a day in my life
Queen of the day! Sherri Berger has her hands full as she prepares to replace The wendy williams Spectacle with her own conversational schedule – but she still makes time for friends and fun.
The See alum, 55, took exclusively We along the ride while detailing his daily routine – a busy day that included his current job as Dish Nation entertainer, planning her next show, cooking dinner for her kids, and hanging out with her best friend. Still, “the party doesn’t stop” after the day is over, Shepherd said as she stepped out for a night on the town in New York.
In February, the Daytime Emmy nominee expressed her excitement when her self-titled show was announced.
“OH MY GOD! I’m so excited to see my dream come true and start my own talk show Sherri in the fall,” she shared at the time. “I can’t wait till I get back to [New York] to host the show and merge everything I love… pop culture, conversation, entertainment and comedy.
In addition to her thriving career as a talk show host, Shepherd is also a mom to sons Jeffrey Jr., 16, and Lamar Jr., 8, whom she shares with ex-husbands. Jeffrey Tarpley and Lamar Sally, respectively. Come summer, no matter how busy her days may be, the Chicago native loves her nighttime routine of relaxing with her family.
“I love summer nights – the sun is up when I get home,” she says Weexplaining that she uses her time after work to walk her dog, Lexi, and prepare “dinner on the grill for me and my son.”
The 30 Rock alum also makes sure she has time to relax with friends – including her best friend, the comedian Kym Whitley. “She knows how much I love rollerblading,” exclaims Shepherd We. “So she turned her tennis court into a skating rink.”
With Monday, September 12, the premiere of Sherri Just around the corner, the actress is ready to fulfill her dream of having her own TV show.
“It’s something I dreamed of when I was a little girl. I lined up my teddy bears with my Barbie dolls…and put them on chairs,” Shepherd said. Variety in an interview published Thursday, September 9.
She’s also set to join the ranks of other iconic black hosts. “It’s so important that people see a representation of themselves,” Shepherd continued, noting, “I haven’t seen a lot of black women growing up on TV.”
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