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From creator Sara Gilbert -- who also serves as a host and executive producer for the first nine seasons -- "The Talk" features discussion on current events, pop culture, contemporary issues and family. Co-hosts include Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba and Marie Osmond. In addition to interviews with celebrities and newsmakers, the program features musical performances, cooking segments and how-to demonstrations. The roster of celebrity guest co-hosts has included the likes of Jordana Brewster, Aisha Tyler, Scott Wolf, Carnie Wilson and Kelly Osbourne.

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Actress Marg Helgenberger; actress Simone Missick; actress Dove Cameron.
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Model Christie Brinkley; actress Megan Fox.
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Actress Liv Tyler.
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Actor Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson; actresses Jane Lynch and Sherri Shepherd guest co-host.

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