Steve Harvey Once Talked About Losing His Talk Show in 2016 Interview
An old interview revealed that Steve Harvey had been anticipating his show's cancelation.
Steve Harvey is probably going through the most difficult week of his career, after NBC announced the cancellation of his syndicated talk show.
But in an old interview in 2016, Harvey had contemplated the possibility and revealed his fears which originated from a period of homelessness.
STEVE HARVEY IS STILL RUNNING FROM HOMELESSNESS
Harvey confessed that even though he is worth over $160 million, he still has nightmares about being homeless and living on $50 a week.
Harvey, 62, revealed that he had a plan in case his talk show ever got canceled.
“I’m running from homelessness. I can’t ever be in that position again. If my show gets canceled, I’ve got three more. I don’t have any free time, but I have 12 jobs,” said Harvey.
STEVE HARVEY BUMPED FOR KELLY CLARKSON
The fabled comedian’s talk show was canceled by NBC after seven years, and will be replaced in the same time slot by "The Kelly Clarkson Show," a variety talk show hosted by singer Kelly Clarkson.
Harvey's wife Marjorie posted an Instagram video of her husband talking to his live studio audience while taping the final episode of "Steve"
A DOUBLE WHAMMY FOR STEVE HARVEY
The next day NBC announced that it was dropping Harvey as the host of the hit kids’ talent show "Little Big Shots". He will be replaced by actress/comedian Melissa McCarthy.
STEVE HARVEY IS STILL GOING STRONG
NBC’s co-chairman of entertainment Paul Telegdy announced that "Little Big Shots" will be going through some changes.
“Melissa’s just an incredible performer and incredible comedian. Melissa is a strong creative force with her own ideas. Changes will be apparent,” Telegdy said.
Harvey will continue to host "Showtime at the Apollo", "Family Feud", "Celebrity Family Feud" and the Miss Universe competition.
STEVE HARVEY IS LOOKING FORWARD TO THE FUTURE
Steve Harvey has had a week of upheavals but he is taking it all in his stride.
Harvey's talk show was canceled by NBC after seven years, and being replaced by Kelly Clarkson's new talk show which will premier in September 2019, and he was replaced as host of the kid's variety show "Little Big Shots" with Melissa McCarthy.
Harvey's wife Marjorie posted an Instagram video of her husband talking to his live studio audience while taping the final episode of "Steve", and it shows his incredible resilience.
"Seven years coming to a close. This is good though, man. You gotta understand how it works. Your life ain't nothing but a book. I happen to be 62 years old. I am in the middle of my 62nd chapter of the book that I'm writing."
Harvey expressed his faith in God, and his excitement at the adventure that life promises to present in this new chapter of his career. Good luck, Steve Harvey.