Steve Harvey is speaking out about the recent cancelation of his daytime talk show — and he has the best perspective on it.
Harvey has yet to comment publicly on the change, but a recent clip of him speaking during the final taping of Steve shows that the comedian is excited for the next chapter of his life.
“See your life ain’t nothing but a book,” he told the audience. “I happen to be 62 years old. I am in the middle of my 62nd chapter of the book that I’m writing.”
In the clip shared by his wife Marjorie Harvey, he continued on the book metaphor, saying that there were some bad chapters that lasted too long.
“That homeless chapter was way too long. Like three chapters long: I’m homeless…I am still homeless…Damn, I really am homeless!” he said to laughter.
Ultimately, Harvey said that this current chapter in his life is coming to an end right on time.
“But in this 62nd chapter, I’ve got my finger on the corner of the page,” he said. “All I’m doing is I’m about to turn it. I can’t wait to see what God got for me on that other page!”
“So proud of you baby!” Marjorie captioned the clip. “Let’s go do this.”
It was announced last week that Harvey’s daytime talk show would be airing its last episode in June after his time slot was replaced by Kelly Clarkson’s new talk show, set to debut this fall.
The comedian also recently learned that he will be replaced by Melissa McCarthy as the host of NBC’s kids’ talent show Little Big Shots.