The golden era of “The View” as we know it has ended. Now all we have are precious memories.
Joy Behar has announced that she will be leaving in August after 17 years, Elisabeth Hasselbeck’s contract reportedly has not been renewed and Brooke Shields might sign on as her replacement. Us magazine claims Hasselbeck was deemed “too extreme and right wing” for the show, despite the fact that she has been extreme and right wing on the show for several seasons. Read More
Rumors continue to swirl around the possible royal zygote of Kate Middleton and Prince William.
This time it really seems like she could be pregnant … right? At least, that’s what her “good friend” Jessica Hay told the Australian tabloid New Idea, assuring everyone that the joyous announcement will be made next month. Hay also publicly predicted the pair’s marriage, but granted, that didn’t take E.S.P. to deduce; even ESPN could’ve seen that one coming. Read More
OK, now this is interesting: Rumors abound that the reconciliation between Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart is all for show. Possibly through pressure from the “Twilight” people and their publicists, the two are pretending to be back in love town, at least until “Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2” comes out.
This actually rings a bit true since they haven’t been seen as a couple in public, nor have they made plans to talk to Barbara Walters, a sure sign of true love rekindled. Read More
Could it be possible that our long national nightmare is over — and Paris Hilton’s 15 minutes of fame are finally up?The heir-head — who reportedly flipped out on a “View” producer last week after Barbara Walters grilled her on her claims of charity work — is said to be fuming over lackluster ratings for her new Oxygen reality show, “The World According to Paris.” An insider told Popeater the celebutante attributes the low viewership to a glitch by the network. Read More
In an interview to be aired Friday on ABC News, President Obama, who is reorganizing his White House and campaign team in preparation for his 2012 re-election bid, says he does not think about the possibility of running against 2008 vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin. "I don't think about Sarah Palin," Obama told Barbara Walters. Read More