When Jenny McCarthy was let go as co-host of ABC's The View in June along with Sherri Shepherd, the network never really said why it wanted to flip the table over and basically start from scratch. But McCarthy thinks she knows why she was fired.
Rosie Perez, Nicolle Wallace
The View has found its new co-hosts.
Do the Right Thing actress Rosie Perez and political commentator Nicolle Wallace have been selected to join the ABC daytime talk show, the network confirmed late Wednesday.
"These are powerful and accomplished women from different walks of life who have ...
Jenny McCarthy, Donnie Wahlberg
Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg have tied the knot, People reports. The couple wed at the Hotel Baker in St. Charles, Ill., outside McCarthy's hometown, Chicago.
Sherri Shepherd officially signed off of The View after seven seasons with an episode that served as an hourlong tribute to the co-host.
The hour kicked off with Arsenio Hall joining the ladies' table and the audience chanting "Sher-ri." She then tearfully talked about being "profoundly grateful" for the opportunity.
Sherri Shepherd is leaving The View amid rumors of more changes
"This has been one of the best seven years of my life. I tell people, step out of the fear, because I didn't want to take this job, because I'm not a prosecutor, I don't know anything," she said. "I have to say my boss, Barbara Walters, pushed me. I cried in my dressing room for three years saying, 'What am I doing on this table?'"
Jenny McCarthy has booked her first post-View job.
McCarthy will host her own weekly, hour-long SiriusXM radio show, she announced on The Howard Stern ShowMonday. Dirty, Sexy, Funny with Jenny McCarthy will begin its limited run on Wednesday at 6 p.m. ET on SiriusXM Stars.
Jenny McCarthy believes Rosie O'Donnell will light a spark under The View when she returns to the chat show this fall.
McCarthy was a bit more diplomatic than her former co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck when reacting to O'Donnell's re-hiring. "I knew they were looking to bring some heat to the table and there is no doubt that with Rosie there will be some heat," McCarthy told reporters Friday at an event in Las Vegas, according to Us Weekly.
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Rosie O'Donnell is officially returning to The View.
After reports surfaced earlier this week that O'Donnell was in negotiations to come back to the show, ABC confirmed the news Thursday via Twitter. (Apparently the objections of O'Donnell's nemesis, former View co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck, fell on deaf ears.)
Rosie O'Donnell is officially returning to The View, TMZ reports. Representatives for O'Donnell and the show finalized an agreement Tuesday to bring the former co-host back, according to TMZ.
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