After a second awkward exchange took place between Sajak and Raven, he mentioned “a lot of tension” that was beginning to build.
Both women joined the daytime talk show in 2015 — and left the following year.
Raven-Symoné has been in the spotlight for more than three decades and reveals the road has been a bumpy one.
One of the most recognizable child stars in Hollywood history, Raven-Symoné grew up in the public eye on "The Cosby Show" and "Hangin' With Mr. Cooper." Now 33-years-old and an executive producer and star of "Raven's Home," a spinoff of her 2000's Disney Channel show "That's So Raven," in recent years, the actress and singer […]
The old segment has reemerged as controversy swirls over the use of blackface by Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam.
The Disney Channel made a strong statement by releasing a new music video featuring the network’s brightest young female stars, and Raven-Symoné thinks the timing is right.
Many celebrities who got their big break on the Disney Channel view it as the best of times and the worst of times.
Raven’s not home tonight — she’s out on the town! And of course, looking fabulous. In tonight’s new episode of Raven’s Home, the mom of two (Raven-Symone) and BFF Chelsea (Anneliese van der Pol) actually go out. As costume designer Nancy Butts Martin explained, the Glitter Bomb is a callback to the past.
It's been an extremely long and stressful election season. And it seems the closer we get to Election Day on Nov. 8, the more heated and bizarre things have become for presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. While the country is clearly divided, an overwhelming majority of celebrities (Scott Baio and Stephen Baldwin excluded) have thrown their support behind Clinton. Some have gone as far to say that they will flee America if Trump is elected president.
The View has seen very little change since it first went on the air in 1997, and its hosting panel has remained remarkably consistent. Well, except for the departure of Barbara Walters, Star Jones, Meredith Vieira, Lisa Ling, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Rosie O’Donnell, Sherri Shepherd, Jenny McCarthy, Rosie Perez, and Michelle Collins, and almost a dozen others, it’s been the same panel. Anyway, Raven-Symoné is leaving too.
The hyped-up show, fighting its sinking ratings, brought back Behar to an already-crowded table that included new panelists Paula Faris and Candace Cameron Bure. The hallowed “Hot Topics” segment received a new graphic meant to resemble a sizzling branding-iron, at which even Whoopi Goldberg and Behar snickered in ridicule. The women spent two segments talking over each other about jailed Kentucky clerk Kim Davis in a frantic attempt to land a few argument-provoking blows. Instead, we got Michelle Collins referring to the clerk as “a monster” and asserting that “my dream is that she stays in jail long enough to get gay-married.” To which Behar responded, “My dream is that all the gay priests come out of the closet.” Wha-wha-whaaat? Talk somehow turned to the British TV show The Fall, with Behar saying Gillian Anderson is so hot in it, she’d “turn you lesbian,” and the new panelists lusted over Fall co-star Jamie Dornan. The 59-year-old Goldberg, however, said she “can’t get excited over all these little boys — it’s creepy.” Dismissing the 30-something Dornan, Goldberg cited a more age-appropriate companion: the “little friend in my drawer” that keeps her happy. Startled that The View had begun the season talking about Whoopi’s vibrator, Cameron Bure held her head as though it was about to explode and said, “Did we just go there?” Oh, indeed you did, kid.
Since Rosie O'Donnell’s departure from the show last winter, The View has had a rotating group of different guest hosts. Amongst those guests hosts would be former child star Raven-Symoné. After a few months of filling in, the show decided to make it official and name her a permanent host. A glowing Raven told the audience, “You guys, I am so happy. I remember coming on The View when I was 15-years-old for the Cheetah Girls…and I’m very happy to be sitting here with these smart, talented mentors.”