Sharon Osbourne slammed the hosts of rival morning talk show "The View." Except for Barbara Walters, who Osbourne adores. Everyone else, including Whoopi Goldberg, can go f— themselves, Osbourne said.
"The Talk" co-host was a guest on "The Arsenio Hall Show". During the appearance, Osbourne and her co-hosts drank from red Solo cups. Arsenio asked what differentiates "The Talk" from "The View."
Julie Chen began by saying that "The Talk" doesn't discuss politics or debate.
Suddenly Sharon interrupted, "Stop being polite! Cut to the f---ing chase! The situation is: Barbara — idolize her, divine, she is super-human. I love Barbara Walters. The rest can go f--k themselves!"
"Bad Day" is Justin Bieber's latest single. We also have the video clip of Justin sleeping like a baby- the video has tongues wagging about the rumors of Justin hiring a prostitute in Brazil.
However, the woman who shot and posted the video denies being a "woman of the evening" and Justin denies ever having hired a prostitute while recently visiting the country.
Check out the video below.
Alicia Keys wrote this song, "Queen of the Fields" as part of the soundtrack for the critically-acclaimed film, "12 Years a Slave."
Actress Jennifer Lawrence has become the latest in a long line of celebs to cut off most of her flowing locks, blaming her hair's being fried on several intense dye jobs.
Last night marked the first night of "Live Rounds" for the popular singing competition, "The Voice."
Jamaican contender, Tessanne Chin, did NOT disappoint with her rendition of "Many Rivers to Cross."
Check out the Lylas' single, "Come Back." The Lylas is made up of Bruno Mars' three sisters and a cousin (who has been adopted as a sister), and their group name stands for "Love Ya Like a Sister."
Their reality show, "The Lylas," premieres on Friday night at 9 pm on We.
By the way, in addition to their brother Bruno, their parents are also musicians and entertainers.
Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan dressed up as Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke for their show Live! with Kelly and Michael, mocking the fiasco that happened at this year's Video Music Awards. Above, a parody the show produced in the name of comedy, depicts "Miley" and problems with her wrecking ball.
(including the crazy costumes of Al Roker and Jenny McCarthy)