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The View Hosts Walk Out After a Fiery Exchange With Bill O’Reilly

Things got heated and oh so awesome between Bill O’Reilly, Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg on “The View”, causing the co-hosts to walk off the set of the show, because apparently they have syncronized periods. The incident occurred during a fiery exchange about the proposed Islamic cultural center near Ground Zero. O’Reilly said President Obama’s qualified support of the center was evidence of the “gulf” between him and the American people.

Goldberg and Behar objected strongly to O’Reilly’s claim.”THIS IS AMERICUH!!!” Behar said.”Listen to me because you’ll learn!” O’Reilly interrupted her, to gasps from the audience who also were all on their periods.

Frankly they ought to have Bill O’Reilly on “The View” more often if it will keep those two nasty cunts off the stage. They had a hissy fit and stormed out because his “view” wasn’t the same as their ivory tower “view”.

 

Teresa Giudice Has Credit Card Limit, Daughters Wear Hand-Me-Downs

After ten years as the big-spending wife of a successful real estate developer, Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice was told by a lawyer that she and her husband, Joe, were $11 million in debt — and needed to file for bankruptcy as soon as possible. “I was humiliated,” she tells In Touch.

Teresa, 37, was also in shock and had no idea they were in so much financial trouble. “Joe thought things were going to get better,” she explains. Her alleged $60,000 spending spree on home furnishings — which reportedly took place right after she and Joe declared bankruptcy — didn’t win her any public sympathy. When Teresa appeared on The View, insisting that she’s now living within her means, Joy Behar replied, “How can you live within your means if you’re now $11 million in bankruptcy?”

These days, Joe has taken control of the finances, doing all the grocery shopping and imposing a limit on Teresa’s credit cards. Joe says, “I want to save more.” While their four girls - Gia, 9, Gabriella, 6, Milania, 5 and Audriana, 1 - used to always have brand new clothes, they now wear each other’s hand-me-downs. “Me and my husband have learned a lot from our mistakes,” Teresa shares, and adds, “It’s brought us closer together.”

 

Whoopi Backs Mel All of the Way

Whoopi stays true to her desire to make the entire United States of America hate her black guts as she actually supports Mel Gibson throughout his “I’M A RACIST AND I HIT MY GIRLFRIEND” online tirade:

“I know Mel, and I know he’s not a racist,” Whoopi said on ‘The View’ on Monday, seeming both earnest and cautious to weigh in. “I have had a long friendship with Mel. You can say he’s being a bonehead, but I can’t sit and say that he’s a racist having spent time with him in my house with my kids. I don’t like what he’s done, make no mistake.”

When Joy Behar asked if Goldberg considered Gibson anti-Semitic after his 2006 tirade against a Jewish police officer in LA , Goldberg began calling him “an ass” before stifling herself. Whoopi then pinpointed alcohol as the culprit. “Drunks say stupid stuff to people all the time — because they’re drunk, they’re out of control, they are not thinking, they are idiotic. I can’t say anything about people like that because I know what they’re like when they’re drunk. This rant? I don’t think he’s drunk on this rant.”

Whoopi concluded: “I’m not defending Mel. I’m simply saying I don’t see him as [a racist] because that’s not been my experience with him.”

So just to confirm: calling a black man a “n*gger” is not racist, nor is saying that they travel in packs.

 

Mackenzie Phillips:incest with father was not consensual

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Mackenzie Phillips, who released a memoir detailing her long-term sexual relationship with her father, Mamas and the Papas’ frontman John Phillips, now wants to redefine what she called a “consensual relationship” in her book.

“I’d like to reframe my word, ‘consensual,’” Phillips told Joy Behar on Behar’s HLN show.

“As I was writing the book, I thought, this word, it kept sitting wrong with me, but I used it for lack of a better word, and since then I’ve been schooled by thousands of incest survivors all across the world that there really is no such thing as consensual incest due to the inherent power a parent has over a child,” she said.

Phillips, the 49-year-old former child star and daughter of the Mamas and the Papas founder, wrote in her book that she had sex with her father the night before she was to marry Jeff Sessler, a member of the Rolling Stones entourage, in 1979.

“On the eve of my wedding, my father showed up, determined to stop it,” wrote Phillips, who was 19 at the time and a heavy drug user. “I had tons of pills, and Dad had tons of everything too. Eventually I passed out on Dad’s bed.”

Phillips, best known as Julie Cooper on the sitcom “One Day at a Time,” wrote that the sexual relationship became consensual as her life began to spiral out of control.

During her time on the hit CBS comedy, which ran from 1975 to 1984, she battled drug addiction and underwent drug rehabilitation. She was fired from the show in 1980 because of her drug abuse.

Eventually, she and her father went to rehab together, and she later toured with him in a band called the New Mamas and the Papas.

“I was a fragment of a person, and my secret isolated me,” she wrote. “One night Dad said, ‘We could just run away to a country where no one would look down on us. There are countries where this is an accepted practice. Maybe Fiji.’ ”

Phillips has led a troubled life that has included substance abuse and a 2008 arrest at Los Angeles International Airport on suspicion of cocaine and heroin possession.

She later pleaded guilty to one count of cocaine possession and was ordered to a drug rehab program.

Phillips’ career as an actress took off when, as a teen, she performed the role of Carol Morrison in the 1973 film “American Graffiti.”

In the late 1990s, her career experienced a revival when she began co-starring on “So Weird,” a Disney Channel program.

 

Tim Hasselbeck Shares Baby Isaiah With The View Crew

Former NFL quarterback Tim Hasselbeck got a chance to walk a mile in his wife’s shoes on Thursday (January 28) as he switched placed with her to cohost The View.

Earlier this month, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who welcomed the couple’s third child, Isaiah Timothy, on August 8, also got to experience a day in the life of her husband while she served as an NFL Live analyst and filled in on other ESPN programs in his place.

While appearing on the daytime talk show, alongside Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sherri Shepherd and Barbara Walters, the 31-year-old ESPN personality shared a cute new photo of Isaiah and joked about how the temporary career switch was filtering down into his home life.

“We’re switching jobs, so Elisabeth thinks that it’s permeating every aspect of our marriage,” he laughed, adding that when their 5 ½-month-old son woke up at 3 A.M. the night before, Elisabeth said: “We’re switching jobs, buddy. He’s yours, go feed him!”

Tim and Elisabeth, 32, have been maried since 2002, and are also parents to 4-year-old Grace and 2-year-old Taylor.

 

Ho Sit Down: Rachel Uchitel Says She “IS NOT A HO” (Video Included)


We don’t know how Tiger didn’t see this cheap trick coming. Just look at her… she oozes whoredom. Anyway, Rachel and her attorney are pissed off that one of the women from The View called her what she is:

Rachel Uchitel is threatening to sue the ladies at “The View” – or at least one of them — for suggesting she’s a hooker. Gloria Allred, lawyer for Tiger Wood’s alleged mistress #1, is pissed that Joy Behar joked on the show today, “Yeah, you-ka-tell she’s a hooker.”

Gloria says the statement was false, defamatory and highly offensive — and hurtful, too. G.A. says Rachel is “not amused” because “she values her reputation and her reputation has been damaged…” Gloria wants a retraction, or else.

What a ho!