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!
Journalistic trailblazer and The View creator Barbara Walters will be sitting down with Howard Kurtz to reflect on her legacy for his show Media Buzz on Fox News, according to The Hollywood Reporter. In addition to Walters' many achievements, the two discuss the criticism of Jenny McCarthy, who replaced Elisabeth Hasselbeck on The View.
"You know what? I have always been a big booster of other women," Walters tells Kurtz of what she hopes will be her legacy. "I've always worked with other women, and if I have any legacy, that's it. And I'm very proud of that."
The interview will air on Sunday, November 3.
Babs and Co. are headed to the land where dreams come true. The View will broadcast live from Disneyland in Anaheim, California the week of Nov. 18-22.
Jimmy Kimmel will guest the week in question, along with Demi Lovato, Tim Allen, Modern Family's Eric Stonestreet and Kobe Bryant. The festivities coincide with Mickey Mouse's 85th birthday.
To request a chance to be part of the live studio audience, email TheViewFromDisneyLandResort@abc.com. Watch the birthday rodent tell the ladies and guest co-host Gavin McGraw about the fun after the jump! READ MORE
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
Whoopi Goldberg is taking a little trip away from The View's world and heading down the rabbit hole into Wonderland. TVLine is reporting Goldberg has landed a guest spot on Once Upon A Time In Wonderland. The Oscar-winning actress will play The White Rabbit's (John Lithgow)'s wife. Goldberg will appear in episode eight of the ABC series.
Once Upon A Time In Wonderland airs Thursdays at 8 PM EST on ABC