VIDEO: Meredith Vieira's New Talk Show to Be Set In... a Bathroom Stall?
Revealed the former 'Today' show anchor, "One of the segments that we're doing is called 'Stall Talk. And I'm in one stall of a bathroom, my guest is in the next stall, and you interview them." Joked host O'Brien, "Wait, we're the dirty show?"
Watch a clip from the appearance below, courtesy of PEOPLE!
In her new daytime show, Vieira will blend her unique point of view, empathy, and sense of humor with insightful storytelling that will make viewers laugh, learn and feel inspired. Produced in New York City on a set that resembles her home, "The Meredith Vieira Show" is a one-hour, multi-segmented show that will offer a blend of daytime fun with a mix of feel-good human interest stories--from everyday people to celebrity guests who have an important story to tell, lifestyle segments and key topics that highlight Vieira's warm, relatable and distinctive personality.
Vieira currently serves as a special correspondent for NBC News programming including "Today" and "NBC Nightly News" and is producer and correspondent for "Meredith Vieira Specials," a series of prime-time hours. The 14-time Emmy(R) Award Winner has recently launched a Youtube Channel, "LIVES with Meredith Vieira," a premium digital channel exploring and championing real women of all ages.
Vieira joined "Today" in September 2006 as co-anchor, and was immediately accepted into the ranks of America's first television family. During her five years at "Today," Vieira also played a key role in covering several Summer and Winter Olympic Games. Vieira co-hosted the opening ceremonies for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, which she will do again in 2014 at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
Vieira won two Daytime Emmy(R) Awards for "Outstanding Game Show Host" (2005, 2009) for the nationally Syndicated game show "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" in which she served as host for 11 seasons. From 1997 to 2006, Vieira was moderator of ABC's "The View" where, each day, she led her fellow co-stars in discussions on current issues that ranged from social and political topics to tabloid headlines and celebrity news.<