Barbara Walters discussed the importance of self-love on 'The View' — physical self love, that is. Find out the creepy yet perfect name she has for her favorite sex toy.
Kim Kardashian is already hearing wedding bells for her and current beau Kanye West. But is it really a good idea for her to get married again so soon?
I just saw a video clip from The View, during which Barbara Walters asked her co-hosts if they like it rough. As in do they like their sex rough. Not surprisingly, none of them would answer the question, despite Walters' best efforts. Whoopi Goldberg was so distracted imagining her co-hosts having rough sex she said, "You made my eyes bleed!"
And now for 7 words we never thought we'd hear from Barbara Walters: "Do you like it when he's rough?"
Joy Behar explains why she and boyfriend Steve Janowitz decided to get married last month, after being together for 29 years without tying the knot. Funny. I so want to know if, after nearly three decades together, being newlyweds feels any different. Tell us, Joy.
Stayover trend pioneer Joy Behar is no longer championing the cause. She married her longtime love Steve Janowitz in a private ceremony in New York City on Friday—the same weekend as Sherri Shepherd, Behar’s co-host of The View, wed television writer Lamar Sally in Chicago.
Have you ever kept a big secret from your spouse? Senator Scott Brown's wife, former reporter Gail Huff, revealed to The View on Monday that she didn't know about her husband's child sexual abuse until she read about it in his book, Against All Odds. He has never told her. She only had inklings of his painful past—an assault at summer camp when he was 10 years old—but never knew the whole picture.
Lisa Ling may have left her seat at The View years ago, but she recently reunited with her former co-hosts to publicly share her story of suffering a miscarriage. Although she and husband Paul Song "hadn't been trying that long" to get pregnant with their first child, they were shocked six months ago when their unborn child's heart stopped at seven weeks six months. Devastated by the loss, she's hoping to show other women who've been through it that they're not alone.
Not many famous men have had quite the troubled history with women that former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson has. During his appearance on Friday's edition of The View, the boxer revealed, "I don't deserve to have the wife that I have...but I do, and I'm very grateful." Here now is a brief timeline of Mike's chequered past, focusing on the women he's loved, lost and wronged.
Nadya "Octomom" Suleman recently appeared on The View to promote... herself? But of course! And while some say she is mad the way she carries on (ahem, Barabara, Whoopie), perhaps there is a method to it. After all, as the mother of fourteen, this woman has got to do or say something every once in a while to extend her fifteen minutes of fame. Babies got to eat! The latest crazy? She's not done breeding.
Jenny Sanford is talking to everyone in the hopes of selling a bazillion copies of her new book, "Staying True"...One interviewer who didn't just lob softballs at Jenny was GMA's new co-host George Stephanopoulos, who asked her if, after the scandal broke, she "called legislators to save her husband's job." Although she was thrown for a second, Jenny proved that living with a politician all those years rubbed off on her by answering, "Not to my knowledge. I don't recall calling anybody."
Earlier this month, Jennifer Love Hewitt told Lopez Tonight that she once decorated her ladygarden with Swarovski Crystals. Normally, we'd say, "TMI," but after hearing about other celebrities' pubic hair preferences, we're not particularly surprised:
Speaking with Sean Hannity, on The View, and last night on Larry King Live, it's been clear that "nobody defends Carrie Prejean Like Carrie Prejean," in the very wise words of Barbara Walter. Carrie Prejean stays on point — "It was the biggest mistake of my life," one that she takes "full responsibility for" but that can be blamed on a vast left-wing conspiracy — that is until someone messes with her carefully scripted damage control routine. Apparently, her people had an agreement with Larry King's people that no calls would be taken from viewers on the show. Well, one was and Carrie went berserk, ripping off her mic and then just sitting there... smirking, calling out Larry King for his "inappropriateness" (Read the full transcript of the interview on the next page) The innocuous-yet-campy question that sent her over the line didn't even have anything to do with the sex tape.
Jessica Simpson went on The View to clear a few things up. First of all, yes, she does have a country album to promote. Number 2, she is not engaged to marry Tony Romo but things are going pretty good. Thank you for asking, Elizabeth Hasselbeck.