Blige was honored with a star on Hollywood Walk Of Fame in Hollywood, California on her 47th birthday today (Jan. Media moguls Sean Combs and Andre Harrell, and troubled singer/actor Tyrese were among the industry elites supporting Mary on her big day.

Steve Harvey is attempting to save his new talk show by distancing himself from President Trump after his ratings took a hit due to fallout for taking a meeting with Trump in January, Daily has exclusively learned.

Harvey was dismissive and defiant despite the backlash and lashed out at fans for challenging his decision.

The idea that talent can be fresh and effective at 3am PT for the live audience at 6am ET is a big no-no in radio,' explained a source with knowledge of the matter.

But Premiere Networks conceded to do the deal with Harvey only if he closed down his company Steve Harvey Radio and allowed them to take ownership of his morning show.

The source explained: 'Steve could have continued to survive with the first version of his show with these ratings because the show was produced out of Chicago and was less expensive to produce.

'But doing a daily talk show out of Los Angeles costs big dollars and with his current ratings, there's no way in hell WME-IMG can continue to bleed money like this into a sinking ship.' Harvey faced tremendous backlash from his TV and radio fans when he paid a visit to Trump Tower in New York City to meet with Donald Trump in January.

The 60-year-old relaunched his daytime show when his previous program was set to be canceled because the host refused to sign his contract because he wasn't getting a raise and couldn't move his show to Los Angeles.

As a result, Harvey's talent agency decided to launch a new show, simply retitled Steve, for the comic based in Hollywood in an effort to keep the show going.

He had been through a few scandals before - the divorces, the Miss Universe Pageant and the Asian joke gone bad - but he had never faced the wrath of his core audience before, middle-aged African Americans.'And unfortunately for Steve, he was too arrogant to realize the weight of his mistake and never made amends to his loyal followers for it.'Since then, the ratings for Harvey's game show Family Feud took a dip and the audience for his variety show Little Big Shots dropped almost by half.

But it wasn't until the ratings for his revamped talk show started suffering did Harvey acknowledge his glaring Trump error.

Harvey said: 'Meeting with Donald Trump was the worst mistake of my life.

I should have never gone up there'A source close to the production told Daily Mail.com: 'People just hate the show.

'Now Steve no longer owns his show and all of the co-hosts and staff checks come directly from Premiere,' shared the source.