Keke Palmer is SO fed up!
The Scream Queens star went on to rant:
While we already knew it was coming, Candace Cameron Bure confirmed our casting suspicions on Thursday when she revealed she is officially leaving The View.
Citing other professional responsibilities with Netflix and Hallmark Channel as her reason, D.J. Tanner parted ways with the ABC talk show amicably… but we're not oblivious to the fact that this news comes mere HOURS before the Season 2 premiere of Fuller House!
Like castmates Raven-Symoné and Michelle Collins, Candace already had a reduced role on the daytime series so far this season, so we guess Jedediah Bila, Sunny Hostin, and Sara Haines are here to stay!
To be honest, we'd take anyone at the table over Trump… even Candace Cameron Bure!
Bernie Sanders may not have been the name atop the Democratic ticket during last week's election, but that doesn't mean he's lost any of his passion since the Primaries.
While acknowledging that we still need to fight Trump's overwhelming "sexism, racism, and xenophobia," Sanders gave the bigot credit for uniting at least one of the parties, saying:
And to think, they had such great history with Donald Trump…
The View may no longer be the critically acclaimed talk show it once was, but you can't deny the dysfunctional daytime series is extremely entertaining.
To prove that point, the ABC panel invited Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway onto the show Wednesday morning… and things did not go well!
We're talking Donald Trump vs. Rosie O'Donnell levels of intensity!!!
Basically, without Candace Cameron Bure there for support, Kellyanne was left alone to defend her Conservative views against those of Liberal Whoopi Goldberg, Democrat Joy Behar, Independent Paula Faris, and self-proclaimed Libertarian Jedediah Bila.
Well, it was mostly just Whoopi…
Not only did the moderator barely let "delusional" Kellyanne get any words in about healthcare, but she even began berating her guest with questions, asking:
First up, Candace Cameron-Bure and Joy Behar got their Disney on as they dressed as Tinker Bell and Joy from Inside Out!!
Jedediah Bila had a lot of fun as Betty Boop, Sara Haines went as Smurfette, and Sunny Hostin went as an ADORABLE Dora the Explorer! But the winner of the day DEFINITELY went to Paula Faris who dressed as Twilight Sparkle from My Little Pony!
As an added bonus, Kristin Chenoweth was the guest and showed up dressed as Judy Garland — she even performed Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart!
Ch-ch-check out all the costumes (above) and make sure to watch Chenowith's performance (below) as she gets her Garland on!
It's not okay.
The vocal actresses are just a few outraged celebs who appear in a new video from director Liz Garbus called "Not Okay" — which also features testimonials from women and teens who have experienced sexual harassment or assault.
Intercut with the poignant interviews is footage from the scandalous Access Hollywood video that Trump can be heard making vulgar remarks about women and bragging about sexual assault.
Ch-ch-check out the empowering clip (below) and remember to go out and vote on November 8!
The View just wouldn't be the same without Whoopi Goldberg, but it looks like we might have to prepare ourselves for the actress' departure!
While visiting The Wendy Williams Show, the talk show panelist discussed her time with the roundtable show, and how there might not be much left.
During Friday's episode, Wendy Williams brought up Miz Goldberg's short contract, saying:
"I know you've only signed on, according to what we've talked about, for one more year. So, in September, when everyone comes back for the new season, you might not be there."
The comedienne confirmed that there's a strong possibility she won't return, replying:
"No, probably not."
But, it doesn't appear as though the 60-year-old is leaving because of any bad blood over her jokes.
Instead, it seems like it's a combination of the New York native's contract expiring, and her desire to work on other projects, because she explained:
All's fair in love and war!
But now, the comedienne is taking to social media to defend herself from the online backlash. The funny lady went on Twitter on Wednesday to explain that the split hadn't been officially confirmed by the time they taped the show, writing: