Tamron Hall Quotes About City, Bike, Love, Survive, Shooter

Tamron Hall Quotes About City, Bike, Love, Survive, Shooter

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Tamron Hall Quotes:

Al Roker is one of the most sensible people you’ll ever meet. He’s raised two daughters and a son. And I love him, in that as jovial as he is, he’s a straight shooter. He’s a New Yorker, as they say.

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As a kid from Texas, it always amazes me when city kids don’t know how to ride a bike.

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Every time a young girl comes in and asks me for advice, if you start your conversation with, ‘How hard is it as a black woman,’ or, ‘How hard is it as a woman,’ I turn you around. Because I cannot – we cannot look at the roadblocks and see the road at the same time.

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Everything I ask is a question from Tamron, like it or not. My team does not write my questions. We put together a segment. We talk about the elements that I want, but we have a conversation for that hour with our guests.

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I am a gummy bear fanatic.

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I am grateful that as a reporter and as an anchor, people have allowed me to share their stories.

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I date, don’t get me wrong. I’m not up here filing my fingernails on a Friday night. I want to find someone to share my life with.

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I didn’t want to be the aunt where you come over and can’t sit on the sofa.

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I grew a reputation for always asking questions and being nosy.

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I have an incredible phobia of divorce.

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I have three incredible nieces and a nephew who’s going off to college. To hear them say they’re proud of me left me in tears.

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I laugh about it all the time, but, for whatever reason, a lot of people think that I wear a wig. I get emails and tweets about people commenting on my hair being a wig. It’s one of the strangest but most entertaining things I’ve read about myself online.

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I love Chicago. I wouldn’t be where I am now, and I certainly wouldn’t have the confidence that I hope that I project, if I’d not lived in Chicago.

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I love edgy comedy. ‘Coming to America’ still gets me and ‘Friday.’ I watch old Richard Pryor stand-up on VHS, too.

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I love Jidenna and Leon Bridges.

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I love morning television because it’s the most vulnerable time of day, when you are at your rawest, and if I have the ability to make viewers smile, that’s a gift from God.

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I love my job and my relationship with the viewers who watch my shows.

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I love Rihanna. She represents that strong, independent woman that you cannot keep down.

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I mask every single day. I mask every morning – since I was 27 years old. I don’t care the brand: it can be from the drugstore or high end. I can be walking my dog in the mask scaring children and people off, but it’s my routine that I commit to every single day.

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I met Bon Jovi on the way to Washington, D.C. I think I called him Jon Jovi. Ugghhhh. I just smiled and pretended it didn’t happen. I love him and his wife; they’re so sweet. I was very nervous.

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I quite enjoy cooking. I love cooking for my friends. It’s communal, it reminds me of being with family, and it’s also a form of therapy; it heals you from the inside out.

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I remember reading the cruelest, most awful thing about my hair online. A person speculated about who I was as a person and even read into my personal life based solely off my hairstyle. He or she said I must be lazy because I have short hair. It was just devastating.

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I root for anyone who’s got kids and if they want to make it work.

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I think when I first straightened my hair, I was a teenager. I don’t believe that I was consciously doing it to look white or to be on television. It never crossed my mind. All of the girls in my neighborhood got perms and their hair straightened. But I know that historically it was to assimilate and there are some people who do it for that reason.

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I was on morning TV for 10 years in Chicago.

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I will never answer that question of what are the challenges I face. You speak it into existence, and I choose to use that air for other things.

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If someone says, ‘I love that lipstick,’ I will always try to answer, honestly, if I know what color it is. It’s a connective tissue.

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I’m about being honest and knowing that people are watching, and they want to know that I’m asking questions that they want the answers to.

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I’m definitely a foodie.

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It used to upset me – now it makes me sad – to see people use patriotism and our troops as a pawn in their political argument. Because I know personally, growing up in a military family, the sacrifice that is made on a daily basis.

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It’s a tough town, it’s a loving town, it’s a supportive town, and that’s why so many great news people, journalists have come through Chicago or are from Chicago.

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It’s not my job to judge or assess. I think single, black, white, married – people are doing the best they can.

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I’ve been engaged a couple times.

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I’ve been given an opportunity to make a difference.

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Looking back, I’ve always enjoyed hearing about the lives of other people, their experience through their jobs, their lives, and their children. It’s always been a treat to hear about others.

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My ability to not be afraid to ask tough questions or to confront, that matters.

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My dad was in the Army, so what was happening internationally and nationally was always important to my family.

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On career day as a young journalist, I scraped up my money and went to this big conference for young journalists, and the great feedback I got was that I would not or should not become an anchor because my eyelashes were too long and too distracting.

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One of my favorite memories was one time Prince picked me up and said we were going to Michael Jordan’s birthday party.

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Someone – a man – advised me not to become a news anchor because my eyelashes were too long, and they would distract the viewers.

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The best advice I received came late, and it’s this: Don’t read the comments section of any story that mentions you!

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The biggest compliment I get is when someone tells me, ‘You’re so real.’ Even if my journey isn’t exactly like theirs.

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The thread that has always connected my family was the news.

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The troops aren’t red and blue. They’re not black and white. They’re not male and female. They are Americans! When they put their uniforms on, they are Americans. And that’s a fact.

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The two things that I require for anyone who’s around me: you need to love food, and you need to be able to laugh.

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Trust me: I do hit the snooze button about 4 times.

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Victims and survivors deserve more than a person seeking a headline.

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We all have roadblocks; we all have challenges.

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We are presented with a unique situation in the black community in that we have embraced the beauty of hip hop, the real rawness of it, the real fun of it, but we also have to address the damage it has done. We have to look at what it’s done to our black girls, especially when it comes to domestic violence.

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We’re not monolithic. What is blackness? To me, how do you define that?

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What I’ve learned is that people have a desire to talk after the first line of reporters go away, and they are no longer speaking out of shock.

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When I came to MSNBC, its identity as the place for politics was growing.

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When I came to Philadelphia in the late ’80s, it was going through a very difficult time.

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When I was a general assignment reporter early in my career, I was the one knocking on their door after a tragedy.

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You understand, in my life, the only other person I spoke with or speak with more than Prince is my mother.

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Who is Tamron Hall?

Tamron Latrise Hall is a television journalist, television show and author. In September 2019, Hallestartedits transmission toself-employedunions.

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