When Clueless and Single Ladies alum Stacey Dash tweeted support for Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney, Twitter and the rest of the Internet erupted in bitter debate. Some fans of the star were outraged that a black actress is supporting a Republican, as opposed to President Barack Obama, a Democrat.
Others applauded Dash for her courage in speaking out for what she believes in. Of course the women of The View had to give their five cents on the controversial topic. Check out what they had to say after the jump!
If this doesn't make Elisabeth Hasselbeck vote for Barack Obama, nothing will. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the recent appearance of the President and First Lady Michelle Obama was watched by 4.3 million viewers. The installment netted the ABC Daytime talk show a four-month ratings high. Yes they can — cause Nielsen spikes!
For the first time ever, President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama visited ABC Daytime's The View for a joint interview today. The POTUS and First Lady fielded questions about what would happen to the country if Republican nominee Mitt Romney were elected, as well as if Mrs. Obama has any aspirations toward public office of her own.
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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and wife Ann Romney sat down on July 13 with former daytime queen Oprah Winfrey for an interview that will appear in O Magazine, according to The New York Times. Oprah supported President Obama during his first bid for the White House and reportedly supports his re-election.
The war of words between political comedian Bill Maher and Let's Make a Deal host Wayne Brady has been the talk of the blogosphere for the past few days. Apparently the squabble started when Maher took a dig at President Barack Obama's blackness—or in Maher's opinion, lack thereof—by comparing the POTUS to Brady on his HBO series Real Time With Bill Maher.
A fed up Brady went on The Talk co-host Aisha Tyler's Girl on Guy podcast and proceeded to blast off on Maher. Said Brady in response to Maher referring to Obama as "your Wayne Brady:
"Just because you f*** black hookers, just because you had that particular black experience… I have to stop myself to getting into it because I realize the thing is if I had gone on his show, or even doing it online, I'm not going to win. Because as soon as you back off, he still has his platform to say whatever he wants to." READ MORE
Sorry kids, it looks as though Barbara Walters was trying her comedy routine out on President Barack Obama. TMZ reports the veteran journalist is not headed for retirement, despite her statement when interviewing the President. Senior Vice President of ABC News Jeff Schneider told the site:
Barbara has joked that she is retiring every year since the Clinton Administration. Anyone who just did a day trip to Syria, 90-minute prime time special and an interview with the President and First Lady hardly sounds like someone retiring from anything.
Did Babs pull an okey doke on Obama to snag an interview? When TMZ asked Schneider if Walters exaggerated in order to do so, he laughed and stated: