The she-said/she-said battle between “American Idol” judges Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey continued Thursday -- with “The View’s” Barbara Walters weighing in.
Reality star Kim Kardashian made a lasting impression in New York this week. The 31-year-old revealed in an interview that she wants to have babies with boyfriend Kanye West, and later stepped out in an eye-popping dress.
TV’s fab five are back and all wound up about today’s hot topics. “Extra’s” Ben Lyons caught up with Barbara Walters, Joy Behar, Whoopi Goldberg, Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Sherri Shepherd to talk about Clint Eastwood, Rosie O’Donnell and more.
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Rielle Hunter was in the hot seat on Tuesday’s episode of “The View.” Whoopi Goldberg and Barbara Walters weren’t about to let John Edwards’ infamous mistress off easy.
Talk show host and former prosecutor Nancy Grace was grilled on "The View" about statements she made about Whitney Houston's death, saying that someone may have pushed the singer into the bathtub where she died.
Barbara Walters read Grace's statement, saying, "We do not know who gave her her drugs and alcohol, or who let her slip, or pushed her underneath the water."
"The View" host Barbara Walters maintains she did not ambush former co-host Star Jones on Wednesday's show, according to the NY Post.
Jones, who had returned to "The View" to talk about heart health, was grilled by Walters and Joy Behar about her 2003 weight-loss surgery and controversial departure from the show in 2006.
The day after correspondent Star Jones visited her old stomping ground at "The View," where she answered questions about her abrupt departure in 2006, her "Today" show co-panelist, Donny Deutsch, said he felt like she was "ambushed."
On Wednesday, "View" host Barbara Walters wasted no time in bringing up Jones' exit from the show, which came as a shock to Walters and the other hosts at the time.
The President and First Lady will be making a holiday visit to Barbara Walters on a special "20/20" airing tonight on ABC at 10PM ET.
Barbara's questions were plucked from the Proust Questionnaire, designed to reveal personality, as dreamed up by French writer Marcel Proust. She asks what traits they deplore in themselves and others, about lying and virtues, and how they are misunderstood.