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'The View' to unite all 11 co-hosts in Barbara Walters' final week

For the first time ever, all 11 co-hosts of The View will appear on the talk show together — live, on May 15 — to honor the woman who brought them to the daytime panel: Barbara Walters.

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.


'The Talk': See Sheryl Underwood in her underpants! -- VIDEO

I can’t live without my Spanx but I certainly wouldn’t parade around in public while wearing them. Clearly, Sheryl Underwood is not burdened by such a stifling phobia.

During today’s episode of The Talk on CBS, Julie Chen chatted about Miley Cyrus and how she recently performed in her bra and underwear because there simply wasn’t enough time to make her costume change.

Apparently, co-host Underwood can “relate.”

Check out the gutsy broad below. READ FULL STORY

'The Real' daytime talk show picked up for fall 2014

There’s a new daytime talk show that will join the likes of  The Talk and The View this Fall 2014, and the panel’s all about keeping it real. After a test run for four weeks in the summer, Warner Bros. TV Distribution/Telepictures’ syndicated multicultural daytime talk show The Real will launch nationwide next fall with Fox TV Stations, EW has confirmed.

The Real — hosted by Tamera Mowry-Housley (Sister, Sister), Tamar Braxton (Braxton Family Values), Loni Love (comedian), Adrienne Bailon (Cheetah Girls), and Jeannie Mai (How Do I Look) and executive produced by Sally Ann Salsano — will also get a second window on BET. The format is similar to the The Wendy Williams Show, which also airs on Fox stations after a successful summer test run, and on BET.

The Real  brought viewers a unique combination of elements that were missing from daytime, a real, multi-cultural conversation about issues that women of all ages are talking about,” Ken Warner, president of Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution, said in a statement.

The show will air on 18 Fox-owned stations, including its affiliates in New York, L.A., and Chicago.


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