Tamron Hall shares what it's been like hosting her show from home

Hall's show will begin summer giveaways to cap its first season, which has been a roller coaster ride that started out with a live audience and transitioned to her broadcasting from home.
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Transcript for Tamron Hall shares what it's been like hosting her show from home
Visit northwell.edu/safecare I feel it coming Back now with Tamron hall getting ready to kick off a summer of giveaways as she and her team reimagine what's possible. Tamron, thanks for being with I know your catchphrase is let's talk about it. Well, you've had a lot to talk about and I'm sure it's nothing you could have ever envisioned. What has it been like doing the show like this during these I'm going to tell you, Amy, it's like I think everyone. We're experiencing the same I think it was lady gaga who said obviously there are different levels of how we're coping with this pandemic. But the loss of control, the loss of what's next, that is resonating with all of us. We said let's talk about it. No idea that we'd be talking about a pandemic, protests, a huge movement of young people saying that they must be heard, the conversations are layered but a show like ours when we first started, we felt that there was a place to have this conversation. We said let's talk about it. I'll put my table up there. You can bring whatever type of chair you want. A high chair which is near my son's, a barcalounger, barstool but have a seat at the table and let's talk about it. Even things we could never imagine. Right, exactly. I know there have been challenges from doing things like this from home. I understand there was an embarrassing moment on zoom? I think there have been many embarrassing moments on zoom. Mine came in the form of we're at my home and tape the show. In fact, I discuss heard a window or something open. My mother is upstairs helping with my 1-year-old. My husband is here but I was on a zoom call with my executive producer one night and we meet 7:00 A.M., 3:00 P.M., all day long working around the clock from home and at one point I was so exhausted I was on my bed and thought I hit the video -- I never heard of zoom by the way until all this started and thought I turned off the video and I'm in my bed and I hear my producer's husband say, is she in her bed? I went -- I was fully clothed by the way but nevertheless I was in my bed and I'm thinking, this can't happen anymore so other than calls like this which you guys at "Gma," I keep the video off because I am not prepared for all this technology. I embrace it but I'm not fully prepared for it. I am right there with you. I know your son just turned 1 in quarantine. So congratulations. Thank you. Beautiful, beautiful, and I know that that's got a whole other set of challenges, I'm sure, but I know that it was him and your journey with motherhood during this year that inspired to you kick off this summer of giveaways. Tell us all about it. I'm so excited. Today we're kicking off the summer of giveaways having a virtual baby shower for moms who just had their children and moms who are expecting during this pandemic. So many times I look at this journey and think about my life last year, we're all doing that. I was looking at photos on my phone that we have of what was I doing this time last year? And I was preparing to have my first child at 48 years old and I can't imagine what it feels hike to walk into the hospital and some cases alone preparing for this moment. So we wanted to bring a little joy, a little love to moms who just gave birth or who are expecting and we've pulled together this virtual baby shower like you said, Amy, we didn't know what we would be talking about or how we would enrich the audience but when we started at the beginning of this pandemic we even used my child's baby monitor as one of the monitors for the show so I had two iPad, a baby monitor putting this all on and we wanted to celebrate the journey. It is a difficult one under the most ideal circumstances, whatever that is, but imagine now being at the hospital. We have a mom that we're surprising today. She's been on bedrest, I believe over 50 days in her hospital and she has no idea with the help of the hospital in the Chicago area we're going to sneak in and bring some joy so we're excited to do that. Obviously that's personal for me because of my journey as a mom, but love is love and we all could use a bit of joy so whether you're a parent or not, when you see this show today, you're just going -- I think you'll cry happy tears. I love it. "The Tamron hall show" will have a giveaway today. Thank you so much for being with us. Check your local listings for that. Ginger, we head to you now.

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