Day queen! Sherry Shepherd her hands are busy while she prepares to replace Wendy Williams Show with her own chat program, but she always finds time for friends and fun.
View alum, 55, took exclusively Us on the trip, detailing her daily routine — a busy day that included working at her current job as dish of the nation host, getting ready for her upcoming show, cooking dinner for her kids and hanging out with her best friend. However, “the party doesn’t stop” after the day is over, Shepherd said as she set off on a night out on the city in New York.
In February, the Daytime Emmy nominee expressed her excitement when her eponymous show was announced.
“MY GOD! I’m so excited that my dream has come true and I’m debuting on my own talk show. Sherry autumn,” she shared then. “I can’t wait to get back to [New York] host a show and bring together all the things I love… pop culture, talk, entertainment and comedy.”
In addition to her successful career as a talk show host, Shepherd is also the mother of sons Jeffrey Jr., 16, and Lamar Jr., 8, whom she shares with ex-husbands. Geoffrey Tarpley as well as Lamar Sully, respectively. During the summer, no matter how busy her days may be, the Chicago native loves her nighttime routine of chilling out with her family.
“I love summer nights — when I get home, the sun is shining,” she says. Usexplaining that she uses her time after work to walk her dog Lexi and cook “a grilled dinner for me and my son.”
30 Rock alum also ensure she has time to chill with friends including her best friend, the comedian Kim Wheatley. “She knows how much I love rollerblading,” Shepherd boasts. Us. “So she turned her tennis court into a roller skating rink.”
From Monday, September 12, the premiere Sherry Just around the corner, the actress is ready to fulfill her dream of owning her own TV show.
“This is what I dreamed about when I was a little girl. I lined up my teddy bears with Barbie dolls… and put them on chairs,” Shepard said. Diversity in an interview published Thursday, September 9th.
She is also poised to join the ranks of other iconic black hosts. “It’s important that people see themselves in character,” Shepard continued, noting that I didn’t see a lot of black women on TV growing up.
Keep scrolling to see a typical day in Shepard’s life: