Sheryl Underwood Remembers Meeting Muhammad Ali In Her Chicago Home
“The Talk” host Sheryl Underwood shares her personal story about meeting Muhammad Ali as a young child in her Chicago home when her mother wanted to convert the family to Islam. Underwood says:

“This man was in our house and the whole neighborhood was so excited…I was a little girl…I heard my relatives and neighbors say, ‘That’s Muhammad Ali.’  For me, Muhammad Ali was so American because–to speak to your right to object when your nation is doing something that you don’t agree with…[and] to still have great faith [and] lead the nation in a direction it needed to go. I would like for people to remember Muhammad Ali as a man who had great faith at a time when people were not comfortable with the faith that he had.”

Shiri Appleby on ‘UnREAL’ and Directing An Episode
Actress Shiri Appleby visits “The Talk” to discuss the second season of the hit drama, “UnREAL.” She tells the hosts about what Season 2 has in store for her character and shares how much she enjoyed living out her lifelong dream of directing for the first time.

Appleby says, “It was incredible, I’ve been wanting to direct for many years,” and adds, “It was an interesting challenge…I really hope I get to do more of it.”

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THE TALK is the daily destination to hear fresh perspectives, insightful conversations, and dig deeper into the biggest headlines and topics that impact viewers at home. This season, there’s even more to TALK about, and you never know what the show’s hosts – Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler, and Sheryl Underwood – will be saying. THE TALK airs at 2pm ET / 1pm PT