A huge shake-up is going down at The View — after Barbara Walters retired in May, co-hosts Jenny McCarthy, 41, and Sherri Shepherd, 47, were let go on June 26, leaving only Whoopi Goldberg at the famed table. Though the firings are shocking, hammer-dropping decisions by ABC, Jenny isn’t exactly sorry to have gotten the boot.
Andi Dorfman, 27, may go from finding love to chatting it up on The View? Since Jenny McCarthy, 41, and Sherri Shepherd, 47, are leaving The View co-host table, HollywoodLife.com has learned EXCLUSIVELY that Bachelorette star Andi is on the list to replace Jenny and Sherri!
Jenny McCarthy is standing by her “avenger” Sherri Shepherd. The former Playboy Playmate turned TV personality took to Twitter on June 26 and seemed to confirm that she was leaving The View, tweeting, “If Sherri goes… I go too.”
In 2007, Jenny McCarthy raised eyebrows and sparked controversy when she publicly declared that her son Evan‘s autism was caused by his childhood immunization shots. A dangerously large amount of parents and celebrities followed her footsteps, deciding not to vaccinate their children “just in case.” Now, a new study conducted with over one million different children from all over the world has proven that there is no connection between vaccination shots and and childhood autism. Take that, Jenny!
Jenny McCarthy has been under fire for years from top doctors and other parents ever since she spoke out on the Larry King Live show in 2008, saying that child vaccines caused her son, Evan’s autism. At the time, she said “that vaccinations triggered Evan’s autism,” but now in a new column for the Chicago Sun Times, she asserts that she’s “pro-vaccine,” but she doesn’t believe in a “one size fits all” schedule.
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