Jerry Springer Admits To ‘Ruining The Culture’ With His Daytime TV Show

 Jerry Springer Admits To ‘Ruining The Culture’ With His Daytime TV Show

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Jerry Springer, 78, appeared on David Yontef’s podcast,

“Behind The Velvet Rope”

to talk about his popular daytime tv show Jerry Springer. The pop culture icon admitted that his long-standing program 

“ruined the culture.” 

When asked if he assumes the title of 

“granddad of reality TV,”

The British-American former host instead apologized for his nationally syndicated show.

“No, I just apologize. I’m so sorry. What have I done? I’ve ruined the culture,”

he responded.  

“I just hope hell isn’t that hot because I burn real easy. I’m very light-complected, and that kind of worries me,”

he joked. He added, I’m

“just a schlub who got lucky,”

and that show business was

“never a thought in my mind.”

Jerry Springer first aired on television in 1991 and has lasted for 28 seasons. The show invited guests to speak on a variety of topics that usually led to outrageous behavior.

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Tatiana Tait

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