Daytime TV Top 10: The Most Memorable Moments Of 2017

Throughout 2017, daytime television has delivered some memorable moments. Enstars reveals the most memorable moments that happened on some of our favorite talk shows.

#10: Sister Act Reunion (The View)

Many millennials have fond memories of Whoopi Goldberg portraying the tour-de-force Deloris Van Cartier in Sister Act. ABC daytime chat show, The View, celebrated the movie's 25th anniversary with an exclusive reunion of that featured Goldberg reuniting with co-stars Kathy Najimy, Wendy Makkena, and Harvey Keitel, plus the film's music supervisor Marc Shaiman. The reunion episode also featured a taped message from Dame Maggie Smith, who was unable to attend the taping. The show concluded with an exceptional performance of "I Will Follow Him" that featured several of the surviving actresses who portrayed the nuns in the film.

#9: Ellen And Oprah Go To The Grocery Store (The Ellen Show)

Attention shoppers! There are two talk show icons in the produce department. Ellen DeGeneres and Oprah Winfrey created a hysterical moment when they visited a California grocery store. From Winfrey holding two melons to DeGeneres' embarrassing loudspeaker announcement, this segment put a smile on viewers' faces and also served as a plug for Winfrey's new brand of health-conscious food.

#8: Wendy Explains Her Fall (The Wendy Williams Show)

It was the fall seen around the world. Talk show host Wendy Williams collapsed during the live taping at her Halloween show. Williams spoke honestly and emotionally regarding the on-air accident. The talk show host thanked her loyal Wendy Watchers and haters for inspiring to push through and get back to Hot Topics in the purple chair.

#7: Gender-Bending Halloween (Live With Kelly And Ryan)

It has been years since the Live co-hosts switched genders for the Halloween show. Ryan Seacrest perfectly portrayed his television wife. It was hard for fans to keep a straight face as they saw Seacrest's Kelly Ripa at Soul Cycle and having dinner with husband and Riverdale star Mark Consuelos. Meanwhile, Ripa's Seacrest delivered laughs as she made fun of Seacrest's excessive schedule.

#6: Ellen Surprises Brooklyn Charter School (The Ellen Show)

The Emmy-winning talk show host surprised Brooklyn's Summit Academy Charter School with several acts of kindness. DeGeneres gave $25,000 to the New York school, but she did not stop there. A few weeks later, DeGeneres welcomed the entire Summit Academy Charter School's senior class to her show, who showcased their passion for education to America. DeGeneres teamed up with Walmart and gave each member of the senior class a four-year scholarship.

#5: Timothy Birckhead's Emotional Homecoming (The View)

The View produced one of its heartfelt moments of the year when they joined forces with The Home Depot Foundation and Homes For Our Troops to build a house for U.S. Navy veteran Timothy Birckhead. The show was with the Birckhead family at every step of the way that accumulated with an emotional homecoming. The Birckheads received a surprise special guest: NBA superstar Stephan Curry.

#4: Aisha Tyler Says Farewell (The Talk)

The Talk said goodbye to actress and comedian Aisha Tyler after six seasons. Tyler left the show to pursue her directorial debut. Despite making cameos this season, the show selected rapper Eve to replace Tyler.

#3: Vice President Biden's Emotional Visit (The View)

Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden visited the ABC talk show The View a few weeks ago. He had a frank and honest conversation with the hosts and shared an emotional moment with newcomer Meghan McCain. In a rare moment of bipartisanship, U.S. Vice President Biden comforted the daughter of his longtime friend of Senator John McCain. Senator McCain is currently battling same cancer that took the life of Biden's son, Beau.

#2: Ryan Seacrest Joins The Live Family (Live With Kelly And Ryan)

After Michael Strahan's controversial departure from Live With Kelly And Michael, Ripa had to go through a revolving door of co-hosts that included Jerry O'Connell, Carrie Ann Inaba, John Leguizamo, and Fred Savage to find the right replacement. Eventually, Ripa and the producers chose Ryan Seacrest to join the daytime talk show. He also announced his return to American Idol with much enthusiasm from Ripa.

#1: Diddy And Wendy End Feud (The Wendy Williams Show)

Wendy Williams and music mogul Sean 'Diddy' Combs ended their nearly 15-year feud with a lengthy interview. The two pop culture icons talked about fallen colleagues, their history with one another, and Diddy's new film: Can't Stop Won't Stop: A Bad Boy Story.


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