Known funny person Michelle Collins will never be on The View—the show she’s co-hosted for just one season—again. Unless, of course, she is elected president at some point in the future (god knows the show will be on the air until the Earth is scorched and lifeless) and appears as a guest. A source tells Page Six the…
Whoopi Goldberg has committed to another wacky season of The View, according to sources.
Hey so, remember when Joy Behar dressed as a black lady for Halloween? No? Well, now you do.
ABC’s The View began making headlines in regards to the abrupt firing of cohosts when Debbie Matenopoulos was let go in 1999 and—oh!—how not far we’ve come in the past 17 years! Currently rumored to be on the talk show’s chopping block is the ever-controversial Raven-Symoné, who insiders say is not long for the…
“If you’re a woman, everyone dumps on you like, ‘How can you be a feminist?’ So you don’t want to have that conversation,” Susan Sarandon told The View of being a vocal Bernie Sanders supporter, as she held a tiny dog in her lap.
Sherri Shepherd is still legally obligated to pay child support for a kid she and her ex-husband had through a surrogate, a judge ruled on Tuesday.
Holy shit, The View is about to enter its 20th season. Do you know how much viewing that is? According to IMDB, 1989 episodes have been produced, which amounts to roughly 1,300 hours—or 80,000 minutes—of viewing. I can’t imagine viewing for as long as some of these women have been viewing, but I’m glad they get up…
Today on The View—oh, I’m sorry, the POLITICAL View, as the show becomes rebranded whenever it addresses POLITICS—the hosts invited Bernie Sanders to try “Bernie’s Yearning,” the limited edition ice cream made by Vermont ice cream atelier Ben & Jerry’s. And, god, he loved it! Did he ever love it. Mmmm!
The Meredith Vieira Show will soon end its second season on NBC, which is surprising to no one. Daytime talk shows don’t have a long shelf life these days. Have we finally lost our appetite for mediocre TV?
In 2015, there was beef. Boy, was there ever beef. Let’s take a look at the year in public, prolonged, funny and existentially ponderous disagreement, and resolve to be a little more chill in 2016.
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.
On Tuesday, NeNe Leakes, former housewife and star of stage and screen, stopped by The View to promote her stint as Matron Mama Morton in Chicago (the role all celebrities play just to remind us they’re here, if you’re not familiar). Unfortunately for her, things went down in flames. Fortunately for us, we get to see…
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina “visited” (via a live video feed) The View one week after hosts Joy Behar and Michelle Collins commented that Fiorina looked “demented” when she smiled. The overall vibe was somewhat strained.
Carly Fiorina will appear on The View on Friday for an interview in which everyone’s faces will crack to reveal lizard flesh beneath.
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.
It’s the last business day before Halloween, which means it’s the day all your coworkers pressure you into showing off your fun personality through your team costume as all the spices in a spice rack.
On October 17, 2015, Rosie O’Donnell performed at the Gotham Comedy Club in New York. But her set was punctuated by a melancholy discussion of her currently estranged daughter Chelsea.
Earlier this year, it was reported that producer Jennifer Shepard-Brookman had been fired from The View for shouting at then-host Rosie O’Donnell during a meeting. Shepard-Brookman has now sued O’Donnell, alleging that O’Donnell is a “bully” who made her feel like she was going to be “assaulted,” before unjustly…
Raven-Symoné has apologized for saying she wouldn’t hire a person named Watermelondrea during a segment on The View. “I should not be part of the problem. I should be part of the solution,” she says.
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.