Barrymore sets high standard in her models as talk show host
NEW YORK – Drew Barrymore is setting a high standard for herself as she joins the world of daytime talk show hosts on Monday. “We’re all human beings on this planet going through our lives and our journeys and there’s a way to connect through that,” Barrymore said. I’ve never lived in that space.”“The Drew Barrymore Show,” retrofitted for the coronavirus era, is being distributed by CBS Television. Bill Carroll, a veteran television consultant and expert in the syndication market, said he’s impressed that Barrymore is shooting high. Yes, some may regard Barrymore as slightly loopy and hippie-dippie (“we’re all human beings on this planet”), but it’s more endearing than annoying.
Tyra Banks Returns to Harvard Business School -- See Her Dorm Room!
The 45-year-old supermodel took to Instagram on Thursday to share a shot of herself in her dorm room at Harvard Business School. In the black-and-white snap, Banks is sitting on her bed with a contemplative look on her face. "I am sitting in my @harvardhbs dorm pondering the massive undertaking of @ModelLand that launches later this year," she captioned the pic, referencing her upcoming ticketed attraction. "I came to the business school many years ago with the #ModelLand dream in mind and now launch is so close." "I am doing a big search for the very first Modelland models and when I say models, I don't mean professional models that are signed to modeling agencies," Banks said.