It’s so hard to say goodbye.
Talking head Colin Cowherd gave his co worker Joy Taylor a really nice send-off on Labor Day. Joy is heading off to join the updated version of Speak For Yourself, which was a result of a daytime lineup shuffle over at Fox. It was a cool moment for two colleagues who have worked together for a very long time. The duo even somehow got through a pandemic. Cowherd and Taylor have worked together on The Herd with Colin Cowherd since she joined FS1 back in 2016. Joy Taylor filled in as co-host of The Herd for years following Kristine Leahy’s departure. Taylor took over the role full-time when Leahy left to host her own show, Fair Game with Kristine Leahy. Taylor was a great fill in for Leahy, she was a strong voice across from Colin Cowherd, and she also brought plenty of humor to the show, which is always welcome.
Joy Taylor said goodbye to The Herd on Monday as Colin Cowherd wished her well. The pair spoke about their time together in a very touching segment.
"The first day I was on the show, you actually told me to talk more. When you go, just go. Give your opinion."
Check out @JoyTaylorTalks on @SpeakOnFS1 starting tomorrow at 4:30 ET pic.twitter.com/p6Syu42xgp
— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) September 5, 2022
Joy Taylor is being replaced by Jason McIntyre, not as easy on the eyes but he and Colin have worked together plenty of times, so their chemistry is on point.
Best of luck to Joy moving forward, hopefully we can continue to feature here on Sideaction.
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