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VIDEO: Alison Sweeney Chats New Book Scared Scriptless' on THE TALK

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'Biggest Loser' host and soap star Alison Sweeney stopped by CBS's The Talk to discuss her latest book, "Scared Scriptless." Check out the appearance below!

CBS's Daytime Emmy Award-nominated talk show The Talk features a panel of well-known news and entertainment personalities discussing current events, pop culture, contemporary issues, family, celebrity and the trending topics of the day. The daily one-hour series is hosted by Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood and Aisha Tyler.

The hosts swap stories, challenge each other on issues and engage the studio audience and viewers at home about events in the headlines and their own homes. Show segments include guest interviews with entertainers and newsmakers, musical performances, cooking demos with celebrity chefs as well as real-world advice and tips from leading experts in fitness, diet, health, home, relationships, finance and fashion. The show was developed by Gilbert, who also serves as executive producer.

VIDEO: Alison Sweeney Chats New Book Scared Scriptless' on THE TALK


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