If you follow the Shark on Facebook or Instagram, chances are, you have seen the new Shark Morning Show around the Seacoast.

We have asked you to guess who you think it might be.

So far, we have had a lot of good answers, but wrong ones.

It's not:

Adam Sandler

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Seth Myers

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Oprah Winfrey

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In an effort to help you make your guesses (although those were good), we've decided to give you a few clues:

  • They spend a lot of money on HAIR.
  • They were born and bred in New Hampshire.  They lived in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, for a few years, too, but barring any vacations away, they've always laid their head down in the 603.
  • They once won $250 bucks in a karaoke competition in Florida by singing a Willie Nelson song.
  • They love people and making people smile in the morning, but you'll get to know that soon enough.
  • Their first concert was Bryan Adams and Journey.
  • They once slept in Central Park in New York City because they had no money for a hotel.
  • They got a speeding ticket in Arizona once, and they're still mad about it.
  • They are a really great cook with butter and flour but struggle with spinach and kale.
  • They are the baby of a large Irish family.
  • They rarely get mad, but don't come after their family. That would be baaaad.
  • You might recognize them from your past like, your favorite school teacher or coach.

The New Shark Morning Show host starts on February 12, 2024, at 6 a.m.

Make your guesses and we'll see you on the radio!

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