Talent show celebrities dominate the talk show circuit



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Talent shows always feature some of the most incredible acts from around the world. The winners take a jackpot after performing in front of millions of viewers. The judges and celebrity hosts of talent shows are the real winners because they always get huge opportunities from the deal. Everyone from Ryan Seacrest to Kelly Clarkson landed a talk show hard at work on talent shows.

Talk shows are really about strategy. Hosts, producers and casting directors are always thinking about who they can attract to generate more audiences. Most of the episodes of these talk shows are pre-recorded. If a new program comes out, a celebrity from that program will make an appearance on a talk show. The same goes for new albums, movies, viral videos and, of course, talent contest contestants.

Hello america has set a precedent for welcoming guests recently involved in talent competitions. Each Dancing with the stars the eliminated candidate gives an exit interview. the GMA meteorologist Ginger Zee even appeared on season 22 of the show. the GMA related to Dancing with the stars is crystal clear. It’s always a race to get the celebrity scoop from talent shows. Most talk shows are already connected to talent shows on the same network and still have the first dibs with the guests.

1. Ryan Seacrest

In 2017, Seacrest joined Kelly Ripa as a permanent co-host of Living with Kelly and Ryan. Seacrest also hosted American Idol since 2002. Both shows are now an integral part of ABC’s programming. Since American Idol made his stint at ABC, Living with Kelly and Ryan did American Idol Encore Live. This allows one contestant from each season to perform again on the daytime talk show. Living with Kelly and Ryan also usually gets the first interview with the American Idol winner every season. Season 19 winner Chayce Beckham and runner-up Willie Spence were interviewed virtually by Seacrest and Ripa on the show this year.

2. Kelly Clarkson

Clarkson went from American Idol winning at The voice coach before landing Kelly Clarkson’s Show. Her ties to both talent contests have brought so many icons to her talk show realm. This includes the old American Idol Judges Simon Cowell, Randy Jackson and Paula Abdul. Clarkson also had all The voice coach on his show while filming the Blind Auditions and other pre-recorded episodes. Most recently, Clarkson invited Season 14 winner Brynn Cartelli to his talk show to perform his new song.

3. Carson Daly

Before it becomes The voice host, Carson Daly started out as VJ and host of TRL. Talking is literally what he does best. Daly has joined Today’s show as a featured presenter in 2013. This year he gave viewers the inside scoop on Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani’s wedding after being officiant. Like Clarkson, Daly has done segments on Today’s show to interview The voice coaches every season.

4. Nick Cannon

Nick Cannon’s new daytime talk show, Nick canon, full of star talent shows. As a host of The masked singer, Cannon brought in contestants who were eliminated from Season 6. It only took a few hours for Cannon to land an interview with Larry the Cable Guy, the most recently launched contestant. All of these interviews were planned by Fox and Cannon who is also the executive producer of The masked singer.

5. Tyra Banks

Dancing with the stars host Tyra Banks once had her own talk show, The Tyra Banks Show. It aired from 2005 to 2010, moving from CBS to The CW for the final season. Banks have also welcomed The next American top model which eventually aired on The CW over the following seasons. Several competitors of The next American top model appeared in segments on The Tyra Banks Show. Both shows are currently no longer airing, but Banks has continued to build his empire on and off television.

6. RuPaul

Wait, RuPaul had a talk show? In 1996, the RuPaul’s Drag Race hosted star The RuPaul Show. It ran for 100 episodes and starred Ru’s best friend Michelle Visage. In 2019, it was announced that RuPaul would be returning to the talk show circuit. The show went through a three-week trial on Fox before being canceled. RuPaul interviewed huge celebrities like Abdul and Adam Lambert during these few episodes. If the talk show had continued, he probably would have invited alumni from RuPaul’s Drag Race on the show.

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Samantha Agate is the talent guru here at Talent Recap. His work has been featured at The Blast. Samantha graduated from Hunter College in 2019 with a degree in Media Studies and a concentration in Journalism. When not watching reality TV shows or eating fried foods, she enjoys hanging out with friends and family and petting the puppies.

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