In the wake of her husband’s alleged sexual misconduct scandal, Julie Chen left ‘The Talk.’ Yet, she’s still the host of ‘Big Brother,’ and we have EXCLUSIVE details why that’s not going to change anytime soon.
Kenya Moore is looking for a new job after losing her gig on ‘RHOA.’ We’ve got details on how she’s angling to replace Julie Chen who has just resigned from ‘The Talk.’
After Les Moonves left CBS due to sexual misconduct allegations, his wife, Julie Chen, resigned from ‘The Talk’ in an emotional message on Sept. 18.
Before Julie Chen steps down from ‘The Talk’, learn more about the longtime ‘Big Brother’ host and wife to former CBS president Leslie Moonves. Here are five key facts you need to know!
Julie Chen will resign from her co-host role on ‘The Talk,’ according to numerous reports including one that says she will announce her exit in a videotaped message as soon as Sept. 18. Here’s what we know.
Julie Chen has finally broken her silence about husband Les Moonves after the longtime CBS CEO stepped down amid sexual harassment allegations. We’ve got the way she proved she’s standing by her man.
CBS head Leslie Moonves has shockingly been accused of sexual misconduct in a new exposé. Learn more about the serious allegations, and the powerful man at the center of it all.
Do you think the right person won ‘Big Brother’? Find out the results, then weigh in!
It’s been a rough season of Big Brother — certainly one of the most controversial, given all the racism and homophobia in the house — and the whole thing finally came to an end Sept. 20, as host Julie Chen revealed the outcome of the final votes.
After Julie told the world she had plastic surgery on her ‘Asian eyes’ to make herself appear more ‘relatable’ to viewers, she’s opening up about her feelings and her parents’ reaction to her big reveal.
Chinese-American TV personality Julie Chan confessed her shocking secret on a Sept. 11 episode of The Talk, and she has been overwhelmed by the support she has received from friends, family and fans since then. Read on for more details!
Don’t you love that Sofia Vergara is tired of being bullied because she’s not a scary skinny and is speaking out against it?
“Someone told me I should lose weight,” she confessed to Sharon Osbourne, Julie Chen and Holly Robinson Peete on The Talk show on Feb. 21. It turns out that before she became infamous for her sexy mama role on Modern Family, she couldn’t borrow a dress for a red carpet event to save her life. They were size zeros and “they’d only come up to there. (she pointed to her hips) It was a nightmare.”
The Talk made its premiere on CBS this afternoon. We settled in to watch the ladies dish the dirt on motherhood and parenting, but were left disappointed.
CBS’ new hour-long chat show The Talk (which premiered today) is certainly not The View 2.0. Sure, the show starts with a lot of famous faces as hosts — Julie Chen, Leah Remini, Sharon Osbourne, Holly Robinson Peete and Sara Gilbert — sitting around a table (which is actually distracting because the table is a tad too high so it cuts their bodies off at an unflattering angle and seeing their legs below the table is equally distracting) but that’s where the similarities with Barbara Walters’ show end.
The co-host of the new daytime talk show, The Talk, opens up about being a mom and admits “No one tells you how difficult it is! I’m here to tell you it is very, very difficult!” Can you relate, HollyMoms?
She may be best known as a former Dancing With the Stars contestant or as a new co-host on The Talk, a CBS chat fest for moms that premieres today (Oct. 18), but Marissa Jaret Winokur is most proud of her role as mom to son Zev, 2. “It’s the hardest, most gratifying challenge of my life,” confesses Marissa, who admits she had a Mommy Life Crisis when she became a mother (via a surrogate) and thought it was a good day if she managed to change out of her sweats!
The Tony Award-winning co-host of this fall’s new CBS show, The Talk, opens up about the struggles she faced during her first year of motherhood.
Marissa Jaret Winokur is a good actress, but when she adopted her son, Zev Isaac, two years ago, she was convinced that she was a lousy mom.
Celebrity moms Sharon Osbourne, Julie Chen, Leah Remini and Sara Gilbert primed to take on Barbara Walters’ and company.
With the long-running soap opera As the World Turns going off the air in September, CBS has found a good replacement, thanks to Roseanne star Sara Gilbert and her celebrity mom friends. Sara has developed a yet-to-be-named talk show show and will be one of the hosts, along with Sharon Osbourne, Julie Chen, Leah Remini, Marissa Jaret Winokur and Holly Robinson Peete, who will chat about “topical events and contemporary issues through the eyes of parents.” Sounds a lot like The View, doesn’t it?
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