Well, she basically slammed it, just not in its entirety!
Taking to her private Instagram on Sunday, the 35-year-old reportedly wrote:
So early Friday, Pink finally apologized.
She took to Twitter to write:
When people tuned into Wednesday morning's episode of the Fox News program Fox & Friends, something was different.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck was nowhere to be found!
Fellow news personality Kimberly Guilfoyle sat in for Elizabeth, and the world isn't so sure what's going on quite yet!
Co-host Steve Doocy said:
For the second year in a row, Elisabeth Hasselbeck is taking on hosting duty for More and Fitness Magazines' 9th Annual Half Marathon in New York City's Central Park on April 15th!
On top of hosting 10,000 eager runners in the country's BIGGEST women’s-only half-marathon, she'll be
Elisabeth Hasselbeck, steadfastly opinionated co-host of the View, has said that she's feeling great now that they know what was wrong with her!
She had been plagued with fatigue, weight fluctuations, and problems conceiving. It wasn't until recently that they figured out it was celiac disease — which is a reaction to gluten. There IS a difference between celiac disease and being allergic to gluten, though, and that was the importance of the diagnosis.
Hassett asserted that Hasselbeck had violated her copyright, but the judge decided that she didn’t have enough evidence to prove it.
Said Hasselbeck’s lawyer:
"Today's ruling is a complete victory. It confirms that Elisabeth wrote her best-selling book The G-Free Diet based on her own personal experiences and did not copy a thing from the plaintiff."
Congrats on the win, bb!
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