And she couldn't be happier for him! She said:
Awww! Kim went on to explain why she still refers to Bruce as "he." She explained:
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Ya know, we wanna say we're surprised by this, but we're kind of not really AT ALL!
Well, it looks like Babs has succeeded in getting T.Swizzle to open up about her personal life like never before, and we love it!
Barbara asked Taylor about her good girl personality and said she doesn't smoke nor drink, and the Shake It Off singer stopped her right there and admitted she does drink and told her exactly when she started!
Awww!! The glow of a new mother! We love it!
Well, it looks like the Avengers actress opened up about A LOT of things during her sit-down with the iconic journalist and one of those things was her brand new baby girl Rose.
ScarJo revealed exactly how she feels about motherhood and dished on what she's doing to get back in shape!
But her plan of action just MAY surprise you! Because she's technically not doing anything! LOL!
Scarlett opened up and said:
Rumors have been going around that Rosie has been causing serious waves on The View.
We've heard all sorts of things: that she's rude, that she's after Whoopi Goldberg's job, that she just keeps to herself most of the time.
Well now we have some insider info… when asked about if Rosie is leaving The View, Barbara said:
If your'e a fan of The View, then you're a fan of Joy Behar.
And if you're a fan of Joy Behar, then you will really enjoy her new one-woman show, Me, My Mouth & I, now playing off-Broadway at the Cherry Lane Theater.
If you're a fan of The View, however, you will be disappointed that while Behar touches upon her time on the show and her former colleagues, she doesn't delve deep or spend much time on either. She doesn't share her opinions or true feelings on any of the above, instead just sharing funny one-liners.
Me, My Mouth & I is very enjoyable but suffering from an identity crisis. Not quite a show yet not quite a standup act.
It would have benefitted GREATLY from a theatrical director, something that Behar chose to forgo.
A great director would have helped Behar, who wrote the show, finetune her material and focus the star and the precious 90 minutes of a typical one-person show. While showing a clip from the 80s of a young Joy was fun, it didn't add much and we instead would have preferred to spend those minutes more wisely.
Behar mentioned her daughter once or twice and focused A LOT more time on aunts and other relatives, something we found very odd.
Minutes spent fawning over Catherine Beneuve seemed confusing and an attempt to tie a throughline through the show, which didn't quite work.
And while it wasn't a homerun, it was still - like we said above - "very enjoyable" and a great first effort at writing a one-woman show.
With a director on board and more fine-tuning, Me, My Mouth & I could transfer to Broadway and do quite well.
People love Joy Behar - us included! She is winning and we want to see her win!
The pioneer newswoman has added Taylor to her esteemed list of the 10 Most Fascinating People of 2014!
This is the first time Taylor has made the list; so what makes this year different?
Well, not only is gurl the only artist to go platinum the entire year with 1989, she also became the Welcome Ambassador for New York and costarred in The Giver with Jeff Bridges!
Sounds pretty fascinating to us!
The rest will be revealed soon enough. Barbara's special will air on December 14!
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Just what do these four stars have in common?
Oh, they're just on Barbara Walters' 10 Most Fascinating People of 2014 list, no big deal!
If you thought you saw the last of the veteran journalist when she departed from The View earlier this year, you were wrong!
Babs is back for her popular special on ABC and the list sounds like it's too hot to handle — that's why she just HAD to return when the big wigs over at ABC asked her to do another one!
We had no idea!
Barbara Walters broke some big news at the Breast Cancer Research Symposium and Awards luncheon in New York City on Thursday.
She talked about her personal battle with breast cancer!
Miz Walters got up on stage, and said: