Painful! Watch Kylie Jenner Awkwardly Address Her & Tyga's Relationship Status With Ellen DeGeneres!
And well, it got really awkward super fast!
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
UPDATE 4:41 PM EST: Rosie has responded. Learn what she has to say here.
Talk about airing your dirty laundry!
Well now Chelsea is speaking up about her adopted mom — and none of it is very flattering!
In an interview with DailyMail.com, Chelsea opened up about her childhood and growing up with her mom — in public and in private — saying that:
We all know that the women on The View make quite a few controversial comments and Wednesday was no different!
Whoopi Goldberg addressed the controversy saying:
"The minute you put yourself out there, in somebody's underwear … you can't be surprised."
Raven-Symoné countered saying
"At the same time, people on Twitter need to keep their mouths respectful, because they come hard at people."
But the shock came when Candace Cameron Bure chimed in saying:
This is not good.
Whoopi Goldberg allegedly went off, attacking ABC executives and producers on The View this week in a behind-the-scenes controversy for the ages.
According to reports, Whoopi was up in arms over the fact that a meeting for the Hot Topics segment of the show was moved outside of her contracted hours (which begin promptly at 9 am).
Apparently, Candi Carter, The View's new consulting producer, bore the brunt of Whoopi's frustration over the segment!
According to DailyMail.com, Whoopi said to her:
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:
This is absolutely AH-Mazing!
Hispanic Heritage Month started last Tuesday, so it couldn't be a better time to release a wonderfully catchy and upbeat song that also promotes awareness about unity.
And that's exactly what Emilio Estefan and his wife Gloria Estefan did when creating the song and video We're All Mexican!
The music power-couple tapped several of their friends to participate — including Carlos Santana, Pitbull, Thalia, Wyclef Jean, Taboo from the Black Eyed Peas, Banda El Recodo, Carlos Vives, Angelica Maria, and of course Gloria as well, among others.
The video also features celebrities such as Kathy Griffin, Whoopi Goldberg, Amaury Nolasco, Eva Longoria, Carlos Ponce, Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias, and Kate Del Castillo. Oh yeah, and if you peek around 2:08, you'll see a friendly, familiar face too!
Emilio said of creating the song:
"As immigrants, we have a love and appreciation for this country and for the freedom that it represents. We need to lift up our pride and show the world all the great things we're doing. I wrote and produced this song to communicate a message of uniting all immigrants, not dividing them."
We're All Mexican serves as a metaphor to show that no matter who you are, anyone can be a victim of racism and bigotry much like the Mexicans who've been recently targeted by some media outlets as well as political leaders.
Ch-ch-check out the video (below) and let us know what you think of the new song and share your pride!