It’s business as usual for Loni Love. Since she’s been self-isolating due to the coronavirus, the Real cohost, 48, is sticking to her everyday routine more or less. The only difference? She’s just doing it all at home!
The first thing on Love’s agenda is giving her skin some TLC. At 7 a.m., she puts on a sheet mask for 20 minutes. “It allows to me relax a minute and think about the day, and meditate, and be grateful for some things,” she says exclusively in the new issue of Us Weekly.
If you’re not already watching The Funny Dance Show on E!, Loni Love just might convince you to start.
Love is a judge on the dance competition show—which pits comedians against each other in the name of charity—and on Thursday, she joined E!’s Morgan Stewart in an Instagram Live for Daily Pop to talk about her experience.
“First of all, I’m so happy to be back as part of the E! family,” Love said. “People know me from Chelsea Lately, and we were a family then, and now I’m back with The Funny Dance Show.”
Love is not only back at E!, but also “back into the comedy space of being with comedians again,” she explained.
In fact, according to Love, everyone you see on the show are comedians. Like the show’s title implies, they simply perform “funny dances.” Watching, she added, can be a great form of escapism.
Leah Remini, whose A&E series Leah Remini: Scientology And The Aftermath won an Emmy in 2017, will receive the Impact Award at the inaugural Critics’ Choice Real TV Awards next month.
The ceremony, which organizers the Broadcast Television Journalists Association and NPACT said Wednesday will be emceed by The Real co-host Loni Love, is set for June 2 at the Beverly Hilton and will air June 9 on VH1. It honors excellence in nonfiction, unscripted and reality programming across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.
Since the charges have been dropped against Jussie Smollett, people are split on where they stand with the embattled actor. Some still don’t believe him, while others have been staunch supporters since the beginning. Comedian Loni Love is the latter.
Love explained on the DL Hughley Show nightly talk show, “I always believed him. I always believed that he was innocent. I mean, there was no reason for him to make this up D.L.”
Click here to watch the full video to see her full reason for supporting Smollett. If you’re a naysayer, she might just change your mind.