I love Lucy and she loves me, why don’t we start a PODCAST?!?
The late, great Lucille Ball is getting her very own podcast show 30 years after her death.
Ball, who starred as Lucy in “I Love Lucy,” will be the host of “Let’s Talk To Lucy” airing on SiriusXM.
The American sitcom icon passed away in 1989 at the age of 77.
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According to The New York Post, the limited three-week series is set to debut Thursday, August 5, and will air on SXM Channel 104, as well as on Pandora and Stitcher.
The podcast is named after Ball’s short-lived 1960s CBS Radio show, “Let’s Talk to Lucy.”
Ball’s show will feature newly resurrected recordings of interviews between the raucous redhead and old Hollywood legends like Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand and Bob Hope.
“It’s a treasure trove of personal information from some of the greatest talents of American entertainment,” said Lucie Arnaz, 70, Ball’s daughter with her late television and real-life husband, Desi Arnaz
Ball’s on-screen counterpart passed way in 1986 of lung cancer at age 69.
The recordings which will be featured on ‘LTTL’ are a private collection Lucie has held onto for decades.
“My family and I can’t wait to share them with the rest of the planet,” Ball’s daughter added.
“Although I have been care-taking these ancient tapes for over 30 years, I had never really listened to them all,” the Emmy winner’s daughter explained. “I had no idea how many remarkable people Mom had talked to on these radio shows.”
Ball was able to collect these interviews with a portable recording device.
Her show will also include tributes to the late comedian from famous fans, such as Ron Howard, Amy Poehler and Tiffany Haddish.
The A-List guests will even answer some of the original questions asked by Ball during her radio hostess run.