Nancy O’Dell is leaving her perch as co-host of Entertainment Tonight after nearly a decade with the syndicated entertainment newsmagazine. The veteran showbiz journalist made the announcement at the end of Friday’s broadcast.
On Entertainment Tonight Monday, host Nancy O’Dell addressed crude, taped comments made about her by GOP presidential contender Donald Trump in 2005 and his response following their release last week. Referring to a previous statement, O’Dell repeated her assertion that “there is no room for objectification of women, or anyone for that matter.” She then added, “not even in the locker room.”
Nancy O’Dell, Emmy Award-winning co-anchor of the syndicated Entertainment Tonight, will host the NAB Show Television Luncheon on Monday, April 8, in Las Vegas. Since joining Entertainment Tonight in January 2011, O’Dell has secured exclusive interviews with luminaries including President Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, Oprah, Angelina Jolie, Jamie Foxx, Johnny Depp, Taylor Swift and […]
Former Access Hollywood co-anchor Nancy O’Dell will replace Mary Hart on Entertainment Tonight. O’Dell will join the syndicated entertainment newsmagazine in January as a special correspondent. After Hart leaves the show next year, O’Dell will step into the role of co-host alongside Mark Steines.