Sherri Shepherd Wants A Baby! ‘The View’ Co-Host Offers “Free Weave And A Hyundai For A Year” To Surrogate Willing To Carry Her Seed!

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Babies, Celebrity Seeds, Chubby Lumpkins

Sherri Shepherd and son Jeffery Tarpley Redbook's special screening of 'Puss In Boots' held at Hearst Tower - Arrivals New York City, USA - 24.10.11

Sherri’s kid lookin’ like “I can’t take this broad nowhere!” Sherri is looking to become a mom again, but she’s hoping to find a surrogate to do it for her.

Via US Weekly:

Sherri Shepherd might joke about her quest for baby number two, but that doesn’t mean she isn’t serious about adding to her family.

“I’m trying to have another baby you know, I’m still trying . . . still looking for a uterus,” she tells Rachael Ray in an upcoming appearance on the chef’s daytime show (airing Monday). Shepherd adds that she’s ready to make a deal with any potential surrogates still weighing their options: “I’ll give you a free weave and a Hyundai for a year,” the comedienne quips.

The View co-host, 45, knows that in looking to add to her family, she and husband Lamar Sally have a tough road ahead of them.

“I don’t know how we’re going to have this baby because I’m in my forties and I can’t even remember my first son’s name,” she admits. “But I’m going to have another baby because I’m feeling good.”

Shepherd and Sally tied the knot a little over a year ago, in August 2011; she has a 7-year-old son, Jeffrey, with her ex-husband Jeff Tarpley.

We’re not sure free weave and a Hyundai is gonna cut it for any decent surrogate, but we do wish Sherri and her hubby good luck having their baby.


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