*You’ve seen her everywhere – on “Star Search” in 2004 where she reached the finals, as a correspondent for D.L. Hughley’s short-lived CNN 2008 program, and starring in her own Comedy Central special in 2010.
Beginning Sept. 15, Detroit-born comedian Loni Love begins her highest-profile gig yet as a host on daytime talk show “The Real.” She’ll sit alongside fellow hosts Tamera Mowry-Housley, Tamar Braxton, Adrienne Bailon and Jeannie Mai.
The fall launch follows a successful four-week test run last summer on seven Fox owned-and-operated stations. Love, a one-time engineer at Xerox, says she learned a lot from those test broadcasts that will be applied to her return this fall.
“I’ve been studying myself because I always want to improve,” Love told EURweb exclusively. “Being a former engineer, you learn to always go back, study yourself, see what you could’ve done differently, see what you could’ve said. So there’s a lot of changes that’s going to happen for me on the show. That’s why I want to hurry up and get started.”
Around the same time as “The Real’s” test run, Love, 43, began doing guest DJ stints on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” Below, she tells us how that gig came about: