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The Richest Co-Hosts of 'The Talk,' Ranked From Lowest to Highest Net Worth

It pays to have the gift of gab.

The Talk is the leading talk show on CBS, and has been going strong ever since it premiered over a decade ago in 2010.

The show was originally developed by Sara Gilbert, and has since gone on to include several co-hosts discussing a whole host of topics, from pop culture events to their personal lives.

The series is now in its 14th season, and some very famous faces have appeared as co-hosts along the way. Several of them also happen to be top earners.

We’ve rounded up all of the co-hosts of The Talk past and present, and ranked their estimated net worth from lowest to highest.

Find out who the richest co-hosts of The Talk are…

Marie Osmond Defends Decision to Not Leave Her Kids an Inheritance

Marie Osmond is opening up about her decision to not leave her kids an inheritance.

Back in 2020, the 63-year-old entertainer revealed that she plans on donating all of her money to charity once she passes, and doesn’t plan on leaving her kids any money.

In a new interview, Marie defended her decision.

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Marie Osmond Wants Selena Gomez to Play Her In a Biopic - Here's Why

Marie Osmond knows exactly who should play her in a biopic about her life. The answer is Selena Gomez.

The 63-year-old singer listed the 30-year-old Only Murders in the Building actress as the ideal candidate for the role during a recent interview. She explained why and drew some parallels between their lives, too.

Click inside to find out why Marie Osmond would want Selena Gomez playing her…More Here! »

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The Richest 'The Talk' Co-Hosts, Ranked From Lowest to Highest (& The Wealthiest Has a Net Worth of $220 Million!)

It pays to carry on a good conversation!

The Talk is the leading talk show on CBS, and has been going strong since its debut over a decade ago in 2010.

The show was originally developed by Sara Gilbert, and has since gone on to feature several co-hosts as they discuss a range of topics, from pop culture events to their personal lives.

The series is now in its 12th season, and some very famous faces have appeared as co-hosts along the way. Several of them also happen to be top earners.

We’ve rounded up all of the co-hosts of The Talk past and present, and ranked their estimated net worth from lowest to highest.

Find out who the richest co-hosts of The Talk are…

Marie Osmond is Leaving 'The Talk' After One Season

Marie Osmond is saying goodbye to The Talk.

It was announced on Tuesday (September 2) that the 60-year-old entertainer is leaving the CBS talk show after one season.

“Marie is a consummate professional, and we thank her for sharing her personal experiences, insight, as well as incredible talents, with our audience,” CBS said in a statement to Deadline. “We will miss her humor, kindness and good nature, and wish her much success in her future endeavors.”

Marie is currently working on new projects, including a new show with ViacomCBS.

In her farewell statement, Marie opened up about working with The Talk‘s longtime executive producer and showrunner John Redmann, who recently announced he was leaving the show after 10 seasons.

“One of the highlights of my year at The Talk was working with my dear friend John Redmann, and I’m excited to continue our working relationship on several projects we are developing,” Marie said. “Also, my husband and I just dropped our last two kids off at college, we looked at each other, laughed and remembered we hadn’t been this alone together since 1982!! So, at this stage of my life, I’m looking forward to spending more time with him and visiting all the kids/grandkids.”

Marie joined The Talk in May 2019, replacing Sara Gilbert. It has not been announced if someone will be replacing Marie.

Production for season 11 of The Talk is set to begin later this month.

If you missed it, Marie explained why she isn’t leaving any of her money to her children after she dies.

'The Talk' Cast Will Co-Host Daytime Emmys 2020 - Watch the Announcement!

The Talk co-hosts are taking on an exciting new gig!

CBS announced Thursday (June 18) that the women of the daytime talk show – Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba and Marie Osmond – will host the 47th annual Daytime Emmy Awards.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Daytime Emmy Awards

The two-hour event will take place on June 26 at 8 p.m. ET, and will feature awards being presented virtually in leading categories.

The awards were originally scheduled to take place June 12-14, but were postponed amid the global health crisis. Additional categories will be announced online and presented in a separate ceremony in July.

The awards are presented to individuals and programs broadcast between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., as well as certain categories of digital and syndicated programming of similar content.

Check out all of the nominees for the 2020 Daytime Emmy Awards.

Check out the announcement video…

Marie Osmond Reveals If She Thinks Sharon Osbourne Owes Her An Apology

Marie Osmond is addressing rumors that she’s in a feud with her The Talk co-host Sharon Osbourne.

“Don’t believe anything you read,” Marie said on Watch What Happens Live. “Sharon and I are great friends. Everybody who sits at that table is a very strong woman. She’ll say things and I’ll go, uh, no. But that doesn’t mean we don’t like each other.”

When asked if she was owed an apology, she said, “No, she doesn’t owe me anything.”

“We’re very different and yet similar in ways,” she added. “We’re both strong women, I’ve been in this business, this is my sixth decade. I’ve been around.”

The rumors started a few weeks ago when Marie called the Coronavirus, “intriguing,” and Sharon responded that it was actually sad.

Marie said she used the wrong word and remarked, “I’m just like you, Sharon,” before Sharon responded, “You’re nothing like me.”