As someone who is not a co-host of The View currently feuding with NeNe Leakes, I may not be the right person to give an opinion about Raven-Symoné’s recent comments. But, as someone who lives in the United States of America, I have the freedom of speech, so I’m going to give my opinion and speak my truth.
On Friday, The View’s hosts discussed “manger mom,” an 18-year-old mother who left her five-hour-old baby in a nativity scene inside of a Queens, New York church last month. Though some churchgoers want to adopt him, the mother might want her child back, a decision the The View gang weighed in on, unfortunately.
Somewhere between claiming heritage from “every continent in Africa” and the Watermelondrea affair, fans of The View decided they’d heard enough from Raven-Symoné. But she’s not going anywhere.
You’d think a person like Raven-Symoné would try to find fellowship with other uniquely named black people, but no, Raven-Symoné is not a friend to us and must be exiled.
In the endless Merry Go Round that is the cast of The View, Page Six gossips that, as has been rumored previously, this fall’s new hosts of The View will definitely be Candace Cameron Bure (of Full House) and Paula Faris (of Good Morning America Weekend).
Shade Court is here, the arbiters of shade were queer, get used to it.
Nicolle Wallace officially said peace to The View today in an emotional exit speech that included a special shoutout to Raven-Symoné for her kooky political views. Just what we need.http://jezebel.com/raven-symones-...
The sun rose this morning. The tide came in and out. And Whoopi Goldberg unnecessarily defended the offensive behavior of some idiot.
Sherri Shepherd misses The View so much that she’s reportedly returning as a co-host next season. Congrats?
It’s Friday. It’s Shade Court time, what else do you need?
For many people who were still doubting that Billy Cosby is a serial rapist, his 2005 testimony released Monday that confirmed that he has drugged women to have sex with them made it difficult to still believe in this particular Santa Claus. For others, like Whoopi Goldberg, the doubt is still there.…
The women of The View are using various platforms to weigh in on Rachel Dolezal, with both Raven-Symone and Whoopi Goldberg supporting Dolezal’s choice to adopt being black and comparing her situation to Caitlyn Jenner and the transgender experience.
On Wednesday, ABC announced that Raven-Symoné had officially joined the panel of The View, on The View. Raven brought unique gifts for all her co-hosts to celebrate — chocolate for Nicolle Wallace, tres leches cake for Rosie Perez, potato chips and watermelon for Whoopi, and even guest host Iliza Shlesinger got bacon.
As the resident youth vote on The View, Raven-Symoné—who has yet to be given a full-time spot on the panel but has Whoopi’s support—spends most of her time yammering on somewhat nonsensically about a bevy of topics. It’s her job, and she’s great at it! Unfortunately for Raven, what’s on her head is far more…
One of the best things about having Raven-Symoné guest-host on The View is that gives her a daily, national platform on which to share her many insightful opinions. Her latest: Union spy and legendary abolitionist Harriet Tubman should not be on the $20 bill.
In the second episode of Jezebel Goes Digging, I look at the recent phenomenon of black celebrities like Kanye West, Common and Raven-Symoné declaring themselves New Black—at the same time that police continue killing Regular Black people all across America.
Raven-Symoné has been a guest panelist on The View multiple times and now the show’s producers are reportedly courting her as a regular host because she’s “interesting and provocative.” True.
The year was 2015 and Lorde, a teen, was at a Golden Globes after-party with her older friend Taylor Swift. "You wanna drink some alcohol illegally?" Taylor asked, shoving a cup full of smelly liquid into Lorde's hand. "Aw, shucks, no," Lorde replied. "I don't do anything illegal." Suddenly Taylor's eyes were hard…
She's so...colorful like a bird that is not a raven: Here's Raven-Symoné at the premiere of Fox's Empire on Tuesday night. More (very important and necessary; seriously folks you do not want to miss this) full-outfit pics after the jump.
Oh: actress Phylicia Rashad, Bill Cosby's one-time T.V. wife, has weighed in on the two dozen separate sexual assault allegations against him, telling an entertainment reporter "Forget these women." She implied that Cosby's accusers are all part of an orchestrated smear campaign. Clair Huxtable, what are you doing.