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'Ghostbusters' Leslie Jones on How Whoopi Goldberg Inspired Her
The comedian visited "The View" to talk about her role in the new "Ghostbusters" film.
Selena Gomez, Adam Lambert, Britney Spears and More Record Tribute Song for Orlando Victims
Some of the music industry's biggest stars have joined hands to produce a musical tribute to the victims of the Orlando shooting . The single "Hands," featuring Mary J. Blige, Jason Derulo, Selena Gomez , Adam Lambert, Jennifer Lopez , Pink, Nate Ruess, RuPaul, Jussie Smollett, Britney Spears ,
Michelle Collins Announces She's Leaving 'The View'
Michelle Collins is leaving " The View ." The TV personality announced on Instagram Friday that her first season on the show will also be her last. Calling this past year "the most surreal and fabulous year of my life," Collins thanked her former colleagues for being "an incredibly hardworking
How Having HIV Has Changed Charlie Sheen
Charlie Sheen is hoping some good can come out of his HIV diagnosis. "I guess certain things happen for a reason," Sheen, 50, told People in a recent interview. "And maybe all of the stuff that I've done professionally, to garner such attention and fanfare and whatever else -- good or bad -- was
Whoopi Goldberg Warns Trump After 'My African American' Comment
The presumptive GOP nominee's phrasing of a black supporter at his rally sparks sharp reaction.
Whoopi Goldberg's Daughter Gives Her a Special Mother's Day Gift
Alex Martin stopped by "The View" to share a meaningful Mother's Day gift with her mom.
'The View' Determines if Justin Bieber May Have Overreacted About Fan Photos
The co-hosts discuss the singer's online post alerting fans that he is finished posing for photos in public.
Whoopi Goldberg Pulls Off 'Sister Act' Surprise for Deserving Nuns
The Franciscan Handmaids of the Most Pure Heart of Mary are one of just three orders of black nuns in the U.S.
Celebrities React to Prince's Death on Social Media
"Purple Rain" singer Prince died today at age 57, and tributes to the singer have been pouring in ever since. Chief among them was Aretha Franklin, who told ABC News: "It was just a blow -- a real blow He had longevity in the industry simply because he was a natural and he had 'it'. What they call