Rosie O’Donnell has made headlines over the years for getting into heated arguments with celebrities such as Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Donald Trump, but one of the first times the “Queen of Nice” showed her tough side was in an 1999 interview with Tom Selleck about his involvement with the National Rifle Association. Selleck was appearing... Read more »
The proof is in the gluten-free pudding! In exclusive documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, a federal court judge dismissed a $1 million lawsuit claiming Elisabeth Hasselbeck plagiarized her two cookbooks. In… READ ON
We now know who will replace Elisabeth Hasselbeck on Fox News. Ainsley Earhardt will join Fox & Friends’ morning show. Hasselbeck left the show in December to spend more time
The Fox News Network has picked its replacement for “Fox & Friends’ co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who left the show at the end of last year. USA Today reports that the job will go to Ainsley Earhardt, who is on the...
Earnhardt has been with Fox News since 2007.
Fox & Friends First co-anchor Ainsley Earhardt will debut February 29 as Elisabeth Hasselbeck’s replacement on Fox News Channel’s morning show Fox & Friends, the network announced this morning. Earhardt began her career at FNC in 2007 as a correspondent, and has been co-host of Fox & Friends First, airing weekdays 5-6AM ET. Show More Summary
Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Matthew West will co-host the 2016 K-LOVE Fan Awards program together for the first time this summer.
The goodbye from ‘Fox & Friends’ was tearful Tuesday (Dec. 22) for co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who announced her departure from the program last month to spend more time with her children and husband. Hasselbeck, a former ‘Survivor’ contestant turned ‘View’ co-host, had been on Fox News Channel‘s morning program since 2013. Show More Summary
After serving as Fox & Friend's morning anchor for two years, Elisabeth Hasselbeck has made the decision to leave the show and focus on her...
Tuesday was a sad day for Elisabeth Hasselbeck! The controversial commenter gave a fond farewell to her team at Fox & Friends, since it was her last day on the show. However, the 38-year-old had a tough time saying her goodbyes! The momma-of-three teared up when co-hosts Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade showed a video montage of [...]
"I've been so blessed by all of you."
Fox & Friends used much of their show today in order to give Elisabeth a grand send-off for her final day as co-host.
From the December 17 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends: ELISABETH HASSELBECK: I say this. Just wait. Just wait until beyond primary season. Because number one, what he said is wrong. We're more than fair and give a ton of time to him and enjoy having him here to hear what he has to, in his plan, offer the country in terms of his political platform. Show More Summary
From the December 10 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends: ELISABETH HASSELBECK (HOST): A newly released email from the Pentagon may be the smoking gun in the Benghazi investigation. The email addressed to top aides of Hillary Clinton shows the United States military was gearing up to respond to the Benghazi terror attacks. Show More Summary
If President Obama were a better president, Trump wouldn’t have to be such a bigot, Fox's Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Brian Kilmeade argued. With all the bi-partisan outrage at Donald Trump’s hideous plan to bar Muslims from entering the...Show More Summary
On Tuesday's edition of "Fox & Friends," co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck blamed -- guess who? -- President Barack Obama for Donald Trump's recent proposal to ban all Muslims from entering the country. If Obama were a more forceful leader,...Show More Summary
Twice-baked halfwit Elisabeth Hasselbeck hasn’t vacated the Fox News studios yet, even though she PROMISED she was quitting to go spend more time making PB&J for her Hassel-spawn, and less time helping her cohosts Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade hack up whatever pencil shavings they just eated, again. But alas, she is not gone quite
What passes for logic on "Fox & Friends"? Americans "must go to extremes" now "to feel safe," hence Trump
The hosts of Fox & Friends suggested on Tuesday that Donald Trump had been forced to “go to the extremes” with his plan to ban all Muslims from coming into the U.S. because President Barack Obama had failed to make people “feel safe.” “Unprecedented that religion...
Fox & Friends hosts criticized President Obama's December 6 remarks on terrorism following the San Bernardino shooting, with Elisabeth Hasselbeck claiming "It's a sad state when [Obama] gets credit for actually using the word [terrorism]...Show More Summary