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Comedian Michelle Collins Named New 'The View' Co-Host

After popping up periodically on the program over the past few months, comedian Michelle Collins has now nabbed a permanent place at "The View."

ABC and the show announced on Monday that Collins was officially named the 15th co-host in the show's history, and will join the cast as a permanent member beginning during "The View"'s 19th season, which starts in September. Collins will still appear on the program for the rest of its summer run, before "The View" starts its hiatus in August.

"We've had so much fun hanging out with this young lady," Whoopi Goldberg said on Monday's show, calling Collins "amazing and very, very funny." Collins, who was greeted with a shower of confetti and thunderous applause from the crowd, said she was "so excited" for the opportunity, and praised her co-hosts Goldberg, Nicolle Wallace, Rosie Perez, and Raven-Symoné.

"I feel so lucky that I get
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Report: Michelle Collins Added as Permanent View Co-Host

Report: Michelle Collins Added as Permanent View Co-Host
Another day, another View change-up: Frequent guest host Michelle Collins soon will debut as a permanent co-host, The Wrap reports.

News of Collins’ appointment broke Wednesday, the same day that Rosie Perez announced her imminent departure during the broadcast of the ABC chatfest.

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The comedienne’s TV credits include Kathy, Big Morning Buzz with Nick Lachey, The Gossip Queens and Chelsea Lately.

She joins other permanent panelists Whoopi Goldberg, Nicolle Wallace and Raven-Symoné, who officially joined the show in early June after several guest-hosting stints.

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Michelle Collins Joins The View as Regular Co-Host

Michelle Collins Joins The View as Regular Co-Host
The View's revolving door continues with an addition this time. Michelle Collins, a comic who has been guest co-hosting for weeks alongside fellow guest host-turned-regular Raven-Symoné, will now sit at the table full-time, a source close to the show confirmed to E! News. The show source said Collins brings a nice energy to the table with her keen sense of humor. Collins' other credits include Walke of Shame Shuttle, Kathy, running VH1's Best Week Ever blog, Logo's The Gossip Queens and her own web talk show Martini Minute. Prior to both Raven and Collins joining the show, Whoopi Goldberg told the audience they were working on adding them both as regular hosts. "We love saying it, but Raven...
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Meet Michelle Collins, ETonline's Awards Season Special Contributor & Liveblogger

Meet Michelle Collins, ETonline's Awards Season Special Contributor & Liveblogger
Editors Note: We're thrilled to welcome Michelle Collins to ETonline's Awards Season team of contributors! Join us at ETonline.com/awards on Sunday, Jan. 11, starting at 7 p.m. Et/4 p.m. Pt for complete coverage.

It seems like just yesterday I laid out my favorite gown, lovingly shaved my legs (all the way up to my eyebrows) and proceeded to bronze myself in places I never knew existed (all with the help of a selfie stick).

News: Et's Full Golden Globes Coverage

The year was 2014, the night was the Golden Globes, the time... 6 a.m.? And then it hit me: Not only hadn't I been nominated, I hadn't even been invited to the after-parties. I hadn't even been able to snag a table at my favorite bar known as the Cheesecake Factory where I could sit alone with a glass of Kim Crawford and loudly comment on the proceedings to everyone's delight. (Oh, and they
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2010: The Year Gay TV Grew Up

Yes, it was the year of talkative gay teens and the cat-fighting stars of The A-List: New York. It might not seem like it, but 2010 was the year gay TV grew up. Well, at least part way.

Last year, AfterElton.com asked whether gay TV had matured, and this year that question seems to have been answered. More gay characters than ever graced our screens, and with the rising number of networks making reality shows, sitcoms, and dramas, there was something for everybody from daytime to primetime. In fact, it was so good that the gayest shows on broadcast dominated ratings, and cable series upped their game.

Sure, too many of the new shows with gay characters didn’t survive very long – Mercy, Trauma, and The Whole Truth. But most new shows don’t make it, and at least these characters were something different.

And, of course, there were scandals,
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What It’s Like to Meet Michael Lohan

As some of you know, almost a month ago exactly I packed up my many trinkets and tunics, slapped my New York City super in the face, and bought a one way ticket to Los Angeles, where I am now residing. This move was not prompted so much by the fact that I had spent the 12 best years of my life living in a cement hole, moreso because I had landed a real life television job. That’s right, I am now the co-host of The Gossip Queens, a nightly gab fest airing on Logo at 7 Pm and all throughout the day. Here is an unflattering photo of me on the set! That’s me, far right, saying something hilarious I’m sure, Alec Mapa, in the tie, Bernadette Pauley, lefter, and Loni Love, leftist. We are all comedians, and while we’re also talking gossip with various bloggers and guests,
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