While appearing on "Fox and Friends," Jeanine Pirro called her argument with Whoopi Goldberg on "The View" "abuse." But was it? Yahoo Lifestyle asked a psychologist.
Few shows this New York fashion week have been as buzzy as Open Ceremony’s (sorry, Kanye), with its promised all-star lineup of comedians and famous faces fronting the event. As the presentation drew nigh, rumors that a faux pageant-type situation involving the likes of Fred Armisen, Carrie Brownstein, Whoopi Goldberg, and Girl Meets World actress Rowan Blanchard, Orange Is the New Black’s Diane Guerrero and Natasha Lyonne began heating up.
Variety picked the five stars for their willingness to bring attention to worthy causes: Goldberg is an honorary chair of Figure Skating in Harlem, Kardashian donates her time and belongings to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and eBay, Close volunteers at Fountain House and started the mental health nonprofit Bring Change 2 Mind, Dunham supports Girls Educational & Mentoring Services (which helps victims of commercial sexual exploitation), and Weisz, along with her husband Daniel Craig, is involved with Opportunity Network, which helps needy kids get into and graduate from college. Plenty of celebrities are charitable, but it’s not often that they get recognized for it in such a public setting.