Brooke Shields to Host Talk Show on SiriusXM

NEW YORK — SiriusXM announced that actress, model, and author Brooke Shields, will host a new weekly one-hour talk show exclusively on SiriusXM’s Stars channel.

Brooke Shields Now will feature inspiring, passionate conversations between Brooke, experts and celebrity guests as they discuss topics and issues ranging from parenting and relationships to fashion, the arts and more.  A private person at heart, Brooke will share personal secrets and stories of her good and not so good life experiences, the lessons learned, and mistakes she’s made along the way.

Taking calls from listeners, Brooke Shields Now launches Monday, February 13  at 12 p.m. on SiriusXM’s Stars channel 109.  Guests confirmed to join Brooke on-air during the special limited-run series include InStyle editor-in-chief Laura Brown, and TODAY Show hosts Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb.

“I’ve always been a believer in having honest, frank conversations – the kind so many women crave,” said Brooke Shields. “At SiriusXM, I’ve found the perfect place for that, and look forward to sharing the conversations with my friends, special guests, and listeners nationwide.”

“Brooke is a multi-talented star whose fans span generations and we are thrilled to launch Brooke Shields Now and have her lead wide-ranging conversations our listeners will enjoy,” said Scott Greenstein, President and Chief Content Officer, SiriusXM. “She is known not just for her incredibly successful entertainment career, but also for her much-welcomed frankness on real life matters. On her new SiriusXM program listeners nationwide will get a glimpse into Brooke’s world, listen in on her revealing conversations with fellow celebrities and friends, and be able to talk with the star and her guests themselves.”

Actress and Author, Brooke Shields has had an extensive film, television and theater career. She is the recipient of five People’s Choice Awards and is the best-selling author of several books, including the highly publicized and critically acclaimed “Down Came the Rain: My Journey Through Postpartum Depression.” Brooke tapped into her experiences as a mother, successfully branching out into the world of children’s books, penning “Welcome To Your World, Baby” and “It’s the Best Day Ever Dad” for Harper Collins Publishers. Her latest book, “There Was a Little Girl: The Real Story of My Mother and Me,” quickly became a New York Times best-seller.  A graduate ofPrinceton University, Brooke is an advocate for women’s issues and keeping the arts alive in schools.  She is a happily married mother of two daughters and will next be seen in the indie drama “Daisy Winters.”

Brooke is 51 and a New York native.