Can't say Joy Behar isn't fair -- she's treating Caitlyn Jenner the same as she would anyone else, and sometimes that means giving her a good jabbing... same as everyone else. We asked Joy if she thought…
Dr. Fredric Brandt was a beloved man. On Thursday, friends and family came out to the Lincoln Center in New York to pay tribute to the famed dermatologist. While his official funeral was on Sunday in Miami, Florida, Kelly Ripa, Joy Behar, and a number of guests came out to commemorate his life. [ Related: Dr. Brandt Was [...]
Joy Behar doesn’t hold fellow comedians Tina Fey and Martin Short responsible for the death of her friend Dr.
Original panelists Barbara Walters and Joy Behar guest co-hosted the special edition, with frequent guest Mario Cantone joining them. read more
Welcome back to our new Q&A feature, Culture Quest, where we're asking the same set of questions to some of the notables stopping by the 92nd Street Y. Below, we find out the culture habits of Joy Behar. [ more › ]
We already know Joe Scarborough will lie to make his point, but even his attempt to turn President Obama into an anti-vaxxer fall flat as comedian Joy Behar has the perfect retort: “My friend Jenny McCarthy is in the middle of this,” Behar said. Show More Summary
Former View cohost Joy Behar joked on Morning Joe Tuesday morning that the reemergence of vaccine denialism thanks to a handful of GOP figures meant her old colleague Jenny McCarthy, in large part responsible for the mainstreaming of the vaccine-autism link, was suddenly presidential candidate material, at least on the right.
Let's talk about baloney, shall we? I'm not talking about the meat you put in a sandwich. I'm talking about celiac disease -- a serious genetic condition that television personality Joy Behar dubbed as "baloney" on the Jan. 20, 2015 episode of MSNBC's Morning Joe show. Show More Summary
This week's video features Joy Behar, the comedian and former co-host of "The View" in a scene from her autobiographical show.
If your'e a fan of The View, then you're a fan of Joy Behar. And if you're a fan of Joy Behar, then you will really enjoy her new one-woman show, Me, My Mouth & I, now playing off-Broadway at the Cherry Lane Theater. If you're a fan of The View, however, you will be disappointed that [...]
While discussing The View on Tuesday's Wendy Williams Show, Joy Behar called Nicolle Wallace “a day at the beach” in comparison to her ultra-conservative predecessor Elisabeth Hasselbeck. Hasselbeck, who has since moved on to a cozyShow More Summary
Joy Behar killed it on opening night for her one-woman show, “Me, My Mouth & I,” and bravely barreled through jokes about her former boss Barbara Walters — who happened to be in the audience.
The former 'The View' host calls Limbaugh a "racist" and Cosby "not funny" read more
Amid rumors that the new leadership of The View may be looking to bring back former co-hosts Joy Behar and Sherri Shepherd amidst sagging ratings, Shepherd will make her debut as a guest on rival The Talk. Shepherd is set to appear on The...Show More Summary
In a year that has already seen a LOT of shakeups, it sounds like The View might be seeing even MORE changes in the near future!! With lots of faces coming and going, ratings have taken a significant hit for the daytime talk show, and sources are saying that ABC is trying to stop the bleeding [...]
Dr. Manny Alvarez will explain the CDC’s latest guidelines regarding Ebola Professor Cornel West talks about his arrest in Ferguson Missouri protesting the death of Michael Brown Joy Behar gives her take on the midterm elections and has a preview of her new one-women show
The former cohost of The View will debut her new solo play off-Broadway this fall. read more
Me, My Mouth And I, Joy Behar's one-woman tour through the life and times of Joy Behar, will begin previews November 6 at the historic, intimate (i.e. small) Cherry Lane Theatre in the New York City's West Village. It's slated to open...Show More Summary
Her show “Me, My Mouth and I” is to run for seven weeks this fall at the Cherry Lane Theater.
Joan Rivers, Phyllis Diller, Kathy Griffin, Joy Behar, Whoopi Goldberg, and countless others. Some of the funniest and most ground breaking comedians of all time and all of them women. Naturally, none of them had an easy journey to the stage or a simple recipe for maintaining success once they got there. Show More Summary