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Originally posted 08/11/2009 04:30PM
Sherri Shepherd is sending her virtual love to her View co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who gave birth to her third child over the weekend.
"I just want to give a shout-out to my girl, Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Tim Hasselbeck," Shepherd said Tuesday from the set of her new sitcom Sherri. "Congratulations on Isaiah Timothy Hasselbeck!"
Baby Isaiah was born at 2:49 p.m. Sunday in New York City. The Hasselbecks are also parents to Grace Elisabeth, 4, and Taylor Thomas, 21 months.
"Auntie Sherri can't wait to come in and see her little nephew," Shepherd added in her heartfelt video message. "Give my love to Gracie and Taylor Thomas. I love you."
Originally posted 08/07/2009 08:15AM
After starting a new workout regimen three months ago, The View's Sherri Shepherd made a splash on the daytime talk show by revealing her new bathing suit body. But there's one part of her figure she'd never wants to change.
"I love my boobs!" says Shepherd, 42, who lost four inches from her chest during her two-month weight loss challenge but still wears a DD cup.
Would she ever consider a breast reduction now that she's getting back into shape? "What?! No! I would never ever, ever, ever," says Shepherd, whose measurements are 40-33-37. "I don't care how old they get and how long they get, I'm going to love my boobs. I'd never get rid of them."
Originally posted 06/10/2009 10:45AM
Sherri Shepherd, who's trying to slim down enough to pose in a bathing suit on The View on Aug. 6, isn't exactly enjoying every minute of working with a personal trainer.
"He is the Evil One!" The View cohost, 42, told PEOPLE about trainer Don Scott at the Apollo Theater's 75th anniversary celebration Monday in New York City. "He's making me eat salad with extra virgin olive oil. That's the closest to being a virgin I'm ever going to get."
Originally posted 06/08/2009 01:05PM
Talk about TMI on Twitter!
Sherri Shepherd, who's trying to slim down enough to pose in a bathing suit on The View on Aug. 6, learned an important lesson this past weekend: Don't tweet about your junk food indulgences.
"This weekend, I was out in L.A., and I'm tweeting about [how] I had fried calamari and I had some buffalo wings and I just went totally off my diet. And it was great!" The View cohost said on the talk show Monday. "I did not know that my nutritional coach and my trainer follow me."
Shepherd, 42, tweeted on Sunday that she "messed up a little last night ... had fried calamari and fried catfish – gotta stay away from the soul food! Back on track today – gym at 3 pm."
Originally posted 03/04/2009 09:30AM
The View co-host Sherri Shepherd is leaning on her own life for a new comedy series being developed for Lifetime.
The show, to star Shepherd, centers around a wife who accepts her spouse's wandering ways – and lets his mistress and illegitimate child move into her household, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Besides The View, Shepherd, 41, also appeared as brother Robert's police-force partner on CBS's Everybody Loves Raymond and, more recently, has had recurring roles on NBC's 30 Rock and ABC's Less Than Perfect.
– Stephen M. Silverman
Originally posted 02/19/2009 07:00AM
30 Rock creator Tina Fey couldn't have imagined a crazier scenario: Tracy Morgan blames a faulty fish tank light for igniting a fire Wednesday morning in his Manhattan Trump Plaza apartment, but no one was hurt – not even the shark or piranha in the tank, say news reports.
"My thanks to the New York Fire Department for their quick action," Morgan, 40, said in a statement after the smoke had cleared. "Fortunately, the fire did not spread and no one in the building was hurt. Even the fish are okay."
In all, reports MSNBC, 78 firefighters from 25 units responded to the blaze, which set off sprinklers on the 16th floor of the building, where Morgan lives, as well as on other floors.
The View co-host Sherri Shepherd, who happens to live in the same building and plays the wife of Morgan character's on 30 Rock, said on The View Wednesday that her nanny called and let her know that her floor had flooded.
– Stephen M. Silverman
Originally posted 08/11/2008 01:25PM
Meet the season 12 cast of The View.
Look familiar? Well, that's because it is.
Barbara Walters, Whoopi Goldberg, Sherri Shepherd, Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Joy Behar will all be back to co-host the ABC daytime show when it returns Sept. 2 after a summer hiatus. But, for the first time, the five ladies have been photographed together. (Remember, Shepherd was a late addition to season 11 – and was never part of any of the show's early photos.)
The photo shoot took place in New York – and the cohosts had plenty to do in between frames. The women danced to Tina Turner's hit "Proud Mary" and Janet Jackson tunes. (Shepherd is a huge Janet fan.)
Between takes Behar also worked on solving a New York Times crossword puzzle, while Shepherd caught up on e-mail and Goldberg practiced the music and script for her role in Xanadu on Broadway.
Originally posted 07/23/2008 03:15PM
The View co-host Sherri Shepherd is not "flippant" about abortion, she said Wednesday while addressing some controversial comments she gave to a magazine on the subject recently.
Shepherd, 41, told the Christian magazine Precious Times that she had undergone "more abortions than I can count" during her twenties. But the article, Shepherd said, did not tell the whole story.
"The full quote was I suffer from a lot of shame and guilt, and I didn't know how to forgive myself," said Shepherd, clarifying her comments in the current cover story.
In the publication, geared toward churchgoing black women, she credited her conversion to Christianity with saving her from a lifestyle of "sleeping with a lot of guys."
Originally posted 06/03/2008 02:30PM
It's not everyday that Janet Jackson drops by to make someone's dream come true. But on The View Tuesday, the pop star did just that. Specifically, Jackson gave co-host Sherri Shepherd a pair of tickets for her fall concert – so that Shepherd wouldn't have to sleep in the street to get some. When Jackson – clad in white –dropped by, a visibly ecstatic Shepherd jumped from her seat to embrace her pop idol. "I'm such a fan of yours," she enthused while the crowd cheered. "I have every album; I have every poster; I have all of your program books. Aside from Michael, you are my second favorite, girl."
Originally posted 11/06/2007 03:00PM
Liam McDermott may have been a bit confused by mom Tori Spelling's guest-hosting gig on The View Tuesday morning. Backstage before the show, the 8-month-old finally said the word "mom" – to co-host Sherri Shepherd.
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