As GaySocialites.com recently reported, Rosie O’Donnell is coming back to “The View”, along side Whoopi Goldberg, while Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy are out. However according to Radar Online, it looks like Meghan McCain will be filling one of empty seats at “The View” table when the the show returns for its 18th season in September.
The insider told Radar that McCain is “gearing up to join the show.”
“Meghan brings a young, headstrong vibe to the show and she’s someone who thinks outside the box, despite her family’s standing in politics,” their source added. “Even though she’s a Republican, she’s very liberal with social issues. She’d sort of be the new Elisabeth Hasselbeck, except far more accepting.”
[Editor's note: If you haven't seen this week's episodes of Big Brother 16 on CBS, this article definitely contains some spoilers for you. There may also be some Big Brother spoilers from the live feeds and Big Brother After Dark, so read with caution!]
After Thursday night’s elimination, Big Brother 16 viewers were left with a cliff hanger as the houseguests competed in pairs to see which two would be crowned the new Heads of Household (HoH). At the end of Sunday’s episode of Big Brother 16, four more Big Brother players were nominated for eviction, but two of them found safety by dethroning one HoH in the Battle of the Block competition. Keep reading for this week’s Big Brother 16 spoilers and wrap up.
With two power houses on the block this week, the Big Brother 16 houseguest were determined to eliminate their biggest threat on Thursday’s episode. After Donny used the Power of Veto on Jocasta, Devin found himself on the block. The big question is: did the house strategy go as planned to eliminate Devin or did cowboy Caleb get bucked off Big Brother 16 this week? Keep reading for spoilers if you haven’t seen Thursday’s elimination episode this week.
Big Brother 16 is only in its third week, but there has already been a season worth of drama. As usual, there has been two new heads of household, four nominees and a evicted houseguest over the past week.
Keep reading to find out which head of household remains in power and who their nominees for eviction are, and find why the whole Big Brother house seems to be working to save those nominees. If you haven’t seen Sunday night’s episode, then this article could contain spoiler. Get more…