Things have been a tad messy for the lineup on 'The View,' with long-running host Joy Behar leaving, Brooke Shields rumored to be taking her place and right-wing conservative Elisabeth Hasselbeck facing firing rumors that Barbara Walters herself denied on the show last week.
Publicly, anyway. Behind closed doors? Well, that's another story.
Sounds like actress Brooke Shields may be joining the daytime talk show 'The View' following an announcement that long-running host Joy Behar is leaving. And despite previous stories stating otherwise, controversial co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck may not be going anywhere after all.
Seems that feud (or publicity stunt, depending on your level of cynicism) between Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj isn't over just yet, because during a 'Nightline' interview with Barbara Walters, Mariah threw major shade at her fellow 'American Idol' judge.
Taylor Swift better watch her back. We know Harry Styles likes older women, but if he likes MUCH older women, looks like Barbara Walters just might be an option.
After all, she thinks he’s sexy and talks about nipple prints when his name comes up.
Oh, were you eating? Sorry about that.
On a recent episode of 'The View,' co-host Barbara Walters teased bits and pieces of her annual 'Most Fascinating People' list, which this year includes the British boy-band One Direction and 'Fifty Shades of Grey' author E L James.
She might be too busy to do a real interview with Barbara Walters, but Lindsay Lohan has all the time in the world to show up on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' and give unsuspecting audience members make-overs.
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Is Barbara Walters gonna hafta cuttabitch? In her genteel way, maybe. Let's just hope there are pictures.
The journalist discussed perpetual mess Lindsay Lohan with her 'The View' co-hosts, mentioning that Lohan backed out of a '20/20' interview only to agree to a Q&A with Jay Leno instead -- and Walters is none too pleased about it.
Lindsay Lohan will sadly not be amusing us via a one-on-one interview with ABC's Barbara Walters as planned, because for some reason all the network wants to talk about is how much of a trainwreck LiLo is.