Nothing but respect!
In the interview for her Seventeen magazine cover, she said when asked about her nose job:
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This is seriously the strangest game show we've ever heard of!
And you thought 5th Graders were tough! No 10-year-old ever co-hosted The View!
Though that may be a fun thought for next season… LOLz!
See the game that's sure to take off in no time (below)!
Earlier this month, it was reported that Sherri Shepherd was working on a deal to return to The View as a rotating co-host after her exit in 2014!
Now, Joy Behar revealed that she was also recently approached by ABC about returning to the return to the daytime talk show this fall!
The comedienne, who left the show in 2013 after 16 seasons, dished to WBAZ's Walker Vreeland that negotiations didn't go too well, saying:
"They've come to me, and we couldn't make a deal…They wouldn't really negotiate well enough for me, and so I said, 'No, I'm not coming to you.'"
Cara Delevingne's awkward interview sure is polarizing, but if you ask the co-hosts of The View, it is downright maddening!
On Wednesday's new episode of the ABC talk show, one of the hottest topics was the Paper Towns interview that went viral after Good Day Sacramento anchors chastised the 22-year-old actress for looking tired and being unenthused.
Well, Raven-Symoné was the first panelist to share her opinion, and she was 100 percent Team Cara as she praised the model for not letting the hosts get away with asking dumb questions, or, you know, getting her name wrong.
While Michelle Collins also supported Cara in the argument, Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie Perez, and Nicolle Wallace each called Cara out for being too young to act better than the people helping to promote her new movie.
While the three oldest View co-hosts may have a point that you always have to be "on," Cara was just as sarcastic as usual and, if anything, the journalists were the ones being unprofessional by making fun of their guest live on camera.
Are U #TeamCara or #TeamSacramento??
Ch-ch-check out Raven and Michelle vs. Whoopi, Rosie, and Nicolle (above)!!!
The ladies on The View may disagree at times, but they also have each other's backs!
On Tuesday's Fox & Friends, Elisabeth Hasselbeck received a bit of backlash for a question about Sandra Bland — who was found dead in her jail cell three days after her controversial arrest.
After the former co-host of The View tried to play devil's advocate by questioning if Bland's cigarette could be used as a murder weapon, many people deemed the conservative anchor as racist.
But Whoopi Goldberg and the other panelists were quick to defend their former co-star, asserting that she was simply doing her job by asking questions! The 59-year-old said:
Too bad she wasn't showing off this sense of humor before she got the axe!
Nowadays, being a panelist on the The View means constantly having to be worried about your future on the show.
And no one knows that to be true more than Nicolle Wallace, the most recent person to be fired from the ABC daytime talk show.
The political commentator was reportedly let go for not being as edgy as Elisabeth Hasselbeck or Candace Cameron Bure, while simultaneously not knowing enough about pop culture.
Well, it seems like Nicolle sure followed her stories in the news pretty closely, because while interviewing Eriq La Salle this week, she poked fun at her very own firing!
The best part of the joke is that you can see each of her co-hosts understand what she just said one-by-one; first Whoopi Goldberg, then Rosie Perez and Michelle Collins, and finally Raven-Symoné with the very best reaction.
Ch-ch-check out the awkward yet hilarious moment (above)!!!
Get ready for more heated debates!
Candace Cameron Bure and Paula Faris are in talks to become permanent co-hosts on The View!
It's been reported that the Fuller House actress and the GMA Weekend co-anchor are both in "final negotiations" to join the Season 19 panel alongside moderator Whoopi Goldberg, and newcomers Raven Symone and Michelle Collins!
As for their other gigs, Faris would keep her GMA Weekend job and appear on The View Monday through Thursday.
Bure will most likely split her time in New York on The View, and in El Lay for Netflix's Fuller House, which is scheduled to shoot through November!
Neither star is a stranger to the daytime talk show, both Bure and Faris have sat in on multiple guest-hosting stints over the past few months!
The conservative Bure made an especially memorable appearance on the ABC show earlier this month, when she and Symone got in a heated argument over the Oregon bakery that was fined after they refused to make a wedding cake for a lesbian couple!
It looks like that tense moment ended up being a successful audition for Bure, as the show's ratings usually surge when two of the panelists butt heads!
Are YOU excited for the newest additions to the talk show?
We can't say we're surprised!
Looks like another one of Bill Cosby's final supporters is pulling away from him!
After the New York Times released a pretty damning deposition from a ten-year-old court case, the comedian has lost another endorsement.
Cosby was set to appear in an upcoming documentary titled Painted Down about black stuntmen in Hollywood.
The film takes an in-depth look at the history of stuntmen in film and television and discusses the little-known or talked about history of white stunt performers who were painted black so they could play black actors.
With all of the news that's come out over the past week, Nonie Robinson, the film's producer said of the decision: