Dallas Replaces Steve Harvey’s Radio Show with Claudia Jordan’s ‘Morning Rush’

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Steve Harvey‘s syndicated radio show in DFW is being replaced by Former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Claudia Jordan. Jordan will appear on Dallas-Fort Worth radio station “Smooth R&B 105.7.”

Jordan will co-star on the show with comedian Rudy Rush and together the two will host “The Morning Rush with Claudia and Rudy.” The reality star’s morning show replaced Steve Harvey‘s syndicated radio show “The Steve Harvey Morning Show” which lastly aired on August 31, after broadcasting for 15 years.

Claudia Jordan
(photo credit: Claudia’s Instagram)

The Dallas, Texas morning show starring Jordan and Rush will air from 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. central time beginning Monday, September 24. Both hosts plan on delivering raw content to “Morning Rush” listeners.

Jordan took to Instagram on Wednesday to share the great news about her radio gig with fans. She wrote, “Dallas! Meet your new Smooth R&B Radio Morning Show co-hosts! Me and @rudyrush will be taking over 105.7 in Dallas starting Monday, September 24th. If you don’t live in the Dallas Area please download our ap SmoothR&B 105.7 to hear us online no matter where you live and catch all the shenanigans. Thanks for all the love and support!”

Jordan starred on season 7 of “RHOA” and worked as a showgirl on “Price Is Right.” She also developed radio skills on the “Rickey Smiley Show” and Jamie Foxx’s radio show “The Foxx Hole.” She recently worked alongside author Michael Eric Dyson on the digital series “The Raw Word.” The station has yet to explain why Steve Harvey Morning Show was dropped.

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