Sherri Shepherd is taking clues about a new show with Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres.

Sherri Shepherd’s upcoming show could be a combination of Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres’ previous talk show.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Sherri Shepherd’s show is a mix of Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres.

Sherri Shepherd aims to inspire viewers while making them laugh out loud when her new weekly talk show hits TV screens this fall.

Reports also suggest that she wants her show to be a combo of Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres.

One source said, ‘She’s bringing comedy back to TV. What she plans to do for the show is to bring Ellen and Oprah and join them. It will be a fun and inspiring show.’

Meanwhile, Shepherd and her team are hanging out with publicists across the United States ahead of the show’s big premiere.

Most recently she held a mixer at Ink 48 in New York on Wednesday. The event included major agencies such as PMK and Jonesworks with clients Tom Brady and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson.

Moreover, the 55-year-old comedian hosted a similar event in Los Angeles last month. They brought in executives from Amazon and Interscope.

An insider said, ‘Sherry talked to all the public relations officers in attendance. She did the same thing in LA. Literally every network and record label.’

The weekly Emmy nominee was also spotted talking to Madonna at a party earlier this month. The pop singer’s party was held at the Rogers Disc Oasis in Central Park.

Sherri Shepherd insists her show won’t include shade.

Sherri Shepherd told the Daily Mail for the interview that her upcoming show would deliver a discreet critique.

‘I’m definitely not a bad person,’ she said. I am all about positive energy. I am about joy.’

Shepherd went on to say, ‘I’m all about kindness and laughter. Those of you who know me will tell you so. And that’s what my talk show embodies.’

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She went further and said, ‘If not, why? I myself know what it’s like to feel unsafe to appear on a show as a celebrity or wish your host wouldn’t try to have a good time with you. It’s going to be Sherri’s celebrity-friendly neighborhood.’

Shepherd’s interview comes before reports that Wendy Williams is calling in organizers to boycott her new show to replace her.

Sherri’s latest weekly talk show will debut on our television screens on September 12th.



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