When Clueless and Single Ladies alum Stacey Dash tweeted support for Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney, Twitter and the rest of the Internet erupted in bitter debate. Some fans of the star were outraged that a black actress is supporting a Republican, as opposed to President Barack Obama, a Democrat.
Others applauded Dash for her courage in speaking out for what she believes in. Of course the women of The View had to give their five cents on the controversial topic. Check out what they had to say after the jump!
If this doesn't make Elisabeth Hasselbeck vote for Barack Obama, nothing will. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the recent appearance of the President and First Lady Michelle Obama was watched by 4.3 million viewers. The installment netted the ABC Daytime talk show a four-month ratings high. Yes they can — cause Nielsen spikes!
Just in time for the final months of the race for the White House, ABC's The View returns for Season 16 today. As previously reported, actress Jamie Lee Curtis will appear, as well as NBA great Dwyane Wade. Are you excited for a new season of The View? Watch a promo after the jump! READ MORE
The topic of sex came up on Monday’s episode of The View. Barbara Walters provided viewers with another “Astroglide” moment, much to the chagrin of Elisabeth Hasselbeck. During a discussion of modern women, “mommy porn” books like Fifty Shades of Grey and the new HBO series Girls, Walters pressed Hasselbeck vigorously about if she liked rough sex with her husband (Tim Hasselbeck).
The topic was punctuated by Whoopi Goldberg’s horrified facial expressions. Hasselbeck never actually answered Walters' question. Watch the clip after the jump! READ MORE
They ambushed her yesterday. I've always been a big fan of Barbara's [Walters], I see her around town and I love her. It was cruel what her and Joy [Behar].. I felt like watching the mean girls in the seventh-grade cafeteria take on a vulnerable girl.