The late actress Bette Davis once said "I do not regret one professional enemy I have made. Any actor who doesn't dare to make an enemy should get out of the business." It seems Davis -- who counted one-time co-star Miriam Hopkins as her life-long arch-nemesis -- was on to something.
Politicians. They're just like us, or at least, that's what they're desperate to have us believe, particularly during a campaign season in which the word "elitist" has been lobbed about like a pinless hand grenade.
Perhaps it was the mental stress of preparing for a book tour in which she had to sell a marriage-destroying affair as a heartwarming memory. But before her book was released, Barbara Walters had this to say to Elisabeth Hasselbeck about Iraq on "The View" on April 8, 2008:
Video courtesy ABC They're not shy about expressing their opinions about sensational topics.
But Monday, the women of The View demurred – at first –when conversation turned to who's had a ménage à trois. After citing research that 23 percent of Americans have experienced a
"three-way," Barbara Walters turned her attention to the audience –rather than her cohosts – to solicit confessions. With no responders,
Elisabeth Hasselbeck pointed out specific audience members who looked like
they have "a three-way face." And Sherri Shepherd teased, "Barbara looks
like she may have [experience]." (For the record, Walters denied
being experienced – in that way!)
Jessica Simpson's weekend getaway with Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo in Mexico may have been nice, but romancing an NFL star requires some special skills – so says View co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who knows a thing or two about snagging a guy in cleats as the wife of footballer Tim Hasselbeck.
Video courtesy ABC The View added a guy to the gab on Monday: 2-month, 2-days-old Taylor Thomas Hasselbeck, whose mother, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, returned to the ABC daytime show with her baby in her arms.
Within hours of finishing her last day co-hosting The View Tuesday, Elisabeth Hasselbeck boarded a plane and made the temporary move to Arizona – where she plans to give birth and spend her maternity leave cheering for the Arizona Cardinals.
Appearing on Barbara Walters's Sirius radio program Monday night, View co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck revealed that her husband Tim has signed a contract with the NFL's Arizona Cardinals – and so she will begin her maternity leave a few days early to have the baby in Arizona.
Although it is her unkind treatment of former employer Barbara Walters in the pages of Rosie O'Donnell's upcoming memoir, Celebrity Detox, that has been generating headlines, the former "Queen of Nice" also bashes herself in her book - literally.
Comedian Kathy Griffin - who guest co-hosted The View one day after the big fight between Rosie O'Donnell and Elisabeth Hasselbeck - revealed some details about O'Donnell's departure from the show, during a comedy act Saturday night.