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The View Co-Hosts Apologize for Eating Disorder Jokes: 'We Never Want to Offend Anybody'

Originally posted 11/19/2015 05:45PM

The women of The View have apologized for joking about eating disorders.

After discussing a PEOPLE interview in which Donald Trump said he has lost 15 lbs. on the campaign trail, the co-hosts began joking about weight and whether their was a difference between being skinny and thin. After the commercial break, that turned into joking about the merits of anorexia vs. bulimia.

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Nicole Arbour Refuses to Apologize for 'Dear Fat People' YouTube Video on The View

Originally posted 09/16/2015 05:25PM

Nicole Arbour is continuing to defend her "Dear Fat People" YouTube video despite the major backlash it has received.

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Nicolle Wallace Says She Learned About Being Fired From The View From the Press – As Sherri Shepherd Defends Her

Nicolle Wallace Says She Learned About Being Fired From The View From the Press – As Sherri Shepherd Defends Her

Originally posted 08/13/2015 09:00PM

Nicolle Wallace has revealed that when she got fired from The View in July, she found out just like everyone else did – by reading about it in the press.

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Raven-Symoné on Bill Cosby Sex Scandal: 'Now There Are Real Facts'

Originally posted 07/08/2015 12:30AM

[EMBEDCODE {}] Former Cosby Show star Raven-Symoné spoke about the allegations against Bill Cosby on The View on Tuesday, saying she needed further proof before deciding whether he was innocent or guilty of sexually assaulting multiple women.

"I don't really like to talk about it that much because he's the reason I'm on this panel in the first place. He gave me my first job," Raven-Symoné, 29, said. "But at the same time, you need the proof, and then I'll be able to give my judgment here or there. And now there are real facts. More people can come up."

Candace Cameron Bure, who was filling in for View host Rosie Perez, said the news Monday that Cosby, 77, had admitted in 2005 court papers to giving a woman Quaaludes before they had sex indicated to her that he was "guilty, guilty, guilty." To this, Raven-Symoné responded, "But guilty of what?"

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Will Rosie O'Donnell Make a Return to The View as Full-Time Host? | Rosie O'Donnell

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Will Rosie O'Donnell Make a Return to The View as Full-Time Host?

Originally posted 07/09/2014 12:25PM

As The View revamps itself after the retirement of Barbara Walters and the exits of Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shepherd, former host Rosie O'Donnell will likely be making a dramatic return to the series.

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This Just In: Newscasters Interview Their Younger Selves

Originally posted 05/15/2014 05:40PM

After 50 continuous years on TV screens, Barbara Walters is saying goodbye to broadcast news and The View. The 84-year-old announced her plans to retire from both her hosting and ABC News anchor posts in 2013. Friday afternoon's episode of The View – the daytime talk show she started – will be Walters's final sign off.

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Barbara Walters Announces Her Last Day on The View

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Barbara Walters Announces Her Last Day on The View

Originally posted 04/07/2014 10:50AM

Barbara Walters has announced what will be her final day on daily television before she begins her retirement.

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Barbara Walters: 'I Plan to Retire' in the Summer of 2014 | Barbara Walters

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UpdatePosted 05/13/2013 11:15AM

Barbara Walters: 'I Plan to Retire' in the Summer of 2014

Originally posted 05/13/2013 06:20AM

After more than five decades, Barbara Walters is hanging up her microphone.

The veteran ABC News anchor, 83, said Monday morning on The View – the show she started in 1997 – that she will retire from TV journalism next summer.

"Let me just say I have been on television continuously for over 50 years. But in the summer of '14 I plan to retire from appearing on television at all. ... I'm perfectly healthy. This is my decision. This is what I want to do," Walters told her audience, which in the studio included Disney CEO (and therefore head of ABC) Bob Iger – who suggested once he also retires that both he and Walters go on Dancing with the Stars.

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Barbara Walters's View Return | Barbara Walters

Barbara Walters's View Return

Originally posted 07/08/2010 09:00AM

Vacation is over. Barbara Walters will be returning to The View next week for the first time since undergoing heart valve surgery in May.

But she won't be around the table with the ladies, the news veteran, 80, will be Skyping live for the July 12 episode. She is expected to officially return in September.

On May 10, Walters announced that she'd be undergoing the surgery on a faulty valve. "You know how healthy I have been – never missed a day's work," she said, adding, "I have known of this condition for a while now and my doctors and I have decided that this is the best time to do the surgery, since the summer is coming up, I can take a nice vacation."

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