July 12, 2018

Reese Witherspoon invites a popular star as first guest on her talk show

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Oscar-winning actress Reese Witherspoon is ready to kickstart her new talk show with legendary singer and actress Dolly Parton, among other big stars.

Little Big Lies star Reese Witherspoon will soon be seen donning the hat of a chat show host on Shine On With Reese, a show that features successful women from different walks of life.

As reported by Daily Mail, the first guest star on Witherspoon’s show will be iconic artist Dolly Parton. Other guests who will appear in the first few episodes include America Ferrera, Pink, Ava DuVernay and Kacey Musgraves.

Apart from these celebrities from the entertainment industry, the show is also set to feature leading female entrepreneurs like Spanx founder Sara Blakely and the creator of Sprinkles, Candace Nelson.


The unscripted talk show is a project co-produced by AT&T and Hello Sunshine, Witherspoon’s own media establishment. Read more about on our Twitter account @amomama_usa.


Speaking about the show in a press conference, the 42-year-old actress shared that she was excited about working with like-minded creative people from AT&T in partnering with and supporting Hello Sunshine.

Witherspoon added that the collaboration was a step forward in her media company’s vision of highlighting the prowess of women who have gathered great accolades for their life’s work.


The concept of the show was also explained by Hello Sunshine’s Digital Media and Programming head Charlotte Koh, who stated that the show narrated incredible stories of extraordinary women with unique perspectives.

By hosting a talk show, Witherspoon is excited about broadening her horizons, revealing one more facet of her talent to her fans. 

Apart from bagging roles in major Hollywood productions, she is also thrilled about releasing her first cookbook titled Whiskey In A Teacup

The book is scheduled to be released in September this year, and Witherspoon will soon be on an extensive promotional tour.