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Going Through It

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"tamron hall" Discussed on Going Through It

Going Through It

05:32 min | Last month

"tamron hall" Discussed on Going Through It

"Don't know if this is a obvious question to ask our about TV do the opposite of TV, do podcasts the thing communication you're talking true only with the podcast I usually don't have to be the only difference is I have to wear fake I. Aged. That's it. This is a treat for me. I'm really enjoying it. Started my of day I will cry. Thank you. Not After give you for line and my face. It's okay. You did I respect that? Tells me about the differences in formats of TB. So you're doing days MTV. You're also doing a true crime show and you've got all this journalism. Yes. Be experienced like what's the biggest? Shame honestly because the true crime shows in its six season and I've been doing that after the murder of my sister in two thousand and four and my sister was murdered at his unsolved. Thank you and to add. I knew that she was a victim of domestic violence for many years. The person in her home was the only suspect but never charged and I happened to be at the time talking to the own network about starting some kind of show with them and we couldn't figure out the right thing and then I got in a conversation with David Zaslov who's the head of discovery communications. Which owns own network and he asked me about my family at home about a sister just talking, and then you know turned into this crime show came in turn into a foundation in honor of my sister and to support survivors and children and family of domestic violence. So we have that show which is a part of my soul, but also part of my journey as a journalist. and. The daytime talk shows that same thing it's a different I tell people the reason why I love doing the news is that you can't make up live TV. So we try to topical off the top, and then for example, next week we're doing love and relationships when I pitched the show to Disney and they've been so supported. Said daytime TV. So it's supposed to be about people talking and what's there is very Adore Ellen and Kelly Clarkson we're both you know living Burleson Texas and there's fun and there's variety and their court shows but the first thing that someone asks you when they sit down, are you dating are single? Yeah. Even the questions they're asking what is going on Nobody's talking about relationships in my friend Dr. Phil, if you're on his show talking about relations, one of Y'alls imprison. Like, not how do we talk about life? How do we talk about our journey? So that's been a big part of our show, the unpacking use rick, Ross's the example it's the unpacking. I think the interview we did with him was the best one of the series that he died because I was able to look him in his face and say, are you still getting high which nobody had asked him but you know it's one of those things where we're able to talk about it. You know. Some people frown upon the real housewives franchise but we have Cynthia Bailey coming on. She's found love in her fifties. They are adorable and I don't even like love ads on right you know. And so we're talking about the different layers of love and relationships I think this is one of the most fascinating conversation the trend of self partnering self marrying this Whole Generation of people twenty, five to forty five just deciding I'm good Tracy Ellis Ross was on my show and she basically said that she's in love with herself. I'm cool. So that's why she doesn't really like questions about relationships because she's like I'm good..

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"tamron hall" Discussed on Going Through It

Going Through It

04:47 min | Last month

"tamron hall" Discussed on Going Through It

"What? I'm afraid of. What? They make these assumptions that black people are monolith that we all have the same cultural journey and we do because you're black you're black, but you walk in different paths into live in the city. Like I used to call myself a country mouse number financial. Five, they dropped me my head. Spiral. and. So his big culture shock not only city ethnically I'm now introduced to black Muslims. Five. Hundred Center. That I'd never seen. So Philadelphia I, say all the time. Texas. Gave me my heart giving my soul. Because I'd never experienced anything like. It was lightning when you move to Philly did you have like experts Hakim now I can hear like bits of us I have an accent was it did you have a really big accident? We never had an accent. Never. I was a TV junkie. I grew up on Laverne Shirley. Happy days. What's happening the kids on what's happening didn't talk galet was happening. I that's why I always marvel at TV today in part of the journey with my show is that I remember turning on the radio and you could hear the Jackson five and Elton John on the same stage Schaja Turn it on the lineup and I adored Henry winklers character the fonz as much as I adored Raj in D. on have you. He was watch. TV was so blended and now one of the struggles I have with social media which I'm on is that it's the first time in our history that we cage ourselves we throw away the key and we surround ourselves with prisoners who think exactly like us when I was a kid I remember when MTV didn't play Michael Jackson and then all of. A. Sudden they played Michael Jackson and he made MTV. Yeah. my darling friend prints the Tom Controversy my black, my wife and my I'm gay I mean we talked about things in the music talked about things and I don't want to talk an old fogy now because don't get me wrong..

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"tamron hall" Discussed on Going Through It

Going Through It

04:34 min | Last month

"tamron hall" Discussed on Going Through It

"Like and I thought he was. The most amazing thing I dodged a bullet. And No, you know. The whole premise is that the universe conspires to give truly want the thing is that we don't always know what we truly want. That's my problem in life. That's all. You. Think you know but like remember that MTV you think you have no idea. Exactly like that. So it sounds like you've always been ready to say, yes to the thing whatever the thing is and things that I wanted to discuss is your move from lulling Texas early. In from Texas to Philadelphia I've to move to Philadelphia phillies. First, Big City I'm from Louisville Kentucky originally, I went to Grad school at Temple for two minutes, and I was like this was a mistake I wasn't getting any financial aid I was studying extremely. I should. But I WANNA talk that transition from Luliang to Philly you I get to Philly what was that like? Where were you? What were you? Saying things so tragic in my life. So Tragic Epidemic homelessness. Wow. So this is the eighties this crack. This was right as Bill Clinton was running for president. This was the beginning of the notion that crack babies. Welfare MOMS. So every image that you can imagine of black poverty was not being empathize with as we are current crisis. It was terrible and here I am one, thousand, five, hundred, twenty, eight miles door to door being driven in my dad's conversion van. We'd had epic argument because he refused to stop at Graceland. Elvis was racist and I said you have no proof of that and I was never gonNa again unless he took me to Graceland and he did not. With fried, chicken that he'd fried and we're white piece of bread meticulously wrapped up for me, my brother and my mom. And we drive in and we stop at the corner of Gerard Avenue and Broad Street. If you think you know what a hood looks like. You've never seen anything like this at that time it's beautiful. Now, Virginia vacation is something pull up to the corner and a man with a sign approaches when we're in a conversion van eighties roll down. And he says, Hi.

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"tamron hall" Discussed on Going Through It

Going Through It

03:37 min | Last month

"tamron hall" Discussed on Going Through It

"Ever feeling it more ever having a weak moment which have a lot I got on the plane to come here. And as much as outdoor you wanted to talk to you guys hang out and drink champagne. I'd much rather be in my bed with no makeup on with Moses in his Onesie, which is so dope and just Chitlins and I actually tweeted out something today his bottle was turned up and I was like last year turned up meant something different. So I think my mask right now is to try and not show how hard it is because I feel guilty. Saying, it's hard I'm sorry. I'm just processing what's behind my mask know what is Probably. Guilt in shame over things that I shouldn't similarly feel guilt and shame for for being too anxious for me and too depressed for not saying this one. I should have an Cetera like I. Feel like I have to keep like a brave face on all the time I. Feel that way but I wonder sometimes is that unique to women is that you need to black women but somebody that I've had in my life my hairstylist Gianni right he's in audience Johnny I met when he was eighteen, it was I was hosting an event. In Chicago, I was a local news anchor and he came over to me and he's like I was in my mom's. During hair and I told her I want to do that lady on the news. It just happened to be right here with you right now and really wanted to your hair and I said, if you mess my hair up, you'll never do hair again. But the universe conspired for us to meet and I took a chance and he ended up doing my hair for many years even came on my local show left me did Michelle Obama's hair for eight years created the bang look. He's here and single. and. And and then after finishing his work with the first family came back in my show, I tell that story say not to Brag on because I will because he's a part of my life because I do think you should brag on all of your friends and. Your life how on everybody in your life but I tell you that because this morning he said it was so weird camera and. He said I woke up and I looked out the beautiful day in the sun and I had this overwhelming moment of gratitude and I said I don't think I do that enough. Because I've been so focused on getting the right spot with the baby and my husband and I are new in our marriage and the show is new and I said, you know what you gotTa Stop to do it and I have to do that more so. Allegedly according to my therapist, gratitude actually changes your brain and your brain chemistry I believe that I do believe that she makes a lot of money. So I'm just like you know more than I do about it and I'm GonNa look route. One of the books that I always subscribe to is called the path of light I do when I was eighteen years old I still carry it around with me and it talks about the universe conspiring to give you truly what you want not what you think you want. So there's for example, you can be dating someone and you say our job. This job I really want this job and you don't get it and you like but I thought I did and then later you get something else and you're able to look back and say I really didn't want that. So when I look back at all the job interviews I went on and I didn't get to. It makes perfect sense now and Overti- relationship I'm like at thought I wanted to marry him. Oh my gosh all prison boot, camp? Is.

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"tamron hall" Discussed on Going Through It

Going Through It

04:12 min | Last month

"tamron hall" Discussed on Going Through It

"How does that sit in? Other. Than with my husband. Are, you kidding me? No, I don't i. don't like the notion of telling people that someone disrespected you. What does that mean? They top to you in a way that was unacceptable to you and I said it's unacceptable whether I could walk from the door or not. You know the difference in having a disagreement, but the notion that someone can disrespect you. Know they can't. My respect is not determined by what you say to me by how you treat me my respect is what I carry in my heart. It's who I see. It's my seven year old me and I don't say that as some kind of a Yann Levin Maya Angelou moment because I wish I was as amazing as either of them I say it because I come from nothing nothing. So what are you going to take from me? What do you wish people knew about this time in your life it ain't. Our they know when they turn it on they know she kept fighting and I'm trying to do a show every day. That's fun. That's enlightening. That's inspirational. That's you know conversations that you're having every day I. Want people no matter who they are to watch the show and see themselves in some capacity or like I had Rick Ross on the other day and I. And you know and there were some people you know because I have a nationally syndicated show. So you have a show that in New York and then it's a tiny town in some thinking. Oh, Lord somebody in Boise is be who roll. Guess what Rick Ross is a recovering addict. He was addicted to Scissor said that right? You did. He's a guy who faced a crossroad in his life. His Dad was actually both of his parents very educated but the street's called him into a decision that he made that he didn't have to make. White Black Hip hop country whatever redemption is relatable struggles are relatable whether it is an addiction to opioids alcohol a relationship whatever it is. These things are relatable and Rick Ross ended up being one of our highest rated shows because when you show humanity doesn't matter the voice and so our goal with a Rick Ross someone that everyone thinks they might identify with whomever that is. is to have a conversation because the men were able to talk. You're able to relate to people. So when people wonder where I am now. If, you turn it on I'm where I'm supposed to be that reminds me of a quote that I read in prepping for this episode and I remember something to the effect of once you saying once you take off your mask and I, take off my mask we can have a conversation what is behind your mask? Oh, currently I, think that I right now as I said of a six month old I'm juggling this show and things are going very well I probably mask how hard it is because like flying here to come for this trip having my son now six months old and my mind I'm thinking does he notice is he aware now? Oh, my gosh. Am I supposed to be a stay at home mom at this point you know wait a minute is it all worth it and my putting my salad? So you so I try not to talk about that as much because I am very, very, very, very fortunate to have a nanny I'm to have a mother who's healthy who's with my son right now sat after grandma shout out but I live in a socio economically diverse neighborhood and I know that a few blocks from me as a fifteen year old doing it completely by herself with no love with no support and here I am a few blocks over. Only syndicated talk show a nanny, a husband, a mom, and so I feel guilty..

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"tamron hall" Discussed on Going Through It

Going Through It

03:05 min | Last month

"tamron hall" Discussed on Going Through It

"So like the teeth coming, that's vulnerability the falling like these things that we all have in common these common theme dreams often all mean something vulnerability or feeling helpless like the whole naked in the room you wait those are all actual studied dreams and it's something about vulnerability, which is what we said women. Especially, women have a difficult time sharing in these workspaces because I feel like the underdog. -solutely. Well, I'm glad on therapy sessions, hundred dollars or you're welcome. I can save a little bit of money on next week. So. Yes. To go back to this moment, and then we're going to transition I. Promise after you've made your decision not to renew your contract, what was it like to still have to go to work until the moment that you did not have to go anymore I did it oh no, they ask me not to combat Oh. Yeah. I did not realize bloody business. Oh I didn't get a chance to say goodbye and a lot of people were quite upset about that. But I knew I would always have a chance to say hello again. and. Two and a half years later I was fortunate to partner with Disney and ABC and on September ninth two, thousand nineteen, I walked out and said hello again. see I love the story but it all sounds. So just like beautiful Mike tied up with the red ribbon no, it's not a Disney ending I don't fancy myself a sugar coating kind person that's how it happened. Yeah. An I have survived far more painful things. My grandfather was a sharecropper with a second grade education. I lost a TV job, which do you think is harder. In in that moment, was that a comfort or like did it take some time to link into that point like okay let me. Let me give my friends permission to talk to you on record. I. Judge Them Two ways people who called me who were not friends who were like Oh my God and other people call me and said I know you got something next? and honestly being forty-seven. Maybe if this had happened when I was twenty to twenty, five, twenty, seven, thirty, seven, I'm forty seven and I was not interested in throwing myself a pity party because I had done nothing wrong. And so it's not a Disney ending my partner and my ABC show. And it's not a Disney indy. It's at some point in your life. You gotTa stop running because I wasn't defeated. What was I going to be sad, mad afraid of I was worried because you want to be able to pay your bills but I was financially. Okay. My mother was I feel like disrespected like how dare they? No one can take your respect unless you give it to them. They never owned my respect. It's like when people say he was a masculine did he get what? No one can take my respect I've never been on my.

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"tamron hall" Discussed on Going Through It

Going Through It

03:49 min | Last month

"tamron hall" Discussed on Going Through It

"So I take it this year advice to year seven-year-old Cameron would be bet on yourself which mean at some point you know life requires you to pivot whether it's a relationship with somebody you don't want to be with or they don't want to be with you. The pivot is always going to come. Are you ready for it and many times? You see it. So when I left my prior job I, saw it coming. Now you're inclined to fight for your job or fight for the relationship because you want it. You're there. You didn't just come there for temporary reasons, but the pivot is coming and you see it like Damn I don't WanNa face it how okay I'm going to negotiate with them. Listen you want me to change our what do you want to do? You, want me to do this. You want me to be this person. Okay. I don't like my hair straight, but I'll straighten it for you. What do you need me to do? So you start negotiating with the other side what okay. I still want to work here. What do okay I will now answer every phone call I'll show up for everything that they say because I hope they eventually see what I bring to the table. I hope the person. I'm a relationship eventually sees what I bring to the table. The pivot. Is A. Stalker. It keeps coming. It keeps coming will not leave you on at some point. It makes you act. Here's the deal in anything you do in your life, you will have to pivot. Anticipate it..

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Going Through It

04:42 min | Last month

"tamron hall" Discussed on Going Through It

"My father had died ten years prior My father was the only dad that the dad that God meant for me to have I wasn't raised by my biological father was raised by my stepfather and he was like the most Black Panther, dad. Like before black, panther was a film we would start lineup Kanda. and. So he was very proud of phenomenal dad who was in the army his entire life had joined at age fourteen lied and said that he was older and my dad was the leader of our family and ten years prior he had passed away. You know if that had happened at the time that the leaving the Today Show lost my dad I would not have been able to leave. Because at the time my whole family was broken we were. Lost my mother's anchor was gone. So fast forward, ten years later I am in a job where I'm doing everything that I can't approve my value because I know that the catchphrases, your value I knew my value because it's a black woman. You constantly have to know your value on yourself and you have to remind yourself. So it's like a mantra you wake up your alarm clock goes off and you go I'm a black woman, oh, my value. And so It wasn't that I did not know my value. It's others did not know my value which was okay. But I had to make a decision and I related to my father because my mother had finally realized that she could move on with her life. Her big moment I was in a position where I'd save some money which was not something that I was inclined to do. And so I could make this decision but the biggest thing which relates to the topics that you discuss my back was against the wall. So it was the wall or what So it was an easy decision because there was no other decision to make. Say. A thing that always strikes me about. And the people who read us the news is how tight you have to be when it comes to emotion like I cry all the time I do too. I mean listen I'm do a crime show you don't. It's tough and a lot of therapy after covering things that I've covered. Are you asking me did I cry absolutely but I did not cry over the job no cry over station like anybody else I've been doing this twenty five years I was forty seven at the time I've been on TV since I was eighteen and I've worked since I was fourteen I'm unemployed So you're thinking what is my what's next? I did not have a sixty nine million dollar contract. No anybody does and if you do give me alone list but I, didn't have the students. I did not have that. So it's the reality of life. It's also my what's next as an older woman you know when I had my son six months ago when people magazine put on cover forty, eight, Miracle Baby I didn't know I was that all. Maybe, a lab rat straight in. Front. Of everybody. So we're definitely. Old. So because in my mind, I'm still twenty-seven-year-old Tamarin who started reporting and now I went from being the youngest reporter in the newsroom to the. And now the oldest unemployed and when you are a black woman in the news first of all, when you're a woman in the news, you already know that there are limited spaces. Now take the five white female spaces and look how many women of color there are. Zero Asian. Maybe one Latino and to gayle king takes all of them. I'm the other Gal. And so. The spaces are limited. Non Don Lemon is the only black host of a prime time cable news show in America. Like. After seven pm you see no hosts of color how any cable news station what do you make of that?.

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Going Through It

05:51 min | Last month

"tamron hall" Discussed on Going Through It

"This is going through it a show about women who found themselves in situations where they said. No. And they made a decision to make a change in turn something around. I'm your host Tracy, Clayton. So I wanted to share a very special conversation that I was fortunate enough to have with Tamarind at Volterra fast in Sunny Sunny Los Angeles it was a fantastic show and a fantastic time. But since it was a live show, it might sound a little different from other episodes you've heard so far. So. If in the middle of the episode of the conversation, you hear somebody stand up and yell something like Oh. My God I can't believe in trying to see I'll have so much is because it was a live show and because it was probably my mom and she's finally proud of me yea..

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'Selena: The Series' will debut in December

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00:17 sec | 2 months ago

'Selena: The Series' will debut in December

"Announced the premiere date for Selina. The Siri's A Selena fans will be happy to know the Siri's will debut on Netflix starting on December 4th. Along with the premier announcement. Netflix also released photos and a teaser trailer for the series that will document the life and death a popular singer Selena Antonia Tamron Hall

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Daily Pop

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"tamron hall" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Making it happen. I love this man and you guys we will have much more of my interview with Steve next week when we're back at an hour register. Get in there and y'all. All right guys, this is big Mariah. Carey is talking to Oprah about her past relationship with Derek Jeter and how he played a major role in her divorce to Tommy mottola. This is one of those situations of the right person at the right place and the right time. What was it about Derek? He was a catalyst wage that helped me get out of that relationship because I believed that there was somebody else honestly, I don't think it was like, oh my gosh, he was the love of my like at the time I did because I didn't think I would ever meet anybody who wouldn't not look down on but feel Superior to me for because of the fact that I'm not one way or another and most people's minds and they have preconceived notions whatever month. This is are going down on the Oprah conversation tomorrow on Apple TV. Plus does it surprise you to hear that about Derek off? This was a little first of all this is a little bit before my generation. I didn't even know that they had something going on until this morning, but I feel like I I mean first of all looked at that picture. I cannot believe how young they both looking down in love. She looks with him. I feel like you know, this is kind of one those situations when you're in and happy I'm happy relationship and you feel trapped.

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On with Mario Interviews

05:58 min | 2 months ago

"tamron hall" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"Sam and Chris there obviously both of them heartbroken by the you know just unbelievable passing of Chadwick boatmen, Jr and having them talk about their friend and then moving on and the things that they're both working on. It's it's it's a joy to have this show knits. I'm just happy that we're back in studio as a symbol of our ability to try to move forward in these difficult times. Awesome. That is great new and how and how's your boy do I don't think I've taught how is your son now? Is Sixteen odds he? Listened I should be getting tips for you. He's sixteen months. He is walking swimming. He's trying to talk me. Out It's fascinating. It's fine it but it's fascinating to watch this whole personality just change and to your point evolve it is it's a head trip it being apparent. Is it true heads How'd you He is aqua man. That's great. He's the offspring of. Will Be. He's taking glasses. He's swimming. Team. Let me get my. Other labs. Phillips in there six months. I have puff. It's all my instagram. He's taking this class where they they slowly teach them the confidence of going underwater and holding their breath. It's like a technique and so he by you tickets I di-. Have you seen those ladies cameron the ones that just kind of throw the kids and then I Say. Video. I Gabrielle Union's by Brandon, her daughter they had video and she dough Vince I thought Moses GonNa die by. Around. So Fazio's listen I have not no knows that we just got his confidence to ease in but I have seen those videos of people. They throw the kids in I. It's crazy look at. Before I let you go put on the spot quick questions quick answers. Okay. Okay. Favorite. Show you binge during quarantine. Favorite a guy that is what the Amazon prime show the boys the boys. Okay Go. Oh I haven't seen. It is a good wicket. Would it using the new episodes or just the first season? I've binged the first season and they just sent me the second season. I watched watchmen in real time. So I didn't bench that I'm a super stuff like that. So I'll said I binge that caught up on so many shows, but that's the one I just been. So I was delirious in my head. Okay. So Go to Karaoke Jam. EMINEM. The eight mile that loses thou. Okay. Get, everybody fired up. All right. Celebrity crush growing up. Growing out..

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"tamron hall" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

02:56 min | 2 months ago

"tamron hall" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"That's not for me to say I'll let her say it it's about living your life not defending your life, and in this case she shaina move forward she is about to be a mom and I am as curious as the rest of you are about how she's going to explain not just the one incident, but there were others Okay. Yeah. Yeah I know I'm not act actually that familiar with her incident just made me think of discounting general yet. Did she was she saying things on the show? she was photographed in a instagram picture that. The HASHTAG was Nazi chic saw ask you what you think of that I. think that's terrible. You can sit here all day instead canceled culture. Would you sit next to someone? No put instagram picture with the words Nazi chic but neath their attire. No that's I was just wondering if she was like saying things like on Vander pump rules that was like blatantly you know horrible or if it was like social media stuff. Well the vendor pump rules stuff. Is a part of her brand you know she. She wouldn't have the podcast without the vanderbilt rules, right? It's chicken egg from the book deal and and the the Laurie Al ads or whatever you know went up with you know this more your pitch person to when a brand ties themself to you. They are tying themselves your whole deal. You can't just say, well, actually I'm on just this show you can't count Mario Radio Show you can only count Mario TV show they think it's the total psalm and And her incident regarding the race and the and the CAST member who was African American. That's one part of it. But yes, your question, the incident involving the cast mate who was a part of the van part rules. So wh- sounds like a show. We're GONNA have to watch. But. You know what's important for me honestly I don't want people to think I personally. So tired of people wanting to beat you down I, don't WanNa beat anybody down I. WanNa have a conversation whatever it is, and that's what our show is about. It's about having tough conversations but it's also having fun and me Chris. In Samuel Jackson are together Jay. Z. Has that famous line. What's better than one billionaire to was better than one superhero then to I i. that's that's the texture of our show that were able to have these conversations I turned fifty. September Sixteenth Naomi Campbell is if anybody can give me tips on how to look at fifty nail, you only have gambled. Killing you. Know we're about the journey were about having the top conversations and the fun conversations and having.

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"tamron hall" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

03:32 min | 2 months ago

"tamron hall" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"She is pregnant which I think is very brave of her to have such a tough conversation and So close to when she's going to deliver her child I had a child last year. I don't know if I would put myself in any hot seats in the world in that circumstance, but she's bravely agreed to do her first exclusive energy. You regarding the race scandal and the many other, very controversial and offensive things quite honestly that she. Why she said them, what motivated it That's all a part of it. It's a no holds barred interview with this breakout star from Vanda punt roles, Mario. She was a in the podcast was on fire New York Times bestselling author, and then suddenly she is canceled you can imagine she's bitter. She feels wronged in ways. I think what I WANNA know is if she understands how this was the consequence of some of the things that she said. Took let me ask you. So you know obviously we're all human we all make mistakes way this whole cancel culture just in general in when people going back years or sometimes even decades. Aren't we allowed to grow and learn as a human being what's your attitude about how that's proceed in how it's playing a huge role in society? I think it's always played a huge Rodney. We have a kitchen name for it. Now canceled culture it's Alliteration, but let's face it. We know on this is always happen. It's always happened. People have said things done things and society turns on you over Tom Cruise famously said on Oprah Winfrey show speaking of over people like to build you up to tear you down well sometimes, we gives the tools to tear us down. Now we we step into lanes that we probably shouldn't be, and of course at I don't know who doesn't believe that you don't deserve an opportunity to redeem yourself and opportunity to get it right and opportunity to evolve And I don't think that that's what people are saying totally with this cancel culture which I get I don't even like the name of it. I think that what they are saying it least would saucy and some of the other cases if you're going to step out there and say something like this, are you prepared to defend it? Are you going to run for what is your thinking and? With live television with instagram with twitter, it can happen so easily and it may be a reminder before you say it before you hit send before you think everybody wants to hear your strong opinion. Are you ready to hear the strong opinions they have of what you said but now I don't live my life canceling people I don't like how some of it plays out but quite honestly, there have been situations where I have felt like a gay. Now you had to know that you were going to get that he you hatch of known it when you sat at. So with her I don't pretend to know the. Full Story I've obviously read and watched and studied a lot of what she said it wasn't a one off and sometimes I think that you have to factor that in as well Mario did this person do it once or were there multiple instances right and with star Stasi there were more than the there is more than one thing that people can point to now does that make the total sum of who she is?.

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"tamron hall" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

03:05 min | 2 months ago

"tamron hall" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"I'm good at so nice to hear your voice. I wish we could see each other in person. So happy for you and everything you've got. Going on wh where are you at the moment you New York I'm in New York I'm in my kitchen at my home I just left are set We are back in our studio for season two ready to do the show. From our old studio that I had not seen since. March eleven and we were turned just two days ago back in and I guess putting the wheels back on the car the show must go on congratulations on that. congrats on the daytime emmy. I mean, the the show hit right out of the gate what a in an a tough business what nicer prize and Great Fianna Thank. You. You know what it's. It's been a great deal I. It's like i. told someone the other day I. Feel like it's a twilight zone. Of course, we launched our show in September of last year a September. Ninth a year ago today, and then within three months we're all in a pandemic like you and your mini shows that you have we were trying to pivot and figure out how do we keep this going? Under these circumstances? So it's been surreal. I haven't even been able to fully absorb the fact that I got an emmy. Like what you know because perspective. Wise. The most important thing has been able to keep the platform and keep the conversation going you and I've talked over the years about many types of shows and and mini show ideas, and for me, it was bringing a show where everyone can have a seat at the table and we could talk about anything we know we'd be talking about a pandemic of course, not but we knew that this platform or this show would provide opportunity just to get real raw and have conversation that's awesome in and I'm so happy for you. And shows also, by the way just wanted to mention airing on the Oprah Winfrey network which should even bring in more viewers right. Yeah, we're going to re air on the Oprah Winfrey Network, which is awesome. So our show will air on the local station in whatever city you live in. You can look it up, go on our website or check your guide and then We will re air on the Oprah Winfrey Network in such an awesome partnership exists such a loyal fan base, not only to Oprah of course to that network into the programming. So a whole new family members from Oprah's world to the tamp and whirl as we call the people who watch our show will be able to converge and watch the rearing of what we think. Is a powerful season, a season of tough conversations but also as. A joy and smiles. It's exactly what life is right now some days you get up and you feel like rocky when he's standing up and then other days you feel like rocky when he's on the Bat. That's life metaphor for life right there on Thursday. Got The first interview with with Stasi from Vander pump rules or who was fired from vanderbilt rules. I should say, what? What, what can you tease us about that? It's her first interview..

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Andrew Gillum says he identifies as bisexual in TV interview with Tamron Hall

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Andrew Gillum says he identifies as bisexual in TV interview with Tamron Hall

"Politician Andrew Gillum making news today, six months after entering rehab and his first televised interview since it was found in a Miami hotel room with a male escort, who was suspected of overdosing on crystal math. Gillam was speaking with my friend Tamron Hall on her show this morning and to be very honest with you when you didn't ask the question. You put it out. There is whether or not identify as gay and the answer is I don't identify as gay, but I do identify as bisexual. And that is something that I have never shared publicly before. The 41 year old father of three, also denied using math and says he had gotten too drunk at a wedding. Earlier in the day. Days later, he announced that he was going into rehab for depression, which he says led to alcohol abuse. Gillom called it a wake up call, having witnessed his own dad suffer from alcoholism.

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"tamron hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:44 min | 2 months ago

"tamron hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To 5, a moderate chop in the bay. I'm accident rate meteorologists in all of live local and something different for the drive home. This is pm Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman on NewsRadio. W F L A Welcome to PM Tampa Bay and this Monday, September 14th Ryan Gorman with me this evening, Felix Vega and James Verlander on the board Coming up. Florida Politics publisher Peter Schorsch will do You and me. We're going to talk about former gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum, announcing that he's bisexual earlier today, a big revelation on what's that new show? Ah, who's it with Cameron Hall? Tamron Hall. Yes, that was her first show, too. So she made some news. I think that was like the premiere of her show is the one that I thought had been on for a few weeks already. Not so I don't know, but that was certainly the big news commander. That interview also Mike Bloomberg dropping $100 million in TV ads for Biden will get Peter short. His thoughts on that political pollster and strategist Fernanda Mondi is going to join me. We'll talk about how tight the race is here in Florida and who has the edge when it comes to the Hispanic vote, and the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals dropped a big ruling in the felon voting rights battle on Friday. Felix is going to explain what it is. It's for the 2020 election. First up. I'm just gonna come out and say it. Tom Brady's debut was a bit of a letdown. I'm just once and it was I'm just going so much anticipation. I'm just going to come out and say it. That game was horrible. It was so much buildup in so much dissipation, and then you had the first drive. And as that's happening, and after Tom Brady runs it in for a touchdown spikes the football like, Wow, this is the real deal. And it all kind of went downhill from there. Yeah, pretty quickly. There were just so many big mistakes. There was the pass interference. There was the offsides, boneheaded mistake. The turnovers. It just didn't look good. I don't know why. It's a new team. It's going to take a minute for them to get on the same page. But I just I guess I thought because it was Tom Brady. I assumed and he has all these weapons that it was. They were just going to come out Game one firing on all cylinders, and it didn't happen. I mean, the Saints are really good team. The Saints have a legit shot at going and potentially winning the Super Bowl, so they're not playing against scrubs. But I don't know. It was a big let down. I'm not going to lie, and I watched USF's game on Saturday night. I was all pumped up. You know, we had looked great. Solid. Victory was double all my work on Sunday. I got home like, okay. Good. Sit down, Watch a football game. And I'm like I made it through half time. And I just I watched the first drive of their quarter. Mike, I'm done. It was just like it was over for me. I was really disappointed and there wasn't much Gronk. Yeah, it was like he wasn't even part of the game forever. Yeah, I don't know what was going on there. And there was a lot of I tell you. What Tom Brady. He likes his short. White guy receivers, Those little white guys that, like run all over the field he loves He loves those kids play. Scotty Miller's is new B F F Out there. It's like that party didn't miss a beat when it came, Tio what he used to Dio In New England. And why in the world did they have the lightning on at three o'clock? Who came up with that schedule. Why play hockey game in the middle of the day? They would. There was no other game that day. I know the game at seven. Yeah, that would have been such a better time to have them on their on a three o'clock, So I watched the first hour of the game, and then I switch over to watch the box. And I miss like all the goals and lighting went on some big scoring spree. They did it right. You know what happened? It wasn't just me. That happened to so many people were watching the lightning game. They switch over because they want to see Tom Brady. And they miss like the best part of Game four. I didn't. I didn't get the scheduling there tomorrow. They're going to be on at eight. We'll have the game. Well, a pregame starting at seven year on NewsRadio. Wofl, eh? I will say this the lightning or going to the Stanley Cup finals. Whether or not they clinch it. Tomorrow night. They're going, they're just better. Then the New York Island. There's no you watch those games and they're just a better team. And one thing I gotta tell you I love about the Siri's. It is chippy. Every five seconds. There's another fight. There's so many fights. It's simply everyone you know, ever heard of a hockey game, described his chippie. And originally, I think I told you this when hockey first started back up and they were gettinto fights, I was kind of I don't know how to feel about it. Because with Corona virus I'm like, no, don't you know, do that. It's like, stay away that you're too close now, your fighting and your breathing on each other, and it was just it was making me nervous, But I've kind of gotten over that. And it really doesn't matter because I'm telling you, every couple of minutes is that there's a fight in the lighting Islanders games. It's crazy. So they're easily going to the Stanley Cup finals. No question about that. I've got to tell you. I don't know much about Dallas. Looks like they're going to be their opponent in the finals unless Las Vegas makes some you know, miraculously come back. I don't know much about them with lightning or playing really well right now, So I'm.

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"tamron hall" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

30:03 min | 1 year ago

"tamron hall" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

"Exemption on June thirteenth choice vision was ultimately having home school right is we've never complied to the chairman hall show last week first of all I just want to sort of look at you know create this show and bring the high wire to you so I'm well aware of how we produce shows like that today we're gonNA discuss this very contentious issue that's happening in America I think I did not decide that the state decided that for me now remember she's a tax payer she's in their nothing has really changed except the hype and propaganda around this discussion jail that's not a choice and not vaccinate your child is not breaking the law it never rent because if there is obviously Janine Dangelo is but those are basically the only ways that you can do and the laws of the constitution are supposed body integrity life liberty and the pursuit of happiness so if only affluent people various tablets career how many Thais we spoken out that this isn't fair to minorities this isn't into them without their control in their decisions maybe they don't think that the failing 'cause we'll catch those precancerous lesions long before they ever turn into any sort of disease couple more clips before I'm going to bring Janine on but I just want to go over some of the fact checking that runny nose right now visibly suffering from a call I think any person in and by then is deadly right now what child has a runny nose I know they're sick okay I got that part and one of the excuses you can't tell until you got till it's deadly I mean I didn't know what she's transmitting we've gone over this a million times vaccinated vigils can act as as symptomatic Aziz but I don't think that's what she meant maybe she just meant she maybe she meant to say infectious by the way how's it daily for you if you're back scenes work I mean this entire statement is let's hole I think any person is you say oh he's sick let me stay away oh I see I think maybe it's this in your dangerous to me I mean this is the type of hype the media's putting out there but talking about what does she mean by deadly is measles deadly look what happens the numbers right now I believe we had some you gotta get the facts chairman it's too late you're only live on broadcast news that's called your pre work and back I'm sure that there's probably a piece of producers that have already I lost my job let's talk about what you end up saying just that's because I go to the CDC's website and I look in the numbers you've been confirmed there it is and by the way no six of measles in all the most modern times aren't deadly lose deadly as the others with zero deaths whatsoever I think depressing sad dangerous and talks about where we're ads the nation take a look I wouldn't want him to hug him because I don't want my son my this show this video because he recognizes that this should not be happening in the United States of how many times that's been said around the world we think about oppression of minorities Chris I can't hug them how many people said I can't touch an African American child we have worked so hard in this country to take away the stigma of disease education if you're walking through that school with AIDS or with Hepatitis B. whether they just treated this child in a way as though he has aids or he is I doubt that is what Janine de Ngelo thought her son Janine first of all thank you for joining me hi can you because I think it's one of the most horrific displays of VACs oh you because of who you are or how you were raised what was it like that moment ever put him in that position had I thought anything remotely like that would happen so we were ocean for me because I can't it was like an out of body experience because it unbelievable and and you do you know you so the way you got him classmates but some students that was the Article Wall Street Journal so Yup Yup when your son we want to talk more about your story I let me move you right there the Angelo and the associate producer on the town hall show where obviously as a mother phone Paul and here it is never before heard the conversation as she's being Monday yeah so this'll be on Monday so what we would we would love to have it's an hour long show but you would be probably just about twenty minutes of you mean me and my son are just myself and if your son was interested we would love to have him story and will scream it from the rooftops in in the choices I made I wanNA see Canonize Yeah Okay Megan how you got my my personal phone because I know that wasn't in the Wall Street article the white pages and stuff and it'll be up there and I just call it figured I would reach you I look on facebook nation and get back to a little more I'll be happy to yeah based on that just myself I'm speaking yeah because of other people I want to make sure that economy and all of those things and that's then that's what we do want to have I can go talk to my producer I don't know who would be on I don't know got back to you and said something so tell me the difference between what your understanding from that phone call hold exactly what was going to happen did you feel like you were well prepared I I would be myself and my son on a couch with Cameron telling our story list obviously trained Paul off to throw the usual soundbites at you in some mother Oh and one was going to be a sociologist who wrote a book Jennifer Reich on vaccine hesitancy no one was to be next to me in front of me so when we walked onstage and I saw that woman something wasn't right so an even moments before we even walked out onto rehearsals questions with my son and we were good they were still playing like read those sort of tactics but most of us that is not actually how the doctors would have run it I mean we have a debate on the show I mean that time you know it was similar to Donna farmer yes honestly when it shifted in the store while on it I went and it changed that morning makes perfect sense but I immediately marched into the dressing room of right right now to walk away we will pay all the flights and do everything we promised you I don't WanNa Walk onstage that's how you're supposed to do it but that's clearly not what was happening for you there I was like okay I can I can do it as soon as she started the show with did everyone get their flu shots I got mine the infectious and dangerous and running nose and I'm not going to let my hug your kid he's using those like coined terms how about the you want to respect the host of the show you don't WanNa say you're lying or you're an absolute imbecile tell me show me the science show me the study that proves me wrong and she just she kept interrupting didn't give you much time to speak we sort of grab the two little moments where you grab that oxygen eighty six zero liability that means it means they can't be sued if the parents what's signed a hundred percent poisons because when I was pregnant with my children in the Sir packages such as what every person parent father mother needs long before the Internet I spoke to pediatricians I look through books there is no science that proves I'm on the same face that there was two hundred thousand cases of writing it when you open up the inserts of the vaccines as you point out it literally was there a trial that used a saline placebo an inert placebo instead times two and three other vaccines were in the Control Group oftentimes test vaccines hadn't point you know this is that it's as safe as polio vaccine this the safety this vaccine is safe is something else but they cannot say CBO's study and you'll right has never been done on a single vaccine so where do you go she tells she claimed to be a journalist didn't have her facts straight so where do you go when in for thousands I was speaking for twenty six thousand children out of school I was speaking for the parents of those children back because it was so it was so disturbing we have another society to a ball is you believe as I do believe ninety the vaccination and they are asking why should a small number of children rocking and it almost looked like when she called you a minority she had to swallow it Shen and what people don't realize is we're not actually a democracy were republic there's a reason all of the things that we've watched in before my lifetime but in my lifetime you know I didn't as I was coming through college and washing this discussion and I remember many people saying and I know that that's exactly how I read about civil rights it was the same thing so in our great life are great world in here Tamarin Hall says to you coming up all people anyone with any ethnic background it's shocking were you breath it was hard for me I kept trying to say I'm going to get as many facts as I can because I knew cuts which I feel like I did I feel like I've got some things out that were important I didn't act on emotion it was completely unconscionable really and just there was a sense of anger about what took place she closes up the show that's what this show is about the conversation will not end going social media we're dedicated what is wrong with the technology on the highway usually they have such high quality video can you on social media so we get to the bottom of this we're carrying you know we're carrying former ANTIBAC- surround vaccines this video has been deleted the section where she was essentially assaulting your son is that true that show to your point everything has been removed there was over twelve hundred comments on facebook accent was people who couldn't believe how she treated my child it didn't it wasn't you could be pro vaccine oh comments no way to see the show nothing other than the clips that we got because the people do this because I get calls all the time the news reaching out to me should I speak to the news and.

Tamron Hall Reveals She&apos;s Married and Expecting Her First Child

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Tamron Hall Reveals She&apos;s Married and Expecting Her First Child

"Tamarin hall is trending this morning. If you remember her from the today show, she's no longer with them. She has her own show now, but she has announced she is pregnant at the age of forty eight. She's expecting first child with her husband, Stephen she made the announcement along with a lotta pictures on social media. She says I've wanted to share this news for many months now. My doctor says I'm finally in a safe place at thirty two weeks to share my joy with y'all. So she's very excited about that. And by the way, Disney announced they had signed her on for a talk show. So forty eight. Channel eleven channel eleven she.

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Tamron Hall Reveals She&apos;s Married and Expecting Her First Child

Rantin' and Ravin'

01:42 min | 1 year ago

Tamron Hall Reveals She&apos;s Married and Expecting Her First Child

"Tamla hall is having a baby at forty eight years old. It has given me so much. Tamblyn hall Tamla Tamblyn hall pregnant with the first child at forty eight the forty the forty eight year old former today show host revealed she recently, married, the baby's father, quote, unquote. His name is Steven when one song captures the personal news. I want to share with you. Yes. You the first time mom posted a photo of her baby shark bump. In a fit white maternity, which would think you with. Thank you. What you think about this? I think it's great if she wants to have kids, I think it's great anytime kids of more into money wants to be here and the excited. I mean, forty eight. Listen, I can say whatever I want. I'll have no kids. I don't know when I'm going to have them, and I want kids. So I could say you too old to be having kids, and you're going to die before your child goes to prom, and then your child, no. I don't know how he should be sixty six. She'll be retired. Forty eight killer will be eight should be sixty eight forty eight ACA six. I was trying to help you got their real listen, listen, just because you use the cash from the qualms, not everyone. Challen cash like that should be sixty six. Yes. Sixty six. People living to be ninety shit. Like, they

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