Nischelle Turner remembers a line repeated out of her grandmother's mouth. "Dream bigger than your surroundings," Turner was often told. The Rock Bridge High School and University of Missouri School of Journalism alum returned to her hometown Thursday and shared that same message with students at her high school alma mater.
When Nischelle Turner was younger, she hoped to work at a TV station in St. Louis or Kansas City. Now, after 25 years working in journalism across the country, she brought a lighthearted and casual mood back to her alma mater when speaking of her experience. “It’s surreal," she said....
Nischelle Turner received the surprise of a lifetime on the latest episode of Tamron Hall that she will never forget. On Wednesday (Nov. 10) Turner, who is the first Black woman to co-host Entertainment Tonight, was a guest on Tamron Hall to discuss her latest achievement of making Ebony’s esteemed Power 100 List, the influence of her mentor April Eaton and more.
Entertainment Tonight's Nischelle Turner has made this year's EBONY Power 100 List!. The Ebony Power 100 List recognizes individuals who have had a positive impact on the African-American community. Turner is being recognized in the Excellence in Journalism category, alongside Don Lemon, Tamron Hall, W. Kamau Bell, Abby Phillips, Ebro Darden and Charles Blow. Entertainment Tonight's Kevin Frazier surprised Turner with the big news on Tuesday.
Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner, co-hosts of Entertainment Tonight, joined us on All Indiana to preview the new show’s season! We got a tour around their brand new set, and Kevin said the part he’s most excited about is having Nischelle as his new co-host! Nischelle is the first Black woman to host nightly in Entertainment Tonight’s 40-year history.
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(CBS) – The surprise is finally out tonight on CBS as Secret Celebrity Renovation makes its series debut at 8/7c, also available to stream with Paramount+ or the CBS App. Secret Celebrity Renovation, hosted by Nischelle Turner, gives a look behind the curtain at some of sports and entertainments’ biggest names as they surprise some very special people from their upbringing with an incredible home renovation.
How Jason Cameron and ET's Nischelle Turner Are Helping Celebs Gift Surprise Renovations (Exclusive)
Jason Cameron and ET's Nischelle Turner are teaming up to help celebrities gift surprise home renovations to people who've done something really good for them in their lives, on CBS' Secret Celebrity Renovation. Turner talked with the actor and TV personality about their new series and all the hard work they put in to make it happen.
An all-new star-studded home renovation series is coming to CBS! Secret Celebrity Renovation will be feature some serious star power and inspiring moments. Entertainment Tonight's Nischelle Turner hosts this brand-new series, in which A-listers in the worlds of sports, music, TV and film get the chance to gift a surprise home renovation to an important person who's had a big impact in their lives.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — She crashed the ceiling and broke boundaries -- we're talking about the first Black female co-host of "Entertainment Tonight." Turner grew up in Columbia, Missouri, and got her start at the University of Missouri School of Journalism, where she met KMBC 9 First News Anchor Donna Pitman.
Nischelle Turner reports on history—but she's also making it. Last month, Turner was named the new co-host of Entertainment Tonight (ET), alongside Kevin Frazier. Turner, 46, is the first Black woman to host ET in the show’s 40-year history. It's also the first time the show has been anchored entirely by people of color.
Rolling Out magazine recently reported that Nischelle Turner has made history after being named the new co-host of “Entertainment Tonight.” Turner is the first Black woman to lead the show and will host alongside Kevin Frazier. The momentous occasion also marks the first time two African Americans have taken the lead together.
Entertainment Tonight is catching on to the changing times and making history with their recent announcement that they have tapped Nischelle Turner, as the first Black woman to anchor their industry-leading Hollywood media brand. Turner is preceded by Mary Hart (1982-2011) and Nancy O’Dell (2011-2019), and is just the third...