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All of The View's co-hosts, past and present, will unite for a special episode live on Thursday, May 15, ABC announced Wednesday. The 11 women will gather to celebrate the show's creator Barbara Walters, who will depart the show the following day.
Sarah Palin will appear on NBC's Today Tuesday morning — but not as a guest. The former Alaska governor will be co-hosting the show, the network announced Sunday.
It's been almost six years since Star Jones shed 160 pounds, but her former frame still weighs on her mind. "I'm still 300 pounds in my head some days," Jones says on Wednesday's Oprah Winfrey Show.Jones, who once weighed 307 pounds, underwent gastric bypass surgery in August 2003, but denied it until 2007 despite widespread speculation. She kept the procedure a secret because she was "ashamed" she had to resort to surgery to control her weight. "The doctor said, 'If you don't make ...
"Divorce is just around the corner" for Pink and biker-hubby Carey Hart, a source tells the New York Daily News, explaining that the popstress has had her fill of their alleged "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"/Feel Free to Play While I'm Away on Tour policy. In related news, Prison Break's Dominic Purcell has split from his wife. See the TV Guide News Report for details.... Valerie Bertinelli has signed on as a "celebrity content buddy" for Rachael Ray, starting on Oct. 23 with a "girls' guide to the gridiron".... David Copperfield's lawyer rebuts last week's rape accusation as "false," saying his client "has never forced himself on anyone".... September Dawn arrives on DVD Jan. 2.... Court TV's Star Jones continues its seven-week series on the deadly sins today at 3 pm, with sloth.
Former View cohost Star Jones dishes to TV Guide about her gastric bypass, staying fit and her brand-new Court TV show (premiering Monday at 3 pm/ET). TV Guide: Your new show, Star Jones, kicks off this week on Court TV, where you started your TV career. What's the format? Star Jones: It's a live daily talk show where law, news and pop culture will converge. If we were on today, we might do stories about whether Nicole Richie is maturing, why we are concerned with Hillary Clinton's cleavage, or the stories of heroism in the recent [Minneapolis] bridge collapse. TV Guide: So it's not all about legal issues? Jones: Because I'm a lawyer, it will always have a legal spin, but my job is to take a story that's making news and make it relate