And it turns out…
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Get ready for more heated debates!
Candace Cameron Bure and Paula Faris are in talks to become permanent co-hosts on The View!
It's been reported that the Fuller House actress and the GMA Weekend co-anchor are both in "final negotiations" to join the Season 19 panel alongside moderator Whoopi Goldberg, and newcomers Raven Symone and Michelle Collins!
As for their other gigs, Faris would keep her GMA Weekend job and appear on The View Monday through Thursday.
Bure will most likely split her time in New York on The View, and in El Lay for Netflix's Fuller House, which is scheduled to shoot through November!
Neither star is a stranger to the daytime talk show, both Bure and Faris have sat in on multiple guest-hosting stints over the past few months!
The conservative Bure made an especially memorable appearance on the ABC show earlier this month, when she and Symone got in a heated argument over the Oregon bakery that was fined after they refused to make a wedding cake for a lesbian couple!
It looks like that tense moment ended up being a successful audition for Bure, as the show's ratings usually surge when two of the panelists butt heads!
Are YOU excited for the newest additions to the talk show?
We can't say we're surprised!
Looks like another one of Bill Cosby's final supporters is pulling away from him!
After the New York Times released a pretty damning deposition from a ten-year-old court case, the comedian has lost another endorsement.
Cosby was set to appear in an upcoming documentary titled Painted Down about black stuntmen in Hollywood.
The film takes an in-depth look at the history of stuntmen in film and television and discusses the little-known or talked about history of white stunt performers who were painted black so they could play black actors.
With all of the news that's come out over the past week, Nonie Robinson, the film's producer said of the decision:
Hey, Rosie, would you mind taking Nicolle with you before you go?
In the least shocking recent casting decision, Nicolle Wallace has officially been fired from co-hosting The View.
Nicolle was hired at the start of Season 18, but failed to fill fellow Republican Elisabeth Hasselbeck's shoes, and will be leaving at the end of the season.
While ABC has offered the 43-year-old a guest spot contract for Season 19, Nicolle was noticeably absent from Wednesday's episode and has yet to accept the demotion.
Our money is on the ultra polarizing Candace Cameron-Bure!
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Whoopi Goldberg is reevaluating her support for Bill Cosby!!
On July 14, the View star sat down with legal expert Dan Abrams to discuss the MANY allegations of rape against Bill and their legal ramifications. Through their talk, the actress came to what we hope is a new understanding of why the public continues to be outraged by her support of Cosby — and she even changes her mind (kinda) about the comedian's innocence!
Watch the enlightening vid (below)
We're glad to hear that Whoop is developing more compassion AND understanding of the victims! It's clear the Ghost star was grossly misinformed about the statute of limitations concerning rape.
Well, we're glad to see Whoopi come around…even if she claims that Bill is only "kinda" guilty.
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The View finally has its new lineup set — by bringing back one of the best co-hosts of all time!
Sherri Shepherd is reportedly coming back to the table on a regular basis for the first time since she left the show in August of 2014!
While comedienne Michelle Collins will be taking the full-time spot left by Rosie Perez, the fifth spot will be staying more loose.
Though Sherri is beloved by producers, they also want to bring a variety to the table.
If Dailymail.com inside sources are correct, Sherri will be a rotating host with three other women:
Hey Judd Apatow, how do you really feel?!
Ch-ch-check out Apatow's tweets about Cosby, the quaaludes he allegedly used to drug women, and what he thinks of Goldberg's defense of Bill (below!):
Candace Cameron Bure was invited to fill Elizabeth Hasselbeck's conservative spot on The View on Tuesday, and, in typical fashion, got into a heated argument with one of her co-hosts.
When the topic of those Oregon bakers who were fined $135,000 for refusing to make a cake for a Lesbian wedding was brought up, Raven-Symoné obviously took issue with the fact that it was even a questionable act.
Candace explains that she thinks refusing service to a same-sex couple isn't wrong because you can choose who you associate with. It almost seems as if ABC put Candace on the show just to clash with Raven.
Michelle Collins was just cast as Rosie Perez's replacement, so hopefully she'll get along better with her fellow panelists.
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