Tamron Hall's recent glam sent fans buzzing with admiration as she looked gorgeous in a luxurious Alexander McQueen cardigan which cost a fortune and was totally worth it.
Tamron Hall's recent episode on her show, "Tamron Hall" came with a unique side to it. Not only did she display an array of eye-catching delicacies that had fans drooling, she also made a fashion statement enough to break the internet.
The star looked as radiant as ever, rocking a side-swept cropped hairstyle and perfectly done makeup. While she went about her business on the show, fans could not help but notice the chic cardigan she sported.
Hall looked pretty in the black Alexander McQueen outfit that cost $2,970. The cardigan was styled differently, with gold embroideries lacing up on the bodice.
The lovely bespoke had a plunging neckline while she sported a simple neck chain and stylish hoops. The TV personality completed her sweet look with a big smile to the delight of her fans. She captioned her post:
"We probably won't share any of these delicious desserts with you, but we'll definitely share the details of @tamronhall's #OOTD…"
Fans got to see more of her elegance and poise during the Halloween special of her acclaimed show. Hall, a mom-of-one, has shown off and showed out while channeling the legendary Diana Ross.
The award-winning host appeared in three iconic dresses that embodied Ross's sterling career. Hall came complete with the singer's mannerism, hairstyle, and poise while giving fans premium content.
The production crew alleges that they have been exposed to COVID-19 many times.
The first display was inspired by Ross's look from her "Live in Central Park" 1983 concert. The star host showed her fit figure in an orange sequined bodysuit, which came with a lengthy cape.
Hall wore her dark hair in curls channeling Ross's famous hairstyle. The next glam had her rocking an immaculate white shimmery dress with furry details at the hem and sleeves.
Hall's final look was the topper as she took fans back in time to Ross's old-time girl group, The Supremes. With the help of two other ladies, Hall did a beautiful rendition of the group's biggest track from 1964, "Baby Love."
Last month, many of "Tamron Hall's" crew members shared their dissatisfaction as they continued production when many other shows opted for remote airing.
The production crew alleged that they had been exposed to COVID-19 many times while at work because of the poor provision of safety protocols.
An insider made it known that an executive producer announced that some crew members contracted the virus and advised everyone who had been in touch with affected people to stay at home.
It seemed the alert was shunned as workers returned to continue filming until Hall herself dispersed the staff. So far, the show's network, ABC, has released a statement assuring the general public that workers' health is their utmost priority.