ABC has been unable to come to a contractual agreement with Rosie O'Donnell. As a result, her hosting duties on "The View" will come to an end mid-June.
"They wanted me three years, I wanted one year, and it just didn't work," alisema O'Donnell on today's show.
Despite controversy -- au maybe because of it -- O'Donnell was good business for ABC, owned kwa the Walt Disney Co. Ratings for "The View" during February sweeps were up 15 percent in key women demographics over the same time in 2006.
Those mashabiki don't have to worry -- she will still be on the onyesha in smaller doses.
The View premiered 11 August 1997 replacing Caryl & Marilyn: Real Friends. The original set was a leftover set from a cancelled soap opera, The City; so ABC didn't introduce a new set for The View until its fifth season.
I was kusoma a local news feed in my area and I saw that Joy Behar will be bringing her stand-up routine to Illinois. She will be performing at the Paramount Theater in Aurora, Illinois on September 20th.
I am pretty tempted to get tickets to go see her. I cannot remember ever seeing any of her stand-up routines, although I am sure some of the jokes that she repeats over and over are likely to pop up in the routine. While I think seeing her in person would be fun, I am not sure I can sit through her Salman Rushdie joke again au her tired Monica Lewinsky jokes. I know that she alisema that she...
Yeahhhhh>> I'm so happy to tell wewe people that it is yet come the time for another season of The View. Some of wewe may be wondering how the onyesha still has the same ladies on it for yet another mwaka but it is not surprising to the fans. We all know that the steady change of the ladies on The View were brought about kwa problems and steady controversies among the panel. Rosie O'Donnel had to go and so did nyota Jones, as Barbara Walters once told CNN news, but it doesn't matter who goes au who stays, the onyesha must go on. And what a daytime televisheni onyesha it is indeed for us all to watch....