November 15, 2019
CYNTHIA BAILEY JOINS ‘TAMRON HALL’ TO DISCUSS
HER DECISION TO SHARE HER DAUGHTER’S
VERY PERSONAL STORY ON THIS SEASON OF
‘THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ATLANTA’
AND DISHES ON UPCOMING WEDDING PLANS
Joined By Fiancé Mike Hill, The Two Also Discuss
Their Thoughts On Being In a Relationship On Reality TV
Watch a Clip of Cynthia Bailey on “Tamron Hall” HERE
Credit: Walt Disney Television/Lorenzo Bevilaqua
As a conclusion to “Tamron Hall’s” Love and Relationship Week, Tamron was joined by “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Cynthia Bailey, 52, and fiancé, Mike Hill, 49, who joined the show to discuss why it's never too late to find love and details on their upcoming 2020 wedding. Cynthia also opened up about her decision to encourage her daughter, Noelle Robinson, to share her truth about being sexually fluid with viewers this season, saying “When she came home from college and she told me that she was fluid, I knew that we had to try to protect her, and her choice. For us, being a reality star, and living in the world that we live in, with camera phones and people filming you and all that stuff, I wanted her to be able to tell her own story. I wanted her to put her own self out there and say what she needed to say as opposed to someone outing her.” WATCH CLIP HERE
Tamron asked the couple if it's hard to have a relationship on a reality show, noting that fellow “Housewife” Kenya Moore announced her divorce to Marc Daly the day after appearing on ‘Tamron Hall.’ Cynthia responded saying “I don't think being on a reality show makes it easier. I think that the key is, you have to really be connected, and you have to have a really solid foundation with who you’re with-- especially if they're going to be a part of your reality TV journey as well. I can say that in my last marriage, to be very honest with you Tamron, whether I was on a show or not, I do not think I would be in that marriage still.”
Following are highlights for Tamron Hall for the week of November 18, 2019. Please note: lineup is subject to change.
Monday, November 18: Whoopi Goldberg. Plus: throwback week kicks off with some of the most unforgettable and favorite actors, musicians, and entertainers of the past few decades.
Tuesday, November 19: Award-winning Director/Producer Ava DuVernay on her latest projects. And: relationship expert and author Shan Boodram with secrets to being a better partner. Plus: throwback week continues with a mystery guest musical performance.
Wednesday, November 20: Grammy award-winning producer, songwriter and composer David Foster performs. Plus: throwback week continues with a new edition of another mystery guest.
Thursday, November 21: Comedian Gary Gulman (comedy documentary “The Great Depresh”) on how being funny helped him find joy again. Plus: throwback week continues with a popular sitcom star mystery guest.
Friday, November 22: Model and actress Lauren Hutton with her secrets to looking great at any age and her pioneering career. Plus: throwback week concludes with a favorite sitcom star mystery guest.
“Tamron Hall” Show Description:
“Tamron Hall” (tamronhallshow.com), broadcasting from New York City, features a dynamic mix of live and taped shows. From the deeply moving to the purely fun, the nationally syndicated show is a daily destination for all things topical and a platform for viewers to connect with the people who are shaping our world through meaningful, engaging and entertaining conversations. As a new mom, a newlywed and a new force in Daytime, proving you can accomplish anything at any age, Tamron Hall brings a refreshing, relatable, unpredictable and unstoppable voice to television. “Tamron Hall” is executive produced by Bill Geddie and Tamron Hall. Talia Parkinson-Jones is co-executive producer.
*COPYRIGHT ©Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer and International. All photography is copyrighted material and is for editorial use only. Images are not to be archived, altered, duplicated, resold, retransmitted or used for any other purposes without written permission of Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer and International. Images are distributed to the press in order to publicize current programming. Any other usage must be licensed. Photos posted for Web use must be at the low resolution of 72dpi, no larger than 2x3 in size.