Breaking news: Sherri Shepherd finally took off her wig on a live show. During Sherri’s talk show, the host removed her wig and tossed it into the audience. No one makes a point more effectively than the Sherri Shepherd wig. On Tuesday’s episode of The Sherri Show, the comedian and actress wore her toupee as a supporting character while she discussed a recent viral video of preacher Sarah Jakes Roberts’ wig falling off in the middle of a speech. “When you wear wigs, you are putting your trust in the person who put them on to make sure they are secure.
Sherri Shepherd’s wig falls off on live TV
Shepherd stated that Roberts “inspired so many people” as he finished the speech. The talk show host then imitated the scene of her jumping out of her chair and causing her wig to fall off. The wig fell from her hair. What are you going to do while you’re sitting there because she lost her hair? The show must go on. Show must go on. As her audience laughed, Shepherd yelled. Eventually, she tossed the wig away from the camera as she yelled, “Take it.” Shepherd opened up about how a phone conversation with Oprah Winfrey set her up for success when she transitioned to her solo show in a 2022 interview with Entertainment Weekly.
The thing about wigs though is that you can feel them slip when they start to slide. Because it will start here and all of a sudden it will start moving up, it will start with it going down. Especially if the wig is very heavy. All you can do, Shepherd continued, “is present it the way Sarah Jakes did. She then lectured in the wig cap for the remainder of the show. You can’t take action at that moment, therefore you can’t. You can’t yell at the crowd, walk away, and then try to fix it. The show must go on. You can’t start screaming.
“He took 15 pages of notes on his suggestion to host a talk show until my fingers started cramping. Because he had cramps in his fingers and could no longer write, he took a potassium supplement. Wait, he told himself, “he’s got to memorize this, or else no one will believe he’s talking and laughing with Oprah,” Shepherd recalled. “Oprah said, ‘Sherri, the show isn’t about the ratings, it’s about the vibe.’ That’s something he got from her. You put the energy and the public will return it to you in direct proportion. You must take responsibility. The atmosphere of the show is under your control. That’s how he felt because all he wanted to do was stream some popular videos and make people laugh. But it is true that what makes people love you is the enthusiasm you exude. So this was it for this article. So, stay tuned for PKB news.