Hall returns to TV with talk show

We’ve missed you, Tamron Hall!

According to The Hollywood Reporterthe former Today Show and MSNBC host is “partnering with Weinstein Television for a new daytime talk show” that is currently in development. Set to feature a range of topics, from current events to celebrity interviews,   THR says the daily talk show will be filmed before a live studio audience.

Hall will also take on several leadership roles in the production of the show, says THR, signing onto the project not only as the host but also as its co-creator and executive producer, while Barry Wallach, former NBC Domestic Television Distribution president, will act as a consultant to the show.

TWC co-chairman Harvey Weinstein explained in a statement that while he has been looking to develop a talk show for a while, he needed to find the right person for the job, and for him, that person is Hall.

“She’s an exceptionally talented journalist whose interviews masterfully walk the line between entertainment and hard hitting,” he said, according to THR. “We couldn’t be more thrilled to begin this new venture with her.”

And we couldn’t be more thrilled to have Tamron back on television.

 

Hall learns to overcome her hair haters

After getting her hair cut to resemble that of Anita Baker’s when she was 18 years old, Today show anchor and MSNBC host Tamron Hall kept the same style ever since, according to People magazine. However, Hall told Today.com that while she loved her haircut, others thought otherwise once she stepped before national audiences on television.

“I remember reading the cruelest, most awful thing about my hair online,” she explained to Today.com, according to People. “A person speculated about who I was as a person and even read into my personal life based solely off my hairstyle. He or she said I must be lazy because I have short hair. It was just devastating.”

The comments even led to her trying to grow her hair out to shoulder-length, says People — that is, until she learned to not let the negative comments influence her hair decisions. Once her mother mentioned Hall’s hair when she was letting it grow out, she decided to go back to her cropped pixie style.

“I’ve finally learned that this is what I like, and this is how I look best. And that’s great,” she said, according to People.

Once you learn to own who are, negative comments can roll right off you. To read more about Hall’s story, click here.