Entertainment Tonight hosts Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner are set to emcee the 49th annual Daytime Emmy Awards, which will air live June 24. This marks the first time the duo will host the show, which is set to air live (delayed PT) on CBS and on demand on Paramount+. Frazier and Turner became the first Black duo to host an entertainment show when she came on board in 2021; Turner also is the first Black woman to host ET in the show’s 41-year history.
Entertainers Penn & Teller will host the Jan. 21 ceremony honoring Kelly Clarkson, Jordan Wertlieb, Kevin Frazier and Entertainment Tonight at NATPE Virtual Miami.
The long-running entertainment show’s executive producer compares Entertainment Tonight’s new way of remote working to a relay race, but host Kevin Frazier is geeking out over getting to use his arsenal of cameras and home tech to keep the show looking sharp.
Kevin Frazier replaces Rob Marciano on Entertainment Tonight, while Frazier is succeeded at The Insider by Louis Aguirre of WSVN Miami.
CBS Television Distribution’s Entertainment Tonight and The Insider are swapping talent. Kevin Frazier will leave ET to co-host The Insider with Lara Spencer, while Insider correspondent Chris Jacobs will head over to ET.