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If you loved the celebrity interviews on "Oprah," rejoice -- "Oprah's Master Class” returns to Own on Sun. May 11 at 10:00 p.m. with a raft of celebrities who want to talk about themselves. How often does that happen? In making the announcement at Own’s recent Upfront presentation, Oprah Winfrey said, “I wanted to create a series where we would be able to offer some of the most iconic artists of our time a chance to share what they know for sure… this Mother’s Day we launch a brand new season and I actually think it’s the best one yet.” Don't believe her? This preview clip actually looks pretty interesting, people. Here's a rundown of who's coming: Justin Timberlake (May 11) - The brand new season kicks off with one of this generation’s most celebrated entertainers, multiple Grammy and Emmy award-winning actor and musician, Justin Timberlake. »
- Liane Bonin Starr
All 11 Co-Hosts Returning For Barbara Walter's Last Week
Walters, who co-created The View, is the only original member of the panel still on the show. Past hosts include originals Debbie Matenopoulos (1997-1998), Meredith Viera (1997-2006), Star Jones (1997-2006), and Joy Behar (1997-2013). Lisa Ling hosted from 1999-2002, Elizabeth Hasselbeck from 2003-2013 and Rosie O’Donnell from 2006-2007.
Walters announced her plans to retire from The View in May of last year. In her announcement, Walter reassured fans of the show that she’d be staying on as a co-producer.
Walters, who’s been in TV journalism since the 1960s, is confident that now is the time to walk away from her day job. »
Meredith Vieira, Star Jones, Joy Behar, Debbie Matenopoulos, Lisa Ling, Rosie O’Donnell, and Elisabeth Hasselbeck will all reunite on The View on May 15th, which is Barbara Walters‘s next-to-last day, allegedly.
So how long til the Bravo series?
The Straight Gay World of Steve Kornacki.
Bless his plastic heart.
Oh shut up, PETA.
20 signs your boyfriend is gay.
And here’s The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each week we’re going to focus on one out »
I didn't expect to be exhilarated by the news that every former and current cohost of "The View" will come back to the show to join Barbara Walters on her last episode of the series. I really didn't. But for some reason I feel like this is the new "The Last Waltz," an historic summit of superstars that we'll never get again. I can't wait. I'm not even a big "View" watcher and I can't wait. To celebrate, here are the greatest moments from every former and current "View" co-host. Meredith Vieira hits on an unsuspecting "Millionaire" contestant. Meredith rules. Full stop. She's the reason "The View" got any traction when it began, and she was a fantastic host of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" Here, she completely stuns a contestant by hitting him and referring to herself as "a horny old woman." I'm rooting for her to take »
- Louis Virtel
When all 11 past and present co-hosts of The View unite on May 15 to bid farewell to the talk show’s creator Barbara Walters, we expect each lady to be on her best behavior. But that doesn’t mean there won’t be plenty of bad feelings and some tongue-biting when these gals come face-to-face.
While The View was created as a platform for women with varying opinions to talk openly and frankly about the day’s topics, it turned into a powder keg for clashing personalities. We don’t envy the person tasked with creating the seating chart that day. »
- Amber Ray
Yo Barbara Walters, I'm really happy for you and I'm gonna let you finish, but Jenny McCarthy is getting engaged! “The View” doyenne's announcement that all 11 current and former co-hosts would reunite for her farewell show was usurped by McCarthy's sudden interjection that she was getting engaged to “Blue Bloods” star and NKotB singer Donnie Wahlberg. Also read: Megyn Kelly Rips Jenny McCarthy on Vaccine Flip-Flop: ‘She Raised a Lot of People's Fears About This!’ (Video) “You guys remember I did ‘Date My Dad’ a few months ago. and I wanted to give a little bit of an update,” McCarthy teased. »
- James Crugnale
On Thursday, May 15, ABC’s The View will feature all 11 co-hosts from the show’s 16-plus-year history, as they celebrate series creator Barbara Walters. Walters, the last remaining original co-host of The View since its premiere in August 1997, will make her final co-host appearance on the May 15 episode of the show. She will be saying goodbye to daily television the next day, after more than five decades. The co-hosts featured in the May 15 celebration of Barbara Walters (not including Walters herself) on The View are: Meredith Vieira (moderator, 1997–2006, Season 1–9) Star Jones (1997-2006, Season 1–9) Joy Behar … Continue reading →
- Jeff Pfeiffer
Daytime talker The View will reunite all 11 of its co-hosts on Thursday, May 15 which is Barbara Walters‘ second-to-last day on the program. Walters, the show’s creator and Ep, is ending her on-air run on the show May 16. (Babs will continue to be Ep of The View along with executive producer Bill Geddie, her producing partner of more than 25 years.) Pulling this off is no small feat, given the less-than-happy circumstances under which some of the co-hosts have left over the years. In addition to journalist Meredith Vieira, the list of returning co-hosts who will appear that Thursday includes lawyer Star Jones, comedian Joy Behar, television personality Debbie Matenopoulos, journalist Lisa Ling, comedian Rosie O’Donnell, and Fox News Channel host Elisabeth Hasselbeck — joining current co-hosts Sherri Shepherd, Jenny McCarthy, Whoopi Goldberg and Walters. Walters, for instance, recently acknowledged Hasselbeck and Behar were pushed out, but insinuated it was done by ABC, »
- LISA DE MORAES, TV Columnist
Walters — who created The View and is the only remaining host from the talker’s original lineup – will appear on her final broadcast the following day. Former hosts Debbie Matenopoulos (1997-1998), Meredith Vieira (1997-2006), Star Jones (1997-2006), Joy Behar (1997-2013), Lisa Ling (1999-2002), Elisabeth Hasselbeck (2003-2013), and Rosie O’Donnell (2006-2007) will join current stars Whoopi Goldberg, Sherri Shepherd, and Jenny McCarthy to bid farewell to the show’s matriarch. »
- Amber Ray
There's a new bride-to-be on the block! Jenny McCarthy announced on The View Wednesday that Donnie Wahlberg popped the big question (and presented her with a big rock) and she happily said yes. "I just got engaged!" the star said on the show as she unveiled her hidden hand from behind the desk and then proceeded to jump around the set. "It's a yellow sapphire," she explained about the rock. Crying as she told about the proposal, McCarthy said her son Evan helped with the surprise last weekend, and how Wahlberg - who ended up coming onto the TV set »
- Michelle Tan
All 11 co-hosts -- past and present -- of “The View” will be onstage live on May 15 to celebrate Barbara Walters, who is retiring from daily television the next day. Joining Walters, the creator and last original panelist on "The View," will be current co-hosts Sherri Shepherd, Jenny McCarthy, and Whoopi Goldberg, and past co-hosts Meredith Vieira, Star Jones, Joy Behar, Debbie Matenopoulos, Lisa Ling, Rosie O’Donnell, and Elisabeth Hasselbeck. »
- Michael Lewittes
It's going to be one big The View reunion on Thursday, May 15 when all 11 co-hosts (past and present) reunite to celebrate Barbara Walters. This is the first time all 11 of the ladies of The View have been together on the same stage. The reunion takes place the day before Walters retires from daily TV. Meredith Vieira, Star Jones, Joy Behar, Debbie Matenopoulos, Lisa Ling, Rosie O'Donnell and Elisabeth Hasslebeck will join current co-hosts Walters, Whoopi Goldberg, Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shepherd for the live show. "Barbara Walters' status as a trailblazer, a legend and an icon are undeniable," Paul Lee, president of ABC Entertainment, said in a statement. "By creating a talk show panel with »
As part of The View's weeklong farewell to Barbara Walters, the ABC daytime show will reunite all 11 of its past and present co-hosts on Thursday, May 15. This will be the first time ever all 11 women will share the same stage and could include some fireworks, given that it will involve the reunion of former adversaries Rosie O'Donnell and Elisabeth Hasselbeck. Photos: THR's Most Powerful People in NY Media Other former co-hosts attending include Meredith Vieira, Star Jones, Joy Behar, Debbie Matenopoulos and Lisa Ling. Current panelists Whoopi Goldberg, Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy will also
- Hilary Lewis
The live stunt should be a boon to “View” ratings, given the history of squabbles and worse among various co-hosts of the ABC daytime mainstay. The list even includes Rosie O’Donnell, who left the show after less than two volatile years in 2007 under not-great terms with Walters and other co-hosts.
Walters will formally sign off from the show and retire from TV journalism on May 16, though she will remain an exec producer of “The View.” ABC will salute her more than half-century in TV with a two-hour primetime special that night.
The lineup of “View” co-hosts will feature:
- Cynthia Littleton
“View” co-hosts: Assemble! For the first time, all 11 co-hosts of ABC's “The View” — past and present — will share the same stage, live, to bid adieu to the show's creator Barbara Walters. The reunion will take place on Thursday, May 15. The following day, after more than five decades on the air, Walters will say farewell to daily television with her final co-host appearance on “The View.” Walters, the last remaining co-host of the original panel of five women, will continue to be an active part of “The View” in her role as executive producer, along with executive producer Bill »
- Tony Maglio
The View is staging a reunion! All of the past and present hosts of the ABC talk show are getting together on May 15 to honor the creator of The View, Barbara Walters. Walters, 84, is retiring from daily television after decades in the business, so the hosts are coming together to commemorate the occasion. The celebrated journalist will reunite with her original cohosts, Today show personality Meredith Vieira, longtime host Star Jones, actress Debbie Matenopoulos, and comedian Joy Behar. The current panel, made up of Walters, [...] »
Barbara Walters took CNN's Don Lemon to task on Monday's “The View” over CNN's highly rated but heavily critiqued coverage of the missing Malaysia Flight 370. “You've covered this more than any other story that I can remember!” Barbara Walters exclaimed. “CNN would not do this if it were not for the ratings.” Also read: Fox News Host on Missing Plane: ‘It Took Us 2,000 Years to Find Noah's Ark’ (Video) Lemon, who was serving as a guest host on the program, defended his reporting. “I think you're probably right, but the audience interest is there,” Lemon countered. “I don't know if we. »
- James Crugnale
Sara Gilbert doesn't see Barbara Walters’ upcoming retirement as a chance for her CBS daytime show “The Talk” to dominate the genre. “I don't think we think of anything as taking over,” Gilbert told TheWrap while promoting her new CBS comedy, “Bad Teacher.” “There's room for everybody,” she continued. “I know all of us on the show really look up to Barbara Walters and think she's a legend. We're honored to be compared to her in any way.” Also read: CBS Sets ‘Bad Teacher,’ ‘Unforgettable’ Premiere Dates, Juggles ‘Crazy Ones,’ ‘Two and a Half Men’ Timeslots Gilbert, who not only serves as a. »
- Jethro Nededog
Rage Magazine has a great interview with Cheyenne Jackson about growing up in a small town, working in sales before becoming an actor, meeting Tina Fey, and his relationship with the gay press, which has soured. “No one had really ever said anything bad about me and that was the hardest thing. With everything that has happened over the last year and a half, all of the stuff in the press, I kind of got raked over the coals. As much as I like to pretend that it doesn’t matter, it did. I’m just like everybody else; of course I want you to like me. I am amazed how quickly the press can turn on you. It’s especially true of the gay press at times. Don »
- Ed Kennedy
Barbara Walters is signing off from TV on May 16. The 84-year-old (!) journalist has been on television for more than five decades. Many of us who grew up watching her on ABC likely remember her "10 Most Fascinating People" feature, which she launched in 1993. Each year, on the second Thursday of December, Barbara has crowned 10 people from the worlds of entertainment, sports, and politics, and looking back at the lists gives a snapshot of what American popular culture defined as "fascinating." Here are the so-called fascinating people who are clearly signs of their times. View Slideshow › »
- Annie Gabillet
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