Candace Owens Announces Talk Show: ‘Conservatives Want to Feel Heard’

Candace Owens sitting at table during a podcast. Credit: Instagram/@realcandaceowens

Controversial conservative pundit Candace Owens is getting a talk show on The Daily Wire, the conservative media company announced Tuesday.

The late-night talk show called Candace will film in front of a live studio audience in Nashville, according to a statement from The Daily Wire, which recently moved its headquarters from Los Angeles to Tennessee.

“Conservatives want to feel heard in the culture,” Owens said in a press release. “Candace is going to be funny, it’s going to be light-hearted, but most importantly it’s going to be hopeful. I am intimately involved in the production of the show, and I am incredibly excited to bring it to audiences.”

Each episode will include an opening monologue by Owens, a sit-down interview with a guest, and a panel discussion. The program will be shown weekly on The Daily Wire website for exclusive members, the outlet said.

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Owens, 31, is no stranger to voicing her contentious opinions. She is known for being a staunch Trump supporter, as well as criticizing the Black Lives Matter movement and the Democratic party.

She expressed many of her views on her podcast called “The Candace Owens Show.”

Her latest opinion came after the bombshell Prince Harry and Meghan interview with Oprah Winfrey. Owens insisted the couple was “scapegoating” when talking about their alleged racist treatment by the royal family.

The pundit tweeted: “Meghan Markle is less than 25% black. Her son is less than 12% black. Her and Harry implying that everything that happened to them is because of her blackness is a sickening level of scapegoating. What Harry is doing to his family (who cannot respond) is unforgivable.”

Last summer, Owens called the ongoing coronavirus pandemic a “scamdemic” on her social media accounts. Now she will take her views to late-night.

Candace will premiere on March 19.