'The Talk' Hits NYC: Grilling the Hosts on Random Body Part Sightings, Street Meat, and Amanda Bynes
New York City is a whole lot livelier this week with "The Talk" co-hosts in town for a week's worth of on-location shows ― and Yahoo! TV was invited to the set to witness it all first-hand.
The Los Angeles-based show is shooting in Manhattan's CBS Broadcast Center on the set previously used by "Anderson Live, " and the future home of Bethenny Frankel’s upcoming "Bethenny." It seems the co-hosts ― Julie Chen, Sharon Osbourne, Sara Gilbert, Aisha Tyler, and Sheryl Underwood – also upped their already high level of energy for the road trip, slinging jokes, finishing each other's sentences, and chatting a mile a minute both on-screen and off when we sit down with them after the show.
Seeing that they are in the Big Apple, we decided we'd keep the conversation local ― though it did manage to veer off to topics ranging from Underwood's ongoing quest to meet a man to the movie star whose nose reminds Osbourne of a, um, male body part…
You seemed to have brought some extra New York City attitude with you for this trip. You were extra funny on today's show, especially Sharon when she was making faces at Sara for defending Kanye West's freak-out with the paparazzi.
Sara: Oh, Sharon's always like that ― it has nothing to do with being in New York.
Sharon: Repeat the line I said to you during the show.
Sara: She said (assuming a British accent): "Oh, Sara ― why do you always have to see the good in everybody?!"
Sharon: Realllly (laughs).
Sara: Greatest quote ever.
In the promos for the show, you’re all hamming it up in a taxi. Let me ask about another mode of popular NYC transportation: the subway. When is the last time any of you ladies used one to get around?
Sheryl: Oh, I can't take the subway anymore because I kept walking up to people asking for their phone numbers and whether they are married. I was getting into trouble. So I can't take the subway anymore.