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'The Talk' Is Heading to New York City for Star-Studded Shows!

'The Talk' Is Heading to New York City for Star-Studded Shows!

The Talk will be celebrating the holidays a little early this year with a week full of special shows taped in New York City!

The CBS talk show – hosted by Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Aisha Tyler, Sharon Osbourne, and Sheryl Underwood – normally tapes in Los Angeles, so it sure will be a treat for the five ladies and audiences alike.

A great lineup of guests is set to make appearances, including Lily Aldridge who will join the ladies on Monday (December 8) to talk about the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, airing this Tuesday night on CBS.

Make sure to tune in to The Talk every week day at 2pm ET!

Click inside to see this week’s special guest lineup…

Monday December 8 – Lily Aldridge
Tuesday, December 9 – Candice Bergen and Alan Alda
Wednesday, December 10 – Carrie Underwood
Thursday, December 11 – Tea Leoni
Friday, December 12 – The cast of Blue Bloods (Tom Selleck, Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, Will Estes, Len Cariou, Amy Carlson and Sami Gayle)

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  • 55vineyard

    Don’t watch on a regular basis, but it is much better than The View IMO, cast all seems to get along with no squabbling.

  • Living in a box

    Lily Aldridge and Carrie Underwood is considered as star studded guest? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlgfdTm7c1I

  • aizhan

    This show is so politically correct. They have black, white, asian, gay… the only missing is transgender.

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