Hosts for New Celebrity Version of The Balancing Act Gaining Buzz
April 11, 2019
Celebrity Edition Airs May 20 on Lifetime
Your favorite morning show is getting charged up with five fresh new faces! The Celebrity Edition of The Balancing Act airs on May 20 at 7:30 a.m. on Lifetime. The Celebrity Edition is already garnering significant buzz thanks to Reza Farahan, the Shahs of Sunset cast member who shared an Instagram post with fellow Balancing Act contributors Ali Landry and Caroline Manzo.
“It was love at first sight for me! Honored to be working with [Ali Landry and Caroline Manzo],” Farahan said about the upcoming episode.
Both Farahan and Manzo are very familiar with finding balance. Farahan is a real estate maven and has launched his own line of haircare products. Manzo, the Real Housewives of New Jersey alum, juggles her TV career with being a business owner, wife, mother of three and a doting grandmother.
The Today Show’s website recently featured Manzo, focusing on her new look, which includes weight loss, cosmetic surgery and a fresh new hairstyle.
The celebrity edition will also feature talk show legend and Military Makeover host Montel Williams, along with celebrity chef and restaurateur Ralph Pagano. Both Montel and Chef Pagano have faced health scares recently, which has helped each of them focus on what’s really important. Montel suffered a serious stroke just a few months ago, one that kills nearly half of those who suffer one. He says that the health scare changed his life forever, and he’s dedicated to serving others. Pagano’s near-death experience in a kitchen accident inspired him to spend more time with his family.
Tune in May 20 to get celebrity perspectives on topics that matter to you, along with products and solutions for modern living. The Balancing Act celebrity edition will offer everything from delicious recipes, style makeovers and dream vacations to parenting tips and the latest in health and wealth.
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