The Talk’s Elaine Welteroth knew Amanda Gorman’s brilliance From Teen Vogue: “ She’s Black History ”

The Talk's Elaine Welteroth knew Amanda Gorman's brilliance From Teen Vogue: `` She's Black History ''

Elaine Welteroth of The Talk spoke with us about her days as IEC at Teen Vogue and finding Amanda Gorman before the rest of the world during Black History Month.

One of The Talk’s new co-hosts, Elaine welteroth, 34, knew the poet and activist Amanda Gorman, 21, well since her days as editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue – so it’s no surprise to see the rest of the world take notice of her beauty. “She’s the story of black people in the making,” said Elaine Hollywoodlife EXCLUSIVELY during an episode of TVTalk on Instagram Live on February 25 where she discussed the importance of Black History Month. “She was actually one of Teen Vogue’s 21 Under 21s who celebrated amazing people doing things under 21. She was on that list. We have seen its shine for a long time.

Amanda became a household name after delivering a touching poem at the President’s inauguration Joe biden, 78 years old, and vice-president Kamala harris, 56, on January 20. Reciting “The Hill We Climb” in front of millions of people just days after the murderous riot in the capital in Washington DC, the youngest inaugural poet in US history has continued to garner popular attention. . On February 7, Amanda was the first poet to perform at the Super Bowl, reciting “Chorus of the Captains” which targeted frontline workers who saved lives during the coronavirus pandemic.

(Amanda Gorman recites a poem at the inauguration of President Joe Biden. Courtesy of MEGA).

After parting ways with Teen Vogue in 2017, Elaine isn’t at all surprised to see Amanda making a name for herself all these years later. “It’s so amazing to see her have this national – This world stage watching her,” Elaine added. “It’s celebrating her, it’s learning from her.”

Elaine became emotional on a recent episode of The Talk after talking about her own struggles growing up in a Métis family. “I couldn’t look at it back,” Elaine said. “I think you ask an interesting question if I had a Kamala Harris and if I could have a role in terms of being a multicultural woman. A black woman from a Métis heritage, well regarded and who speaks openly about her cultural identity and her individuality. And his pride, but truly recognizing his darkness. Racial identity is so beautifully complex and we don’t really often talk about racial identities. Then I do not know. Maybe I would have felt a little different.

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For now, Elaine is thrilled to see the girl she knew in 2017 continue to fly away. “Her future is so bright that she has this quality that brings people together across color lines, across generational divisions. That’s all, the very beginning of what will be a milestone journey for her. You can see Elaine and her fellow co-hosts on weekdays at The speech at 2 p.m. EST / 1 p.m. PST on CBS.

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