Tamron Hall Puts Grace on Display After Reporter’s Insensitive Remarks on her Sister’s Murder
Many people wouldâ€™ve taken a different course, butÂ Tamron HallÂ took the high road after encountering a reporterâ€™s insensitive response after she spoke on theÂ murder of her sister.
The Huffington Post reports that those in the audience were unanimous in saying that Hall displayed â€śtotal graceâ€ť in light of the situation, which produced an awkward moment.
The moment came after the NBC news anchor reportedly shared her memories of the 2004Â homocide of her sister during a Television Critics Association panel this past Thursday in Pasadena, CA. According toÂ The Wrap, Hall opened up about her regrets for not acting sooner against her sisterâ€™s attacker.
â€śI should have hugged my sister, and I should have found help for her,â€ť said Hall, who addressed her sisterâ€™s murder in August while discussing her new show, â€śDeadline: Crime with Tamron Hall.â€ť The show, is scheduled for a September interview on Investigation Discovery.
During her speech, a reporter identified by The Wrapâ€™s Tim as television critic Jonathan Storm set off the awkward moment , saying â€śThatâ€™s all nice, but can you answer my question?â€ť
Despite the moment being difficult to watch, those in the audience stated that Hall remained calm.