In addition to the special prime time interview with Janet Jackson, Roberts is also hosting an hour-long special titled “Bright Lights. Big Stars. All Access Nashville” tomorrow.
“I always want to be a team player,” she told the AP. “I’m not making any demands, or feeling like, ‘Ah-ha, now it’s my turn.’ I’m the nice one. I do throw some elbows under the basket, though.”
Bauder also writes:
ABC’s morning show is a longtime, yet profitable, No. 2 to NBC’s dominant “Today” show, and Roberts doesn’t seem to expect the coming anchor change will bring with it a dramatic format shift.
“I have my routine in the morning and when it changes a little bit, I feel off-kilter,” she said. “I can’t imagine any sweeping changes, but you’re always evaluating what your audience wants.”
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