The Talk - Elaine Welteroth Says Inauguration Poet Amanda Gorman Is 'Black Girl Magic'

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The hosts of "The Talk" reflect on poet Amanda Gorman's Inauguration Day poem, "The Hill We Climb." Sharon Osbourne says, "You see certain people in your life that just have it. They have that magic, that charisma. And you see this beautiful young girl go up there, fearless, absolutely fearless. She has an incredible gift. She's just magic." Elaine Welteroth shares, "That's called Black Girl Magic. The clarity, her voice, the wisdom that she embodies, at 22 years old. You just reminded me, that's the power of the youth. That's who we're doing it for. Her optimism and her hope feels so pure and so sincere...it made me feel hope again." Amanda Kloots shares, "I think we can all say that her name will forever go down in history. I think we're going to see this poem sung, danced... I think it's going to be a rap. I think people are going to paint to it...more creators are going to expand with what she's given us. She gave us a gift yesterday." Welteroth adds, "She stole the show."