its land to protect wildlife and is lighting up its forests with an enchanted light garden instead.

Herefordshire Council, partly in response to animal welfare concerns, also banned loud fireworks on council-owned land in January 2022.

Laser and drone light shows have become increasingly popular alternatives, with the global drone light show market expected to grow by 18.2% through 2027.


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I was an intern for years before I got a radio show —Do2dtun https://daytimeemmys.tv/i-was-an-intern-for-years-before-i-got-a-radio-show-do2dtun/ Sun, 06 Nov 2022 02:16:01 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/i-was-an-intern-for-years-before-i-got-a-radio-show-do2dtun/ Hypeman and Radio Personality Oladotun Kayode AKA Do2dtun Tells BABATUNDE TUGBOBO about his career and other issues How has your broadcasting journey begun? For me, the broadcast was no accident. I majored in mass communication while in college and have always loved radio and television as my dad always made me watch popular shows at […]]]>

Hypeman and Radio Personality Oladotun Kayode AKA Do2dtun Tells BABATUNDE TUGBOBO about his career and other issues

How has your broadcasting journey begun?

For me, the broadcast was no accident. I majored in mass communication while in college and have always loved radio and television as my dad always made me watch popular shows at the time such as food basketand Rooster crow at dawn, I then knew many broadcasters such as Jimmy Abu, Razak Lawal, Yinka Craig and Frank Oliseh. But then becoming a broadcaster was difficult. I was a trainee for a long time. I used to label compact discs and slept on the floor at night. That’s how I climbed the ladder. It took me a while though. I started out on the night show and worked my way up to daytime radio.

What motivated your decision to create the dance group called “Xtreme”?

Dancing was my first love. It was in a school that I understood that entertainment was so limited. People were so in love with their books, and I loved dancing ever since I was in high school. I told myself that I wanted to have a dance group, in which I would bring my stereo to school every day, put it in an open space and dance. That’s how I formed the dance group and people started joining. The band had a guy called Don Flex, who is currently a choreographer with P-Square.

Did you imagine the band would be as big as it eventually became?

In fact, it was just for fun. But, we started to see that we had prospects. However, we never really got past school. The only thing was that the group members became individual stars. Everyone started making music videos. I worked with DJ Zeez on the song, Nor even; and D’banj on Why me. I was also in a few other videos. We all had individual strength, but we never got past school.

How will you compare the music industry then and now?

It’s very different now. Let’s take dance as an example. When I was dancing, it was exciting work. Nobody wanted to be paid but they wanted to have dancers. It was not a respected profession as it is now. The musicians have talent but the dancers deploy a lot of energy to achieve each movement. That’s why today a music video is almost incomplete without a dance clip. There are a lot of songs that have gone far simply because they added a dance routine to it. You can imagine what dancing is like now. People live off it now.

You left the dance group Xtreme to join Ignite. What motivated your decision to leave the band?

I left because I wanted to enter the mainstream. At that time, Ruggedman was someone who enjoyed dancing. We had people like P-Square, who also embraced dance. As far as I’m concerned, they actually marketed the profession, although Daddy Showkey and Baba Fryo did a good job before that time. Ignite was a mainstream dance group growing at that time, and that’s why I joined them.

It took you three years as an intern before the opportunity arose for you to host a radio show. How have these three years of waiting been for you?

It was three years of endless darkness and hope. I never really thought I was going to make it. I’ve been through a lot to get to where I am. But, I just wanted to get into the system and I persevered.

Your nickname is the “energy gad”. Where does your energy come from?

My energy is given by God. I was a very active child. I can have a conversation with someone for three hours without getting tired.

How did you feel when the opportunity finally presented itself?

I felt like I had waited too long for it, so the excitement was when I was considered doing daytime radio. Before that, I was on the night show doing a show called Straight Talk, where I was talking to people about suicide. I used to talk to people who had bad marriages and relationships; as well as people who are depressed and suffer from insomnia. Imagine being on the radio for five hours at night. It was fun! It was more about helping others dream while realizing my own. But, at the end of the day, my goal was that I wanted to be on the radio during the day.

You have anchored many shows and concerts. Which was the most difficult for you?

The hardest part was an event I did that the person didn’t like. I had to bow down for the lady in front of her children. Everyone at the salon loved it, but she didn’t, and because she was the boss, she didn’t book me in for the following year.

Which show/concert was the most memorable for you?

My most memorable concerts are all star trek concerts I gave.

What does music represent for you?

For me, music is life. It is a wheel of change. It changes the dispensation and the minds of the people.

You recently became a voting member of the Grammys. What does this mean to you?

This is the absolute crown I need as a person. I feel like I helped grow afrobeats in Nigeria, that was the crown I needed. It allows me to have a better relationship with other people in the same space. It opens my mind to do whatever I can. I’m glad it’s happening now, after all my hard work over the years.

How will this Grammy membership affect your brand and, by extension, the music industry?

He will grow. I am not a member for one year but for five years. This means that Nigeria is also part of the global music conversation. This will give many young people and people in my company the opportunity to project themselves beyond who they are.

What sets you apart from others in your profession?

First, my energy. Second, my track record; and third, my resilience. I’ve been here almost two decades and I’m still going strong.

How do you relax?

I spend time with my children when I have the chance.

Do you cook?

I don’t cook but I like to try new things. I’m not a bad cook; but I’m not a great cook either.

What is your favorite color?

My favorite color is black.

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Karrueche talks about the star of the new upcycled fashion contest “Upcycle” | New https://daytimeemmys.tv/karrueche-talks-about-the-star-of-the-new-upcycled-fashion-contest-upcycle-new/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 19:11:08 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/karrueche-talks-about-the-star-of-the-new-upcycled-fashion-contest-upcycle-new/ Karrueche was styled and profiled in Hollywood for years before becoming an actress and one of today’s fashion models. The 34-year-old model started out as a personal shopper for numerous celebrities, with clients ranging from Logic at Ugo Mozie. The actress continued to build her acting resume, landing three Daytime Emmy Awards wins for the […]]]>

Karrueche was styled and profiled in Hollywood for years before becoming an actress and one of today’s fashion models. The 34-year-old model started out as a personal shopper for numerous celebrities, with clients ranging from Logic at Ugo Mozie.

The actress continued to build her acting resume, landing three Daytime Emmy Awards wins for the production of a web series entitled The Bay, in which she also starred. Only when she synced with Niece Nash to share the screen in her breakout role as Virginia Loc on Claws and now return to the Peacock original Bel-Air playing Hilary’s friend, Ivy.

The star is now returning to her fashion roots in her new project Upcycle Nation, which is a reinvented and repurposed fashion contest featuring budding designers from across the country who must transform previously discarded items into one-of-a-kind garments. The former stylist hosts the series, with Peder Cho (viral innovator and upcycling pioneer) and Jerome LaMaar (Creative Director for Beyonce, Kimora Lee Simmonsand others) sitting as judges.

In a fashionable conversation, Karrueche chats with BET.com on its hosting functions on Upcycle Nation and shares the acting skills she learned from Niecy Nash.

Before we dive into the loaded commentary, we started the conversation off by simply asking how the actress was feeling at the time, what she enjoyed and shared, she’s never often asked that question.

“I’m fine and I love that you ask that by the way because I feel like they don’t ask me during interviews,” the actress said.

“Life is good. It’s busy but slow at the same time, but good things are happening. I was at the wakanda forever premiere, and it was amazing. The movie is so good. There are so many juicy bits. Wait to see it.

As we pivoted from our excitement about the next Black Panther sequel, she went on and told BET.com what makes her new fashion contest UpCycle Nation innovative.

“There is no other fashion contest based on reuse and recycling, she said.

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“There are a lot of upcycles in the world like Peter Cho, who is a judge on the show. The best part of the show is that we’re educating people and saving the planet. People don’t realize the effects of fashion and its waste on our planet – a lot of these old fabrics and pieces are thrown into landfills affecting our world I can even talk a lot about fast fashion, which I love because it’s affordable for girls who can’t afford designer items – growing up I couldn’t afford Gucci, Bottega Vanetta or those luxury pieces, so as long as we have those brands that can deliver some of those looks, they’re producing at a pace so fast it’s killing our planet. With UpCycle, it’s creative and it’s fun to watch.

There are so many fashion icons among us right now, and the actress has shared her favorite from then and now.

“At the time, I think of Cher, Madonna and Diana Ross — the divas,” she said.

“I would also go back to the 90s when we had Destiny’s Child and TLC. Now we have Zendaya, Marsai Martin and Solange, which is one of my favorites. There are so many.”

All the girls mentioned continue to stick around and get a piece like Karrueche herself. So how does she balance all of this? The producer says BET.com it’s about prioritizing.

“I would say balance — a bit of prioritization with work first and everything else will follow in places like working out, massages and cooking, she said.

“Sometimes I stay in bed all day when I have nothing to do. We have to listen to our body. These days there’s a thought process where we have to work, and if you don’t create or produce, you’re ‘failing’ or ‘not being productive’, which is physically and mentally draining. When we are allowed to sit around the house and watch TV, let’s take advantage of those times because it can be difficult – it’s important for us to listen to what our minds and bodies are telling us.

The Bel-Air the actress pivots in our conversation and shares how she would like to pull pieces of Tracee Ellis Ross‘ closet if she had to start her personal purchases again.

“She’s bodied, androgynous, and all things like her mama,” she laughed.

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“She creates moments with hair and glamor – it’s beautiful. I’d love to see what her closet looks like. I know it’s fabulous.

While waiting for Tracee’s closet invite, we peek into Karruche’s closet and she lets BET.com know that this fashion season is all about denim.

“Denim is top notch, and it’s everywhere,” she said.

“I wore a few denim pieces. Sami Miro released a denim collection in which she recycled a few pieces using Levi’s denim scraps. Hudson and Zoe Castello also collaborated with an all-denim line. Mix and match denim, and it’s cool because it can be a day or night look.

Niece Nash has been a hot topic lately for his performance in Dahmer, and social media is already getting buzz in the Academy’s ears to nominate the actress for an Emmy.

Karrueche allows BET.com find out about their work experience with Reno: 911 star and an acting strength she learned from the veteran.

“Working with Niecy is so much fun,” says Tran.

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“She’s such a character – what you see on TV is what you get. She can be a mother, big sister, or housewife. We had so much fun shooting Claws and it was a blessing to work alongside him and with the cast as Carrie Preston and Harold Perrineau. I remember just before Niecy started filming the show, she was shooting Scream Queens and I remember she left the set at midnight and had to be somewhere else at 7am. Her bustle was different but I always kept that in mind – Miss Mamas works hard and if she gets by I can’t complain because that’s life. If you want to be great and be on the level, you have to put in the work and go all the way. She’s one of the hardest working women out there – she kills it.

Before leaving the Daytime Emmy Awards the recipient leaves the chat, BET.com had to get the scoop on Bel-Air and the antics her character Ivy gets into for season two.

“Ivy is getting a little spicy this season,” she revealed.

“We are still filming and we are almost halfway through filming the episodes. She’s got her business and she does it – she’s like one of those Instagram girls who walks around in her Bottega Vanetta [laughs]. She’ll mind her own business, which is good, but it can be a little shady since she puts herself first – you’ll see [laughs].

She then ends the conversation with a beauty tip for everyone to “dress for you” and your body type. The Bel-Air The actress encourages people to “find out what works for you” and stay “confident” about your appearance.

You can look Upcycle Nation Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT on FuseTV.

*This interview has been edited for length and clarity

Ty Cole is a New York-based entertainment journalist and writer for BET.com covering pop culture, music and lifestyle. Follow his latest thoughts on Twitter @IamTyCole.

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Can a new morning show with Don Lemon help turn CNN around? https://daytimeemmys.tv/can-a-new-morning-show-with-don-lemon-help-turn-cnn-around/ Sat, 29 Oct 2022 12:00:28 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/can-a-new-morning-show-with-don-lemon-help-turn-cnn-around/ To call 2022 an eventful year for CNN is an understatement. The news network lost its top leader when Jeff Zucker quit for failing to disclose a relationship with his chief marketing officer. Senior management at new parent company Warner Bros. Discovery publicly questioned CNN’s political leanings and called for a move to the center. […]]]>

To call 2022 an eventful year for CNN is an understatement.

The news network lost its top leader when Jeff Zucker quit for failing to disclose a relationship with his chief marketing officer. Senior management at new parent company Warner Bros. Discovery publicly questioned CNN’s political leanings and called for a move to the center. CNN’s streaming service was quickly shut down after its launch, ratings plummeted and the company’s mandate to cut costs for the newly merged company now has employees fearing layoffs by the end of the year.

The hits keep coming. On Friday, employees were told CNN no longer buys docu-series and movies from outside producers, who in recent years have given the network a library of award-winning (and advertiser-friendly) content like “RBG,” which chronicled the career of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

As the behind-the-scenes drama unfolds, CNN anchors will have to put on a happy face Tuesday when the curtain goes up on a new morning show. “CNN This Morning” is the first major initiative of CNN Chairman Chris Licht, who took the reins in April after a successful run at CBS, where he transformed the network’s morning news program and talk show. Late Night by Stephen Colbert.

“CNN This Morning” will be co-anchored by Don Lemon, Poppy Harlow and Kaitlan Collins – all familiar faces to network viewers. The program has the dual task of improving ratings in a competitive time frame while tackling the network image problem.

For years, CNN bore the brunt of former President Trump’s efforts to demonize any media that criticized him. Unfairly or not, this gave the impression to some that the network had shifted to the political left.

Statements by the CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery, David Zaslav, that the network should move away from political advocacy and appeal to Republicans and Democrats has liberal critics on high alert. Some have suggested on social media that CNN is suing conservative Fox News viewers. (It’s a tough case to make if you recently watched CNN anchor Jake Tapper spend 45 minutes listening to journalist Bob Woodward explain why Trump is a danger to democracy.)

One of the goals of “CNN This Morning” will be to build public confidence in the network as a trusted and unbiased merchant of truth. Collins, who joined the network as a White House correspondent in 2017, offers anecdotal evidence that it is possible.

Collins, 30, grew up in the politically dark red state of Alabama, where her family’s viewing preferences were ingrained.

“CNN This Morning” co-anchor Kaitlan Collins, left, interviews President Trump in 2018. Collins, 30, is the youngest White House correspondent in network history.

(Jabin Botsford/Washington Post)

“When I started working for CNN, my family was like, ‘What about Fox News?’ because that’s what they traditionally watched,” she said in a recent Zoom chat alongside her co-anchors. “It’s been fascinating. Since I started working at CNN, my dad watches every day. He turns it on in his office, and all of his employees watch. It was fun to come home and see this story in the south of what CNN is dissing when they watch it.

Lemon, 56, joins “CNN This Morning” after airing a primetime show for eight years. He often harshly called out Trump on his agenda, leading to speculation he wouldn’t fit into the network’s plans to walk away from commentary. Instead, he finds himself at the front of Licht’s first attempt to present a vision of what CNN will take forward.

“It was largely bull…” Lemon said of the industry’s talk of his future. “People love palace intrigue. At no time was it given to me that I was going to lose my job and change anything about what I was doing.

Lemon is an all-around broadcaster, experienced in reporting breaking news while having enough pop culture savvy to fill in as a guest host for Wendy Williams’ daytime talk show.

“He’s a nice guy who’s very comfortable in front of a camera,” said Mark Whitaker, a veteran journalist and former cable news editor. “I think he has more of a morning personality than a prime time personality.”

Lemon has heard it before. “That’s what everyone says,” he said. “But we’ll see.”

Lemon also has an easy relationship with Harlow — they’re friends who were thrown together without a screen test or a pass. When Harlow, 40, announced last year that she was taking a nine-month hiatus from her daytime co-anchor position to earn a law degree from Yale, Lemon was the first co-worker to call her and to encourage him.

Lemon and Harlow worked with Collins. She frequently appeared on their programs during her time on the White House beat, where her persistence drew the ire of the Trump administration.

“Part of being a great presenter is being a great reporter and Kaitlin is a great reporter — period, Lemon said.

They all believe their roots outside of the New York and Washington media bubbles — Lemon is from Louisiana, while Harlow is from Minnesota — will help them connect with a wide range of viewers across the country.

“I think of my friends with their kids in the kitchen in Minneapolis as I interview a senator,” said Harlow, who also covered the business for the network.

Ryan Kadro, senior vice president of content strategy for CNN, said much of the network’s business reporting will be featured first on “CNN This Morning” and will help set the news agenda for the rest of the day.

“CNN This Morning” will also delve more into the network’s use of reporting, particularly from its international bureaus. The program will provide long live reporting on stories that develop overnight, leveraging CNN’s resources around the world and its stature as a global news brand.

Still, CNN competitors — and some insiders — are questioning the new management team’s decision to revamp a morning program as its top agenda.

Prime time is when cable news gets its biggest audience. CNN is far behind longtime leader Fox News in prime time with overall audiences, while battling with MSNBC for second place in the 25-54 age group that advertisers are looking for in news broadcasts.

In the morning, CNN competes not only with “Fox & Friends” on Fox News and “Morning Joe” on MSNBC, but also with the broadcast network’s three morning programs that offer local news and weather from their affiliates in addition of national coverage. The habits of morning viewers are hard to change, and the ratings generally move at a freezing pace.

Poppy Harlow

Poppy Harlow joined CNN in 2008.

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CNN has a particularly steep hill to climb. In 2022, the network averaged 414,000 viewers with “New Day” — its lowest morning viewership since 2015 — compared to 1.36 million for “Fox & Friends” and 839,000 for “Morning Joe.”

But new management teams tend to adopt the formats they’ve been successful with in the past. Licht developed “Morning Joe,” a signature show for MSNBC that was recently expanded to four hours, and “CBS This Morning,” which saw its ratings grow every year until co-host Charlie Rose was fired. for allegations of sexual harassment. (The program has since been renamed “CBS Mornings”.)

Both programs have earned a reputation as smarter alternatives to the typically windy morning television genre.

“Given Chris’ background and creating really interesting meaningful programming in the mornings, it makes sense,” said Kadro, who worked with Licht at CBS News. “You have to start somewhere.”

Whitaker thinks the morning format gives CNN more flexibility to make a statement about who it wants to be. Prime-time cable news depends on political talking heads responding to daytime news most nights.

“You have a much wider palette to paint with in the morning in the type of subjects you can cover and the tone you can cover them in,” Whitaker said.

Kadro expects CNN to be patient with the program ratings. It took more than a year for “CBS This Morning” to gain traction with viewers after its launch in 2012.

CNN management has tried not to focus on the network’s declining viewership levels as Licht charts its strategy for the organization’s future. All three major cable news networks posted year-over-year ratings losses in the third quarter of 2022, but CNN fell the most with a 17% decline compared to 13% for Fox News and 11 % for MSNBC.

Nevertheless, the network still has a strong reputation with advertisers. Many sponsors don’t want to be associated with bold cable opinion shows that draw the largest audiences to conservative Fox News and progressive MSNBC.

As a result, CNN, the original cable news brand, is still able to command a higher rate for its advertising time, earning more dollars per thousand viewers than its competitors. Licht wants to preserve this advantage.

CNN’s stature also matters when its owners negotiate pay-TV distribution fees, which make up more than half of its revenue.

CNN has made a $1 billion annual profit in recent years under Zucker. It won’t reach that plateau this year in part because of the investment made in the CNN+ streaming service which was shut down by Warner Bros. Discovery just three weeks after its launch.

Can it get back above that level of profit while restoring its reputation as a direct news agency in a highly polarized political environment? The first chapter of this story begins on Tuesday.

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