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By Nate Millado

We've singled out some of TV's most memorable manes—long and short, curly and straight, outrageous and outlandish—for National Hair Day on Oct. 1. Did your favorite make the cut?

Regina Hall as Dawn Towner

Regina Hall with giant pink bow in her hair

Regina Hall as Dawn Towner in Black Monday.

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Big hair, don't care! As Dawn Towner on the '80s-set Wall Street–themed comedy Black Monday, actress Regina Hall rocks the decade's trademark voluminous locks and shoulder pads. "I'm having a little too much fun with all the bows in my hair," Hall told Deadline. "But I like it."

Stream Seasons 1 and 2 of Black Monday on SHOWTIME and SHOWTIME ANYTIME apps, as well as via SHOWTIME On Demand.

Lili Reinhart as Betty Cooper

Betty Cooper sipping a milkshake at a diner wearing a camel coat

Lili Reinhart as Betty Cooper on Riverdale.

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Betty's signature pony is to-die-for on Riverdale, but there's actually meaning behind the mane, as Lili Reinhart once told Glamour magazine. "When it comes to having her hair down or lower, like a lower pony, it's usually reflective of her mental state," Reinhart said. So when Betty's buttery blonde hair is down, so is she.

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Cush Jumbo as Lucca Quinn

Lucca Quinn sitting at a table

Cush Jumbo as Lucca Quinn in The Good Fight.

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If looks could kill, Lucca Quinn (Cush Jumbo) would slay! But her sleek pixie cut is no accident, according to The Good Wife head hairstylist Silvie Salle. "For her character to become this stronger, young lawyer, especially a woman of color in the industry, she had to have the look, she had to look powerful," Salle explained.

Stream The Good Wife and The Good Fight on CBS All Access.

Lucille Ball as Lucy

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Lucille Ball as Lucy in I Love Lucy.

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Sure, I Love Lucy was originally in black and white, but is there really a more famous redhead in TV history than Lucy (Lucille Ball)?

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Ethan Peck as Spock

Spock in a blue uniform with pointed ears and bowl cut

Ethan Peck as Spock in Star Trek: Discovery.

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Almost as iconic as Spock's (Ethan Peck) pointed ears and Vulcan brows? That trademark bowl cut.

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Sharon Osbourne

Sharon Osbourne holding on to her new silver hairstyle

Sharon Osbourne debuts her new silver look on The Talk.

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The Talk host Sharon Osbourne had dyed her hair deep red for nearly two decades but grew tired of the upkeep. In February, she went au naturel, debuting a sleek silver 'do on the panel.

Watch The Talk Weekdays on CBS and CBS All Access.

Simone Missick as Lola Carmichael

Judge Lola Carmichael in a courtroom

Simone Missick as Lola Carmichael in All Rise.

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Simone Missick—who plays Judge Lola Carmichael on CBS' All Rise—says she is "so thankful to have a thick head of kinky-curly hair." As she told Hype Hair: "I love my texture and my ability to style it in so many ways. I'm always changing my look, whether it's a twist-out or a pouf or a braided style, and it's my texture that allows for the versatility."

Stream full episodes of All Rise on CBS All Access.

Fran Drescher as Fran Fine

"Big hair and short skirts. That's what got Mel Gibson the Oscar," quipped Fran Fine (played by Fran Drescher) on the ’90s fish-out-of-water sitcom The Nanny. As the "flashy girl from Flushing," Drescher was rarely seen without a teased, sprayed, and volumized-to-the-max ’do.

Photo courtesy of Stephen Colbert.

Poppy is one lucky hamster. While sheltering in place, Young Sheldon star Iain Armitage revealed on Instagram that he was fostering his new furry pal, noting , "She makes life in quarantine much more fun!"

Indeed, CBS stars have always enjoyed the companionship of their four-legged friends, whether it's on a hike or during a much-needed cuddle on the couch.

Scroll to see more sweet photos of TV stars spending time with their furry friends!

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Darin Brooks sits with his family and their pet dog.

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Darin Brooks (The Bold and the Beautiful) poses for a family portrait with wife Kelly Kruger, baby Everleigh, and Chance.

Watch The Bold and the Beautiful Weekdays on CBS and CBS All Access.

Stephen Colbert sits on a couch while petting a dark brown dog.

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Stephen Colbert (The Late Show) "You're just in time for dinner, Mr. Bond. And Benny is...hungry," he jokes about his dog.

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert airs Weeknights at 11:35/10:35c on CBS. Stream full episodes on CBS All Access.

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Ashley Madekwe (Tell Me a Story) purrfects her red-carpet look.

Stream all episodes of Tell Me A Story on CBS All Access. Season 1 also airs now on The CW.

Emily Wickersham snuggles in very close to her sleeping dog.

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Emily Wickersham: (NCIS) watches over a snoozing Miguel.

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Norah O'Donnell hugs Ollie her light brown dog.

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Norah O'Donnell (CBS Evening News) and Ollie are ready for their close-up.

Watch CBS Evening News Weeknights on CBS and CBS All Access. Check local listings for times.

Allison Janney laughs as one of her three dogs approaches the camera during a walk in nature.

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Allison Janney (Mom) "Weekends were made for hikes with the kids," she says.

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Michela Watkins smiles against a backdrop of a western desert.

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Michaela Watkins (The Unicorn) shares a selfie with Jeff.

Stream full episodes of The Unicorn on CBS All Access.

Bryton James and his dog

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Bryton James (The Young and the Restless) gives his pup a lift.

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Sharon Osbourne (The Talk) and husband Ozzy make room for their pack of dogs.

The new season of The Talk premieres Monday, Sept. 21 on CBS and CBS All Access.

Carrie Ann Inaba and her cat Mimi Vader

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Carrie Ann Inaba (The Talk) "Who rescues who?" she says of her late feline friend Mimi Vader.

The new season of The Talk premieres Monday, Sept. 21 on CBS and CBS All Access.

Originally published in Watch Magazine, July-August 2020.

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Watch interviewed the music maven and award-winning talk show host for our March-April 2020 issue. Here's what a typical day looks like for Sharon Osbourne —when she's not sheltering-in-place at home and social distancing like most of us are doing right now.

Watch The Talk Weekdays at 2 P.M. ET/1 P.M. PT on CBS and CBS All Access.

By David Hochman

6:30 A.M.

My housekeeper wakes me up and runs my bath. What can I say? I'm spoiled! I'll watch CBS This Morning in the bath and have my breakfast there. Usually, a big bowl of fruit. Then I get ready to be late for work.

Stock image of a bowl of fruit.

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7:50 A.M.

I know I should exercise, but I'm a lazy old cow and just never get around to it. Who are these people who have time for SoulCycle?

9:00 A.M.

Our morning meeting for The Talk begins. I'm supposed to attend in person but, honestly, getting out the door can be challenging. I'll usually phone in from the car to discuss what's on the show that day.

Sheryl Underwood, Carrie Ann Inaba, Sharon Osbourne, Eve Cooper, and Marie Osmond.

Sheryl Underwood, Carrie Ann Inaba, Sharon Osbourne, Eve Cooper, and Marie Osmond, hosts of the CBS series The Talk.

Photo Credit: Art Streiber/CBS.

10 A.M.

My wardrobe is prepared for me when I arrive [at the studio], and I head into hair and makeup. People ask me about plastic surgery, and you know what? If you're not happy with the way you look and you have the money, change it! What's the big deal? As long as you don't look like you sucked on something to make your lips big, there's nothing wrong with it.

10:45 A.M.

We don't have any rituals on The Talk. My co-hosts [Sheryl Underwood, Carrie Ann Inaba, Eve, and Marie Osmond] don't hold hands and pray before the show or anything like that. For me it's last-minute prep and maybe a text from Ozzy or one of the kids.

Sheryl Underwood, Carrie Ann Inaba, Sharon Osbourne, Eve Cooper, and Marie Osmond.

The hosts of The Talk gather around the table.

Photo Credit: Art Streiber/CBS.

11 A.M.

An outstanding show for me is when we talk about something meaningful and have an amazing guest. I've got so many favorites, I can't even count. Debbie Reynolds I adored. I love whenever Jane Fonda comes on. She's smart, funny, and well-informed.

Kobe Bryant was a wonderful, beautiful guy. The world will miss him greatly. Hugh Jackman, Jamie Lee Curtis. I'm telling you, it's the greatest job.

The hosts of The Talk and guest the late Kobe Bryant.

On the set of The Talk with the late Kobe Bryant.

Photo Credit: Sonja Flemming/CBS.


We've really become friends on the show. As much as we see each other for work, we're also involved with each other's lives. We'll text, we'll have dinner together. All the women at the table on The Talk earned their right to be there. They've had incredible lives, they're self-made women, and they have strong opinions. We're all very different, but it's a wonderful fit.

12:30 P.M.

Lunch is sustenance mainly. Today I ordered a chicken sandwich, but it sat there all day looking at me, and now it's gone curly.

2 P.M.

I've been managing [Ozzy's] career for 40 long and wonderful years. In the afternoon, I'll go over tracks with Ozzy or look at art for an album. We've been through so much together. I'll look at our hands sometimes and remember when they were young hands. Every wrinkle on his face tells a story. The poor guy's been recovering from a fall and an illness, but he has a new album and really wants to be out there performing live again. Our time is so precious together.

Ozzy Osbourne and wife Sharon Osbourne.

With Ozzy Osbourne, her husband of 37 years.

Photo Credit: Ian West/Getty Images.

4:30 P.M.

My kids aren't kids anymore, but we're always in touch. Jack's on location shooting and hosting Haunted Highway, a show about paranormal activity. Kelly's busy doing a million projects. My eldest daughter, Aimee, is going down the Nile in Egypt right now. And I've got three wonderful little girls—7, 4, and 2—who are my grandkids. Grandparenting is so much easier. I'm not their mom. Ozzy's not their dad. So we just spoil them silly.

6:30 P.M.

I didn't come from a family where my mum made cakes and baked breads, and I don't cook. We're good at ordering food. No red meat, no pork, but just about everything else.

8:00 P.M.

Ozzy and I are champion binge watchers. We love Ray Donovan, and when Game of Thrones ended, it was like a catastrophe!

Ozzy, Sharon, Jack, and Kelly of the MTV reality series The Osbournes.

Ozzy, Sharon, Jack, and Kelly of the MTV reality series The Osbournes.

Photo Credit: Michael Yarish/MTV/Getty Images.

9:30 P.M.

Sometimes I'll look at clips from the old Osbournes TV show and they're like home movies for us. I know it was outrageous, but nothing was scripted. Everything was real and the show represented us 100 percent.

You'd never see a show like that now. Two crews living with us in the house on two different shifts around the clock. So many other guys in bands tried to do it afterwards. Oh, I've got kids and a couple of dogs. We could do a reality show. But it doesn't work like that. When you bring cameras into the home, you need a personality and you need something going on all the time. Otherwise it's going to be boring and you're going to get canceled.

10:15 P.M.

I love my dogs and cats, and I think the newest pooch might be the biggest troublemaker of the bunch. A very good friend of ours from England got me a Pomeranian, and she must weigh four pounds. She's tiny, but she's an absolute terrorist. She terrorizes the rest of the dogs.

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Sharon Osbourne and her Pomeranian Bella.

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Sharon Osbourne.


In the music biz, you become accustomed to staying up late. I'll read or watch videos to get ready for whoever's coming on The Talk. I don't care that I need to be up early. Sometimes we'll stay up until 1 or 2 or 3 a.m. I don't sleep much and I don't care. So, you yawn a little. But seriously, you don't want to miss anything. There's too much excitement in the world for sleep.

Originally published in Watch Magazine, March-April 2020.

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