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Jerry Springer Talks About Summer Gig on ‘The Price is Right Live’ and New Show ‘Baggage’

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Jerry Springer joined us live to talk about his summer job as ‘The Price is Right Live’ host in Missouri. The Price is Right Live™ Stage Show at the Moon River Theatre will feature the return to Branson of celebrity host Jerry Springer, for an exclusive engagement May 23rd – June 29th and July 23rd – August 3rd. Direct from the producers of “The Price Is Right” TV show, each performance features such fan-favorites as “Plinko,” “Cliffhangers,” the “Big Wheel” and, of course, a fabulous “Showcase.”  The show lets lucky audience members play for thousands of dollars in cash and prizes. Playing to sold out audiences for over 10 years, “The Price is Right Live™” has given away well over 10 million dollars in cash and prizes. It will run Wednesday through Sunday nights at 8pm, May 23rd through August 3rd.  Kids (12 and under) are free with each paid adult ticket.

For more information or tickets for the Price Is Right Live, or for ticket information for any of Branson’s shows ,attractions or lodging arrangements, please contact the Branson Tourism Center. It is one of Branson’s largest and most respected vacation planning services. You can can visit their website or call 1-800-785-1550

In addition to hosting “The Jerry Springer Show,” now in its 24th year, Jerry has served as the mayor of Cincinnati, Emmy® Award-winning newscaster, game show host, country recording artist, international emcee, and TV personality. Springer has been in movies and on Broadway, and won America’s heart with his dancing on the third season of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.” Currently, Springer is hosting “Baggage,” on the Game Show Network. On each half-hour episode of BAGGAGE, Jerry Springer guides the fun as one dater chooses among three contestants, who reveal the intimate secrets and hidden flaws that are typically kept under wraps to impress a first date. Each contestant enters with three suitcases—small, medium and large—containing the quirky, annoying and sometimes truly shocking “baggage” that may or may not eliminate them from the competition. In the end the dater’s tagline ends in, “I’m sorry, but you have too much baggage.”

The Jerry Springer Show airs weekdays on KTLA5.

This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning News on April 23, 2014.