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The singer will appear on the ABC talk show on Wednesday, February 12 to promote the new single off her long-delayed album 'The Art of Letting Go'.
Mady and Cara Gosselin said their parents' divorce was not that hard for them but they wouldn't comment on how often they see their father.
The former Disney star is about to sing 'Slow Down', a track off her 'Stars Dance' album, when the sound cuts off.
Walters says she received six stitches for her head injury and got chickenpox after sharing a hug with a famous actor who 'shall be nameless.'
Fans of the dance-pop star can now listen to the new 'Warrior' album online while waiting to have it for keeps when it's released on December 4.
Sherri Sheppard says that the 'Don't Wake Me Up' singer's and Jenny Johnson's tweets go too far, while Whoopi Goldberg disagrees with Elisabeth Hasselbeck who compares the tweets to 'verbal rape.'
Carey told Barbara Walters that her fellow 'American Idol' judge was heard as saying, 'If I had a gun I would shoot the b***h'.
Just in time of the show's last day television run, Susan Lucci serves as a co-host on the talk show which airs montage of emotional farewell with the cast and crew on the set.
Boyle cut short her live performance of 'O Holy Night' on the Tuesday episode of 'The View' due to 'frog in the throat' issue.
The 54-year-old star is mourning for her mother who died on August 29, saying during the TV show 'I don't think she quite realized how many lives she touched.'
The behind-the-scene video additionally shows how Sylvester Stallone injured himself when filming a duel scene with co-star Steve Austin.
The Genesis star is playing the song with a large ensemble of musicians and vocalists backing him up.
The 'Star Trek' helmer will produce the movie adaptation of Paul Guinan and Anina Bennett's graphic novel about the world's first robot.
Saying lesbian is the result of older women unable to score a guy, 'The View' co-host Hasselbeck is criticized by the real-life lesbians.
Calling 'The View' is too 'fluffy,' the former co-host of the TV show suggests President Barack Obama should appear in 'an hour on Oprah or something.'