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Goldberg to Writer: “Anonymous Bitch!”

Forget the motto of Don't Mess with Texas (sorry Jamey and Mel), you don't mess with Whoopi Goldberg. The View moderator went off on TV Guide Magazine writer Ingela Ratledge and What Not To Wear's, Stacy London for clowning her wardrobe choices and suggesting what she (Ratledge) thinks Goldberg should wear in the magazine. London took it a bit further by saying in the article, that due to Goldberg's clothing,
You can't take her seriously.

Ouch!  Now I watched today's show and I'm just wondering how the hell I missed her reading the women for bashing her attire. Then I realized it happened at the very end of the show. See Goldberg in action at the 5:41 mark of the clip.. All I have to say is: CHURCH WHOOPI!

Y&R: Colleen vs. Victor?

Like father like daughter? Looks like its going to be that way when Colleen "Cee Cee" Carlton (Tammin Sursok) goes guns blazing after Victor "The Black Knight" Newman (Eric Braeden). What has Cee Cee swinging, all starts when  Brad (Don Diamont) is late for their lunch date and he doesn't contact her. Colleen knows that her pops is always readily available and always keeps his promise of spending time with his daughters. When she still hasn't heard from Brad after a day is almost gone, she knows something is wrong. Her uncle and best friend Billy and Lily (Billy Millier, Christel Khalil) try to calm her worries but that doesn't work with Colleen and she sets off to look for her dad. She turns to JT (Thad Luckinbill) for help, busting up his one year anniversary with Victoria (Amelia Heinle). Good thing she did because JT's already making some headway in locating Brad.

Remarks That Finally Set Babs Walters Off

Now like every other fan of The View , I too was left scratching my head as to what set off  Barbara Walters to check the former co-hosts of her show. Being curious, I decided to find out the root of all evil as my people say, that put the bitch-slapping of today's show in motion.

While the former View co-host  Rosie O'Donnell was out promoting her new variety show yesterday, Rosie Live which airs  Thanksgiving eve on NBC. O'Donnell had a reality check for those fans of the popular ABC gab fest that truly believe everything is all fine and dandy once the cameras stopped rolling.

According to O'Donnell,
Barbara wanted everyone to believe and think and act as if [the women on 'The View'] get along and are really good friends and happy and hang out together, and, you know, that's just not the reality.

I'm not saying they loathe each other, but the fact of the matter is there was not a lot of camaraderie off camera.
O'Donnell's comment combined with another ousted View member Star Jones remarks about her former colleagues in the latest Essence magazine