Talk Show Round-Up: Phillip Schofield; James Taylor; Christian Siriano; Ellen DeGeneres
After releasing a statement, Britain’s This Morning host Phillip Schofield speaks out for the first time about being gay. During this emotional chat, he explains to Holly how the discussions with his wife and family went when he opened up to them.
From last night’s The Late Show With Stephen Colbert: As a young musician freshly signed to Apple Records, the first non-Beatle to be so honored, James Taylor was in the studio for some of the recording sessions for “The White Album.” Listen to Taylor share stories from this era in his new Audible audiobook memoir titled “Break Shot.”
On Watch What Happen Live, fashion designer Christian Siriano dishes on styling celebrities including Lizzo, Billy Porter’s iconic tuxedo dress and Demi Lovato’s recent angelic look.
Ellen recently called out Democratic presidential hopeful Andrew Yang for stealing her idea of squirting whipped cream in people’s mouths, and now she’s calling out a Republican. From military reunions to scholarship gifts, Ellen explained how the President turned the State of the Union address into one of her giveaway shows