For the season four premiere of her nationally syndicated talk show, EMMY-WINNING HOST TAMRON HALL DEBUTES A NEW GOLDEN LOOK AND THEME.
With a fresh new look to go along with the new “golden hour” theme for the show, “Tamron Hall” is kicking off its fourth season. According to Tamron, this is a time when “we are illuminated inside and out together, where we laugh, discover, become inspired, learn to overcome challenges, and live our lives like they are golden.”
Tamron credited the actors of the popular STARZ drama “P-Valley,” with inspiring her new hairdo, claiming that she had been “obsessed” with the show all summer. In order to discuss the ground-breaking series, Nicco Annan, Shannon Thornton, J. Alphonse Nicholson, and Gail Bean sat down with Tamron after the season two premiere of “P-Valley” broke all previous records. Nicholson remarked on the day he first met Patti LaBelle and was visibly moved by the outpouring of support for his rendition of “Lil’ Murda” The cast also talked about how much they enjoyed working on the show with Pulitzer Prize–winning creator Katori Hall, the value of the show’s accurate depiction of the South, and the importance of raising awareness of real–life issues there, particularly the clean water crises in Jackson, Mississippi.
The “golden hour” was filled with enthusiasm and excitement as Tamron fulfilled a young woman’s hopes. With Tamron’s assistance and her own exceptional talent, Princess Grant, a musical theater student with sickle cell anemia, was able to land a walk-on role in the popular Broadway production of “Aladdin.” After the big announcement, Princess and her mother Nichole joined Tamron to talk about the incredible chance and experience. Caren Gandelman, a worthy assistant principal, had a “glow-up” makeover from Tamron’s glam squad as she wrapped out the debut event. After the big announcement of the makeover, Tamron surprised Gandelman even more by giving her and her family a Disney Cruise Line gift.
Here are Tamron Hall’s highlights for the rest of the week. Please be aware that the lineup could change.
Wednesday, September 7: Three months after the horrific Uvalde school shooting, Tamron makes a daytime exclusive trip back to her native Texas to speak with survivors who are coping with guilt and grief as they prepare for the start of a new school year, as well as parents who lost their daughters in the Robb Elementary attack.
Thursday, September 8: Enduring betrayal In the Discovery+ docuseries “House Of Hammer,” Casey Hammer, the estranged aunt of actor Armie Hammer, discusses why she supports victims of abuse in a daytime exclusive interview. A new Netflix documentary’s subject, “The Most Hated Man on the Internet,” was also taken down by his mother. Additionally, there is a woman who exposes the issue of instructors molesting their charges in our high schools.
Friday, September 9: With his self-control and discipline-based philosophy, best-selling author and influencer Ryan Holiday aids the TamFam in discovering their life’s purpose in his upcoming book, “Discipline Is Destiny: The Power of Self-Control.” In addition, R&B legend Tank discusses his decision to make his latest album, “R&B Money,” his final record and how he lost his hearing. Additionally, the multi-Grammy Award-winning, platinum-selling singer-songwriter gave a moving performance.
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