Does media titan Oprah Winfrey have beef with The View's Jenny McCarthy? The outspoken blonde seems to think so. Last night, McCarthy paid a trip to the Bravo clubhouse to hang with Watch What Happen Live's Andy Cohen, along with her boyfriend, Blue Bloods star Donnie Wahlberg. McCarthy dished with Cohen about having a deal with Winfrey for her planned syndicated talk show. Once OWN was created, Winfrey decided to place the show on her network instead, but McCarthy put the kibosh on the entire thing. McCarthy stated:
It didn't [work out], I left. I am terrified . . . I would be like OH NO [if we ran into each other].
Cohen went on to ask if she thinks she's on Winfrey's list and McCarthy remarked:
I'm sure there's probably a lot of people on her sh*t list, but I'm probably number 4.
Seriously doubt the Mighty O is checking for you right about now, Jenny. Watch the interview after the jump! READ MORE
Former General Hospital and The Young and the Restless star Marisa Ramirez has landed a contract role on Blue Bloods. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ramirez has been bumped up from recurring and will stay on the CBS procedural as Det. Maria Baez, partner of Donnie Wahlberg’s Det. Danny Reagan. Ramirez told the trade paper:
It all still feels a bit surreal, Ramirez tells THR. From the first day, everyone was so welcoming. Working with Donnie and the cast and crew of Blue Bloods can spoil a girl. Total pros, each and every one, and all so supportive. I just enjoyed every minute. Truly, I never dreamed I would be coming back as a regular. To say I am grateful is an understatement. READ MORE
Late 80's and 90's teen idols New Kids on the Block rocked out on ABC Daytime's The View on Wednesday. Donnie Wahlberg, Joe McIntyre, Danny Wood and brothers Jordan and Jonathan Knight performed "I Like The Remix" from their latest studio album 10.
I don't know about y'all, but I was cray-cray about NKOTB back in the day. I had all their cassette singles, sported their T-shirts, watched the Saturday morning cartoon and bought out my grocery store magazine aisle's copies of Bop and Tiger Beat at the height of their fame.
Are y'all as excited to see the boys from Boston make a comeback as I am? Watch the video below, then hang tough in the comments!