Check out the full pregnancy announcement (below)!
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ICYMI: Initially, Miz Symoné quipped during the round table with her co-hosts that she wouldn't hire other (in this context, black) women if their names sounded a certain way, saying:
"And I am very discriminatory against words like the ones that they were saying in the video. I'm not about to hire you if your name is Watermelondrea. It's just not going to happen. I'm not going to hire you."
However, she's since posted:
You know it's bad when your dad — who hasn't managed your career in over a decade — has to call you out about it!
Raven-Symoné has been trending all weekend after making controversial comments Friday afternoon about "ghetto names" on The View, and now her dad has joined the fracas!
Christopher Pearman, Raven's father and former manager, wrote on his Facebook page some thoughts about his daughter's comments this week, and dad didn't hold back at ALL!!!
Ch-ch-check out the open letter in its entirety (below):
It's a day of the week that ends with "y," so that means the ladies of The View have stepped into another controversy.
This one comes courtesy of Raven-Symoné, who declared during a discussion about names that she wasn't going to hire people based on what their parents named them.
During the round table, Raven — who bizarrely giggled hysterically throughout the segment — stated unequivocally that she would (does?) judge people based on their birth names.
She took it a step further, saying that even as a black woman, she wouldn't hire other (in this context, black) women if their names sounded a certain way, saying:
The View is not having an easy time getting back on its feet.
Not only have there been more cast changes in the past two years than there had been in the show's previous 17 seasons, but things don't look like they're about to get any better.
We're hearing from sources backstage on the ABC daytime talk show that practically the entire cast is feuding!
Apparently, the comedian has a very difficult
This doesn't even make sense.
As part of his Presidential campaign, Rick Santorum stopped by The View on Wednesday to share all of his lovely opinions with the ladies of the panel.
Well, Raven-Symoné took the opportunity to question the Republican on his heinous and hateful thoughts on same sex marriage.
The bigoted politician spoke kindly as he rattled off some nonsense about children needing to be raised by a man and a woman, which has absolutely nothing to do with marriage.
Plus, by his messed up logic, he pretty much just came out as anti-adoption in the process.
Ch-ch-check out Rick and Raven's awkward confrontation (above)!!!
This is a surprise!
Monday on The View, Raven-Symoné opened up about the experiences she's had in the entertainment industry specifically concerning her body and appearance — and she revealed a surprising truth.
While the co-hosts were discussing pregnancy and the pressure women feel to lose baby weight after a baby is born, Raven chimed in with something pretty inneresting about her near-experience with people who thought she was pregnant:
We certainly didn't see this coming!
Anneliese van der Pol had her first show by herself at 54 Below in NYC. But it turns out she didn't entirely go solo during her set!
The 31-year-old shocked all the attendees by bringing a special guest on stage… Raven-Symoné!
That's right! The leading ladies from Disney's hit psychic sitcom That's So Raven joined forces to tackle what was probably the fan-favorite song of the evening: the program's catchy theme!
But that's not even the best part!
At the end of the night, Raven revealed she's still Anneliese's home skillet biscuit by serenading her former castmate with a rendition of "Happy Birthday," and surprising her with a piece of cake!
We can't even! Ch-ch-check out the video that will send you on a trip down memory lane (below)!