Jo Frost to become talk show host
'Supernanny' star Jo Frost is to host her own talk show, which will look at "real people's" problems.
Jo Frost is to host her own talk show.
The 'Supernanny' star is to present the programme, which will look at "real people's" problems, helping dysfunctional teenagers and adults improves their lives.
The programme - which is being produced by the same people who make the infamous 'Jeremy Kyle Show' - is being lined up for the UK and the US.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Jo's compassionate nature will offer guests who are buckling under family pressures a chance to work through their problems without being judged. But she won't hold back when something needs saying! Jo will be living up to her reputation as an ambassador for families.
"If the pilot goes well, there is talk of making an American version."
Jo is famed for no-nonsense attitude on 'Supernanny', which sees her go into troubled families and sort out the behaviour if their unruly children, by using techniques as time out and the naughty step.
The Channel 4 show was a huge hit and has also been a success in America.