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First Lady Michelle Obama To Appear On ‘Steve Harvey’ Wednesday, October 3, 2012

First Lady Michelle Obama To Appear On 'Steve Harvey' Wednesday, October 3, 2012

His new talkshow is less than a month old (it debuted on September 4), but Steve Harvey has already landed a major guest in First Lady Michelle Obama!

There's an election to win.

I suppose Harvey will likely take a break from the usual material (relationships, love, sex, money matters, etc, etc, etc.) and talk politics with the FLOTUS; or maybe not.

Details via press release from NBCUniversal below:


Chicago, IL – September 26, 2012 – First Lady Michelle Obama will tape an episode of the all-new daytime show "Steve Harvey" that will air on Wednesday, October 3 (check local listings for time and channel). Mrs. Obama will tape the episode in Chicago on Thursday, September 27.

Said Harvey, "I'm so honored to welcome First Lady Michelle Obama to the set of my new daytime show. We're a new show with just a few weeks on the air, so this means the world to me and my staff."

"Steve Harvey," which has connected with millions in its first few weeks with its blend of common sense advice and humor, is produced by Endemol USA with Steve Harvey, Alex Duda and Rushion McDonald serving as executive producers. The show is cleared in 98% of the country, including all of the NBC Owned Television Stations, and is distributed in national syndication by NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution. "Steve Harvey" is taped before a live studio audience at the state-of-the-art HD NBC 5 studios in downtown Chicago.

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Crystal Watts

The first lady is so inspiring. I love her intelligence, strength and ability to be who she is, even while in the limelight of the country. I love the fact that she has not conformed or downplayed her style to society's expectation. Thank first lady for being who you are and not who others think you should be!!! Crystal Watts |


He's got the second highest rated new talk show according to the Hollywood Reporter. He might be on for awhile.


It's a MAJOR UPGRADE for Steve. I guess he better get the best guests he can while his show is still on.





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