The popular daytime talk show The View promises "hot topics," and it delivered on Monday, when hosts Sherri Shepherd and Barbara Walters squared off about Walters' use of the n-word when talking about the new scandal involving Republican Presidential hopeful Rick Perry.
When The View co-host Sherri Shepherd married TV writer Lamar Sally last month in Chicago, she allowed camera crews to follow her around to catch all the behind-the-scenes drama, craziness and fun. The footage aired Tuesday night on The Style Network in a special called Wedding Fabulous: Sherri Shepherd Gets Married.
When The View co-host Sherri Shepherd married television writer Lamar Sally on Saturday, her 6-year-old son Jeffrey walked her down the aisle. The ceremony took place at the Fairmont Millennium Park in Shepherd’s hometown of Chicago.
Thursday's episode of The View turned out to be the site of a particularly "hot topic," as it welcomed teenage singing sensation Justin Bieber as one of its panelists. Usual female commentators Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sherri Shepherd and Elisabeth Hasselbeck, emerged from backstage to take their seats, accompanied by the pint-sized Bieber, who got a standing ovation from the audience before he even sat down.
Melissa Leo may have been a bundle of nerves when she accepted her Best Supporting Actress Oscar for The Fighter in February, but the audience was equally shaken when she slipped the f-word into her acceptance speech.
Things got a little heated on the hit daytime show, The View, on Tuesday when Jessica Hahn appeared as part of a week-long "Where Are They Now?" series. Hahn, who was involved in a scandal of gargantuan proportions in 1987 when her sexual encounter with married television evangelist Jim Bakker was revealed, was a little defensive about the incident that triggered her 15 minutes of fame.
Well, at least we know she wasn't lip-synching. Scottish singer Susan Boyle froze during her rendition of "O Holy Night" on The View Tuesday morning, asking to restart her song after pausing due to a crack in her voice.
Count on Bill O'Reilly to make some drama. The hot-headed right wing commentator caused two of the ladies of The View to walk off their own stage during his appearance on the show Thursday. When the topic came around to the controversial Ground Zero mosque, O'Reilly outraged Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg by proclaiming, "Muslims killed us on 9/11.
After a two-month hiatus following heart-valve replacement surgery in May, Barbara Walters returned to The View Tuesday. Aside from a special return for President Barack Obama’s appearance in July, Walters, 80, had been recovering at home.
When infamous White House state dinner crasher Michaele Salahi joined her Real Housewives of D.C. castmates on The View, the newly minted realty star was rattled after she said co-host Whoopi Goldberg, who was offstage for the segment, walked on the set, touched her arm and tried to refocus the topic to her crashing of the White House state dinner last November.
President Barack Obama revealed that he was not invited to Chelsea Clinton's wedding. In his appearance on The View which aired Thursday, the five ladies asked whether he'd be attending the former first daughter's nuptials.
Since his entry to office, Barack Obama has defended himself with Fox News pundit Bret Baier and chatted with Matt Lauer about the BP oil spill, but all this may be considered prep work for his upcoming interview with the ladies of The View.
Former View co-host Star Jones underwent a pre-planned cardiac surgery which was a follow up to the thoracic surgery she had 30 years ago last week, it was revealed Monday. Jones’ last major surgery was for gastric bypass, which she didn't disclose to her audience on The View.