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Extra, extra, read all about it. Tanika Ray is returning to the syndicated Extra TV show, for its 24th season. Ray, Renee Bargh, and Aj Calloway will co-host, with Mario Lopez, who hosts the entertainment news series. Additionally, Extra is bringing on British TV personality, Mark Wright, as a new correspondent. Ray was previously an Extra correspondent and host from 2004 to 2009. Extra, season 24, premieres on September 5, 2017. Check local listings for this syndicated TV show's time and channel. Read More… »
Extra alum Tanika Ray is returning to the veteran entertainment news show as co-host, along with Renee Bargh and Aj Calloway, and British TV personality Mark Wright has signed on as correspondent. They join Mario Lopez for the 24th season of the Emmy-winning show which premieres September 5. Ray, who served as a host and correspondent for Extra from 2004 to 2009, hosted the CW’s OhSit! competition in 2013, and also hosted Design Star and Hgtv’d for the Hgtv as well as… »
Congratulations to Aj Calloway!
The Extra host and his wife of nearly four years, Dionne, welcomed son Albert L. Calloway III on Tuesday, March 28. “God gives us blessings beyond our comprehension!” Calloway, 42, told Extra.
The couple is already parents to daughters Amy, 3, and Ava, 2.
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Calloway gushed about his new bundle of joy on Instagram, announcing, “In the place to be a week and change early! Welcome to the world A.L.C III.”
Adding in another post: “Overwhelmed and overjoyed! Mother and son are doing beautiful!”
The former 106 & Park host »
- Karen Mizoguchi
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