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1. She has her own chat show.
2. I saw her on a chat show yesterday.
3. He had once had his own networked chat show.
4. The new faces do include chat show host Chrystal Rose and Dily Braimoh.
5. He has hosted a prime-time chat show coast to coast in the U.S. for 26 weeks.
6. In January I announced that a chat show host's spouse was to appear in EastEnders.
7. a TV chat show full of B-list celebrities.
8. And Boyle, the bookmakers' favorite and international chat show darling since her endearingly awkward audition clip clocked up more than 100 million views on YouTube, lost out too.
9. He guested on a very cool chat show this month.
10. In England they call a talk show a chat show.
11. During the close season Tevez told an Argentine chat show he would never return to Manchester, while Balotelli has also had his problems with the north-west.
12. After this programme there will be chat show on TV.
13. He will step down before the election, a decision he announced on a chat show.
14. Mr Andreotti has been cleared in two trials, and is now a chat show regular with a dry wit.
14. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and make good sentences.
15. On Wednesday, there are two events - an arena trial and chat show.
16. I think she's trying to do the same now with the chat show.
17. The little feller, now 72, was in Newcastle to record a Tyne Tees Television chat show.
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