CBS Renews Natalie Morales’ Daytime Talk Show “The Talk” for 13th Season

There’s more talk in Natalie Morales future…

CBS has renewed its daytime series The Talk, featuring the 49-year-old Puerto Rican and Brazilian journalist, for a 13th season.

Natalie MoralesAlong with Morales, who joined the talk show as a host in the current 12th season, all of its current hosts — Akbar Gbajabiamila, Amanda Kloots, Jerry O’Connell and Sheryl Underwood — will be returning.

During the show today, Morales said, “The producers are just telling me there is some breaking news. This is just coming in right now, The Talk has been renewed for Season 13.”

Gbajabiamila added, “That was crazy, this feels so good” and O’Connell joked, “Now I know why all our bosses showed up today.”

Season 12 of The Talk, which is produced by CBS Studios, runs through August 5. It is executive-produced by Heather Gray and Kristin Matthews.

Last month, Underwood signed a new multi-year deal to remain on the show. Morales joined as a permanent co-host in October, while former NFL player Gbajabiamila became a permanent co-host in September. O’Connell also joined last year.

It comes after original co-host Sharon Osbourne was fired last year following controversial comments on race and her defense of friend Piers Morgan. Carrie Ann Inaba also left the show last year, as did Elaine Welteroth.

Christian Valderrama Appears in Mandy Moore’s “In Real Life” Music Video

Christian Valderrama is giving an inside look into his life…

Mandy Moore has released the music video for her new single “In Real Life,” and she called on a bunch of her celebrity friends to help her tell the story, including the Latino actor.

Christian Valderrama The new clip, released Friday (Mar. 18), finds Moore and her husband Taylor Goldsmith playing and taking care of their son Gus to the tune of the uplifting track, in which Moore sings, “Coming out of the dark / With you in my arms / We see whatever we needed to see.”

In addition to Valderrama, others stars appearing in their own “real life,” include Moore’s This Is Us co-stars, Matthew Koma and Hilary Duff, Wilmer Valderrama, Amanda Kloots and Karamo Brown, among others.

“I started writing this song while I was still pregnant with my son Gus, but didn’t end up finishing it until after he arrived. In a way it speaks to every cliché about becoming a parent: All the lights get turned on, everything crystallizes in a way that you never could have imagined,” Moore said in a press statement of the song, per Rolling Stone. “Before Gus was born, my life was completely about me, and not necessarily even in a selfish sense — you just put one foot in front of the other and make your way through the world, and hopefully try to be the best version of yourself. But then this person enters the equation, and all that gets turned on its head.”

Moore is set to release her album, In Real Life, on May 13.