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Whoopi said during the Tuesday episode of 'The View', 'If this is to be tried in the court of public opinion, I got to say all of the information that's out there kind of points to guilt.'
While Raven-Symone said that Ariana's remark was normal especially when 'you're at a fast-food restaurant,' her 'The View' co-host Whoopi said, 'I never think that.'
Beverly 'wasn't surprised' with the recent revelation that Bill admitted to giving women drugs for the purpose of sex, while Whoopi says, 'You're still innocent until proven guilty.'
After listening to Jim Bob downplaying his son's case, the 59-year-old host gets fed up and says, 'Don't talk about God forgiving people, when you don't have forgiveness in your own heart.'
While sharing her take on casual sex, the 59-year-old host surprisingly admits, 'Sometimes I do want sex and I don't mind a hit-and-run.'
Goldberg was signed to portray the role of Delores, with shooting set to take place in New York at a date to be announced later.
Goldberg and O'Donnell yell at each other as they can't agree about whether First Lady Michelle Obama being mistaken for the help is racist or not.
The show's moderator and returning co-host allegedly got into a heated spat in front of audience in the studio during a commercial break.
During a recent episode on 'The View', Goldberg goes emotional when Crystal recalls some stories about their dear friend who killed himself last month.
A day before Walters says goodbye to the television show, eleven women will share the stage for the first time ever.
'Twilight' helmer Catherine Hardwicke, 'The Hunger Games' director Gary Ross, and Hollywood movie stars Anton Yelchin and Lake Bell join this year's panels as well.
The 'Ghost' star's 25-year-old granddaughter Amarah Dean has given birth to a baby daughter who is called Charlie Rose.
The comedienne was guest tweeting for The Huffington Post during the Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday.
The 'Crazy Ones' star and the 'View' moderator join Blake Shelton, Reba McEntire, Heidi Klum and Jay Leno who are set to appear in 'Kelly Clarkson's Cautionary Christmas Music Tale'.
The 'Sister Act' actress joins the new ABC fantasy drama series to guest-voice White Rabbit's wife.