Sherri Shepherd almost needed her smelling salts when two stars of ABC's addictive primetime sudser, Scandal visited The View on Monday. I really can't say that I blame her; I mean it was Guillermo Diaz (Huck) and Katie Lowes (Quinn)!
Did the ladies of The View get any scoop out of the stars? Is Huck about to carve Quinn like leftover Thanksgiving turkey for getting mixed up with the sinister B613? Watch the clip after the jump to find out if any Gladiator tea was spilled! READ MORE
Barbara Walters is ready to close another chapter of her illustrious career. The broadcasting icon and The View host is set to feature her final 10 Most Fascinating People special on December 18. Though we won't know who her No. 1 pick is until the day it airs, we do know who else made the list.
Everyone from Robin Roberts, whose medical struggles have provided emotional moments on Good Morning America, to the stars of Duck Dynasty, twerker Miley Cyrus and the Pope are on the list.
See nine of her picks after the jump! READ MORE
The Today Show may still be feeling Hoda Kotb, but The View’s Barbara Walters and Bill Geddie aren't checking for her! On Wednesday's episode of The View, Walters denied rumors the ABC chatfest was trying to snag Kotb away from NBC’s morning show.
Bill and I have never called her. We have never met her. We have never offered her a compelling deal. I like her a lot.
How should a woman defend the argument women aren't harder on each other men are? If you are Barbara Walters, you interrupt your female co-host repeatedly and nearly hit her while trying to make the point!
The Huffington Post chronicled the debate between ABC's retiring legendary interviewer, guest host Joe Scarborough and Sherri Shepherd, during which Walters prevented Sherri from disagreeing about topic.
"Women are so much tougher on other women than men are," Scarborough said.
"I think that's a myth," Walters fired back.
Shepherd disagreed with Walters once more and began to speak to Scarborough's point.
"We are--" she began. But Walters interrupted her again, this time sticking her hand out to stop her from speaking.
"I don't think that," Walters said, holding her hand in front of Shepherd. "I think that most women-- and I work all the time with women-- and they are supporting and helpful."
"I think you're not seeing women--" Shepherd began again.
This time Walters interrupted her again. She lifted her hand and pushed it toward Shepherd, nearly smacking her in the face!
"[I've worked] seventeen years on this show, and you haven't seen it," Walters said.
Sharon Osbourne might have let her mouth write a check her behind couldn't cash. On a recent installment of The Arsenio Hall Show featuring the cast of The Talk, the outspoken Brit said all of The View's co-hosts, save for Barbara Walters, could go "f*ck themselves". Snort. Giggle.
This week on her own chatfest, Osbourne issued a mea culpa. Take a little time to enjoy the crow-eating after the jump! READ MORE
The Talk's Sharon Osbourne isn't shy about sharing how she really feels about the competition. The former reality TV matriarch appeared on The Arsenio Hall Show, along with her co-hosts Julie Chen, Aisha Tyler, Sheryl Underwood, and Sara Gilbert.
Hall asked the ladies what made their show different from ABC's The View. While Chen began stating their show doesn't delve into the world of politics, Osbourne jumped in and stated:
Let's cut to the f**king chase! Barbara [Walters] idolize her, divine. She is super human, I love Barbara Walters. The rest can go f**k themselves!"
Watch Mrs. O let it all hang out after the jump!