The Nate Berkus Show is currently up for two Daytime Emmys — outstanding lifestyle program and lifestyle host — no small feat for a first-season series. But Berkus has even more to crow about. Following in the footsteps of his mentor, Oprah, the home-makeover whiz is turning movie mogul. And he's not starting small. Berkus is one of the executive producers of DreamWorks' hotly awaited August film The Help, based on Kathryn Stockett's bestseller about a secret sisterhood of women in 1960s Mississippi...
Who better to perform a design miracle than Nate Berkus? On today's Nate Berkus Show (check local listings), the Oprah protégé helps a woman turn her tiny apartment into a dream retreat by showing her how less can be so much more. And since this is the season of giving, Berkus interrupted his recovery from an emergency appendectomy to share his tips for an elegant Christmas in a space-starved home...
Designer and talk show host Nate Berkus is recovering at home from an appendectomy, The Associated Press reports.
Talk show host Nate Berkus hospitalized
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Designer and talk show host Nate Berkus has been hospitalized and is expected to undergo surgery for appendicitis, according to People.
Despite feeling ill, Berkus, 39, made an appearance on the Today show Tuesday. "He powered through and then went straight to the hospital after that and they learned he had appendicitis," a rep for The Nate Berkus Show told the magazine.
On the set of The Nate Berkus Show: How the designer turned a set into a home
When designer Nate Berkus was given his own daily syndicated talk show, his director told him he had two choices for the set: "It could either look like a night club or it could look like a fake house with stairs that lead to nothing," the director said.
Berkus said no to both.
Berkus, 39, spent the summer before the September launch designing the studio with vintage furniture, old books that he's read, a wall of live greenery, and colonial wall detailing. From the moment the audience members take their seats, they're in Berkus' home, not on his set.