The Talk’s Sheryl Underwood keeps it positive during quarantine while loving her new ‘commute’

The Talk’s Sheryl Underwood is doing her best to keep upbeat during quarantine in Los Angeles while her hit daytime talk show pivots to an at-home model.

In an exclusive interview with DailMailTV, the 56-year-old joked about not actually missing co-hosts Sharon Osbourne, Eve, Marie Osmond and Carrie Ann Inaba because they’re constantly in touch these days.

And, Sheryl has found a silver-lining to all this isolation in the form of her new ‘commute’ to the office, or lack there of. 

Silver lining: The Talk's Sheryl Underwood talked exclusively with DailyMailTV about filming her daytime talk show from home and how great it is not to have to commute in Los Angeles as the comedian strives to stay positive during quarantine

Silver lining: The Talk's Sheryl Underwood talked exclusively with DailyMailTV about filming her daytime talk show from home and how great it is not to have to commute in Los Angeles as the comedian strives to stay positive during quarantine

Silver lining: The Talk’s Sheryl Underwood talked exclusively with DailyMailTV about filming her daytime talk show from home and how great it is not to have to commute in Los Angeles as the comedian strives to stay positive during quarantine

‘The best thing about working from home is the commute,’ she laughed. ‘The commute is amazing! I commute from the bathroom to the desktop…amazing!’

In March, The Talk was forced to suspend production in-studio due to the coronavirus and after a brief stint doing interviews on Instagram Live, the show returned to the airwaves.  

All of the hosts are now back together (sort of) to host new episodes from their respective homes using Zoom technology for the re-vamped The Talk@Home.

‘We are here, so that when you do come home, or when you do get a break, put your feet up,’ Sheryl said. ‘Grab your Talk mug if you have one, or any mug, and get a little respite.’

'The best thing about working from home is the commute,' she laughed. 'The commute is amazing! I commute from the bathroom to the desktop...amazing!'

'The best thing about working from home is the commute,' she laughed. 'The commute is amazing! I commute from the bathroom to the desktop...amazing!'

‘The best thing about working from home is the commute,’ she laughed. ‘The commute is amazing! I commute from the bathroom to the desktop…amazing!’

Making it work: After suspending production because of coronavirus, The Talk has pivoted to producing all-new shows from home

Making it work: After suspending production because of coronavirus, The Talk has pivoted to producing all-new shows from home

 Making it work: After suspending production because of coronavirus, The Talk has pivoted to producing all-new shows from home

'We are here, so that when you do come home, or when you do get a break, put your feet up,' Sheryl said. 'Grab your Talk mug if you have one, or any mug, and get a little respite.'

'We are here, so that when you do come home, or when you do get a break, put your feet up,' Sheryl said. 'Grab your Talk mug if you have one, or any mug, and get a little respite.'

‘We are here, so that when you do come home, or when you do get a break, put your feet up,’ Sheryl said. ‘Grab your Talk mug if you have one, or any mug, and get a little respite.’

She continued: ‘It’s stressful, it’s uncertain right now, but we want people to know we’re all in this together with you.’  

Sheryl said she felt honored to be working in a business that was able to do some good during such a troubling time and she applauded those workers who are still going out everyday to work on the front lines. 

Injecting her signature brand of humor into the moment, Underwood lightened the mood by then explaining that adjusting to her new-normal has been a challenge when it came to losing her glam squad.

DIY: Sheryl joked that she needed to shout out her makeup artist from The Talk since she is trying to go it alone from home ... and she also thanked 'synthetic wigs that have styled themselves'

DIY: Sheryl joked that she needed to shout out her makeup artist from The Talk since she is trying to go it alone from home ... and she also thanked 'synthetic wigs that have styled themselves'

DIY: Sheryl joked that she needed to shout out her makeup artist from The Talk since she is trying to go it alone from home … and she also thanked ‘synthetic wigs that have styled themselves’

'Honest to god, I don't miss them b***hes,' Sheryl said in jest about her co-hosts, explaining that in quarantine they are in near constant communication with one another

'Honest to god, I don't miss them b***hes,' Sheryl said in jest about her co-hosts, explaining that in quarantine they are in near constant communication with one another

‘Honest to god, I don’t miss them b***hes,’ Sheryl said in jest about her co-hosts, explaining that in quarantine they are in near constant communication with one another

‘I’d like to shoutout Dale McDonald, the best makeup man in the business,’ she joked. ‘Now you see why he has two Daytime Emmys for makeup and I have none.’ 

‘I’m doing my own makeup,’ Sheryl added. ‘I’m doing my own hair and thank god for synthetic wigs that have styled themselves.’

When DailyMailTV spoke with Carrie Ann, Sharon and Eve, all three ladies said they were missing their fellow hosts and couldn’t wait to see them again. Sheryl, on the other hand, isn’t in the same boat.   

‘Honest to god, I don’t miss them b***hes,’ the comedian quipped with a cackle. 

'We’re all a family at The Talk' she said. 'Everybody is interchanging with each other and keeping everybody's spirits up. From the producers to the network executives, to [the] everyday hosts, to everybody that's involved in this.'

'We’re all a family at The Talk' she said. 'Everybody is interchanging with each other and keeping everybody's spirits up. From the producers to the network executives, to [the] everyday hosts, to everybody that's involved in this.'

‘We’re all a family at The Talk’ she said. ‘Everybody is interchanging with each other and keeping everybody’s spirits up. From the producers to the network executives, to [the] everyday hosts, to everybody that’s involved in this.’

Sheryl explained that she and the girls are talking every single day and since they produce all now shows of The Talk@Home five days a week, they’re also in constant communication with producers and the behind-the-scenes team. 

‘We’re all a family at The Talk’ she said. ‘Everybody is interchanging with each other and keeping everybody’s spirits up. From the producers to the network executives, to [the] everyday hosts, to everybody that’s involved in this.’

She added, truthfully: ‘But really, honest to god, I do love and miss them skinny b***hes.’    

The Talk@Home airs Monday through Friday on CBS. 

From their homes! The Talk@Home airs with all new episodes Monday through Friday on CBS (Pictured: Mark Wahlberg during an on-set segment)

From their homes! The Talk@Home airs with all new episodes Monday through Friday on CBS (Pictured: Mark Wahlberg during an on-set segment)

From their homes! The Talk@Home airs with all new episodes Monday through Friday on CBS (Pictured: Mark Wahlberg during an on-set segment)

 

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