*Attorneys Sunny Hostin and Mark Geragos, who served as occasional panelists on Anderson Cooper’s short-lived 10 p.m. roundtable show on CNN, will team for a new show on the cable channel in the same hour.
Titled “Making The Case” the half-hour show will premiere Monday, March 10 at 10:30 p.m. ET. It will reportedly be a weekly show set to run for five weeks, according to TV Newser.
Both Geragos and Hostin are familiar faces on CNN: they were on-air throughout last year’s George Zimmerman trial, often sparring against one another.
*Rosie O’Donnell returned to The View today for the first time since her epic battle with former co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck in 2007. The visit went rather smoothly – until the topic turned to Woody Allen’s alleged sexual abuse of his daughter.
Co-host Sherri Shepherd asked O’Donnell to weigh in on the topic. The director’s adopted daughter Dylan Farrow recently wrote a blog post in which she detailed her accusations she was sexually abused by Allen when she was 7. Allen has denied the accusations, and Walters has stood by him all week. This has caused friction with Sherri, who believes Dylan.
“I totally believe her,” O’Donnell said on Friday’s show, adding that she and Dylan’s adopted mom, Mia Farrow, are “very good friends.” “She’s the best mother I’ve ever seen…I firmly believe Mia, and I firmly believe Dylan,” Rosie said.
*She… broke… down!
Wendy Williams was talking about Madonna (and the absurd n-word comment she made on her son’s Instagram pic). But started crying automatically — saying the “Like a Virgin” pop icon was luckily to have a 13-year-old son who likes her.
“My son doesn’t like me,” Williams said.
Well, Williams provided insight on “The View” about her breakdown on her show!
*Nope, she’s not depressed. She’s happy!
Fantasia co-hosted and was interviewed on “The View” to discuss her involvement with a married man and allegedly being suicidal.
The “I Believe” R&B singer shut down rumors she was suicidal.
*Sherri Shepherd made her regrets known Tuesday as she apologized for perceived anti-gay comments she made during a recent interview on the Fusion network.
During her interview with “Alicia Mendez Tonight” (on the Fusion Network), Shepherd was asked about her thoughts on homosexuality.