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Tamron Hall Debuts New Blonde Hairdo For New Season
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Tamron Hall Debuts New Blonde Hairdo For New Season

It's 'switch it up' season!

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Tamron Hall is back for a new season of her self-titled talk show and she showed off a new look. The fourth season of The Tamron Hall Show debuted this week and the Emmy award-winning talk show host surprised everyone when she walked onto the set with a blond ‘do. The mother of one has often worn her hair in a darker hue and during her show opening, she explained why she decided to switch it up.


“It’s a new ‘do but the same me,” she said. “I’ve always had this dream of coloring my hair but I’ve been a journalist for 30 years – an anchor for much of that — and they would always tell you don’t change your hair color, it’ll throw the audience off.”

She continued, “Well, those folks are not in charge. The Tam Fam (which she affectionately calls her viewers) is in charge and y’all knew you would be okay with my new look.”

The premiere episode was called the “Golden Hour” in which she explained, “that time of day just before the sunset where we are illuminated inside and out together, where we laugh, discover, become inspired, learn to overcome challenges, and live our lives like they are golden.”

Tamron also shared stills from the episode on social media and captioned it “Golden Hour ⭐️” while tagging her “Glam Squad” which included the celebrity hairstylist responsible for her new look, Johnny Wright.

Johnny has worked with some of the biggest names in the world such as former first lady Michelle Obama, Queen Latifah, Kerry Washington, and more.

And while they say blondes have more fun, Tamron is as serious as ever when it comes to her work this season. This week, she interviewed the cast of P-Valley, the parents of the Uvalde, Texas shooting, and a Broadway hopeful who is living with sickle cell.

‘Tamron Hall’ Unveils New Blonde Hair For Season 4!

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