In video and as quoted in Ryan Lizza's New Yorker article about Christie. The article doesn't have the continuation of the quote: "Not that I care. I don't give a shit. I mean, I don't care how pissed off you are with these jokes, Governor, because, first of all, you can do the worst you want on me. Show More Summary
In my recent piece about New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, I described an incident that occurred last week:...read more
Ooooohhh! And the truth comes out! Barbara Walters has FINALLY addressed the controversy surrounding the exits of Joy Behar & Elisabeth Hasselbeck from The View! So what was the reasoning? Bad blood? Were they fired?! NOPE! Were they both pushed out?!?! Well… not really. Barbara explained: “These are not Barbara and Bill [Geddie]’s decisions. The network [...]
Also: Newly surfaced video shows Christie having a tense and awkward moment with comedian Joy Behar
Governor Chris Christie is known for his bullying tactics with his constituents and the media and it appears that he continued his aggressive ways at a roast for former NJ Gov. Brendan Byrne, when Joy Behar was doing her routine. Ryan Lizza: The Newark roast wasn’t going well, either. Show More Summary
Chris Christie has long portrayed himself as someone who makes the "tough decisions" normal politicians can't—who stands up to society's leeches and tells them to stop sucking away taxpayer blood—a warrior who'll go toe-to-toe with anyone on either side of the aisle...unless that person is 71-year-old daytime television host Joy Behar. Read more...
Video has emerged of the April 1 roast of former New Jersey Governor Brendan Byrne attended by Chris Christie, in which many of the speakers uncomfortably rattled the governor over the Bridgegate scandal. Among them was Joy Behar, who stuck...
The New Yorker's Ryan Lizza has posted footage from comedian Joy Behar's awkward and uncomfortable roasting of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie last week. In a lengthy piece on Christie published Monday morning, Lizza included details of the recent roast of former New Jersey Gov. Show More Summary
The New Jersey governor appeared to have a sense of humor failure as the former host of The View joked about his ongoing bridge scandal
It may have been a celebrity roast, but Former co-host of “The View” Joy Behar Chris Christie took things pretty far at an event in Newark, New Jersey on April 1. “When I first heard that he was accused of blocking off three lanes on...Show More Summary
The New Yorker's Ryan Lizza has a fantastic new story chronicling New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's (R) rise to power, fall from grace, and alleged pettiness. And in it, he flagged some of the jocular abuse Christie took at the hands of various comedians during a roast earlier this month in honor of a former governor. Show More Summary
Joy Behar roasted Chris Christie at a New Jersey function recently, and things got kind of awkward. Maybe the point when Christie tried to see Behar's cards and she shouted, "don't bully me!" and then told him he was "toast" was when we knew things weren't exactly friendly between the two of them. WATCH: (h/t Ravi Somaiya)
Tuesday morning Lizza posted video of Behar's performance, in which she zinged Chrsitie on his weight, his scandals, and his potentially dashed presidential ambitions.
Whatever else you do this week, carve out half an hour to read my colleague Ryan Lizza’s piece about Chris Christie and New Jersey politics. It’s Robert Penn Warren meets Carl Hiaasen on the west bank of the Hudson. By the time you get...Show More Summary
Greg Gutfeld, the Joy Behar of Fox News, has a new book out (HAVEN'T READ) called "Not Cool: The Hipster Elite And Their War on You." What is and is not "cool," according to Greg Gutfeld? A brief guide below. Read more...
Since Sherri Shepherd, Emmy Award-Winning Cohost of The View, is a public figure constantly in the limelight, she’s learned some excellent coping mechanisms for dealing with criticism. “Joy Behar once said to me, ‘As soon as you open your mouth, you're going to lose half of your audience,’ and it’s true," said Sherri. Show More Summary
Since "The View" first premiered in 1997, co-hosts have come and gone, but viewers still remember the original five: Barbara Walters, Joy Behar, Star Jones, Meredith Vieira and Debbie Matenopoulos. Matenopoulos, often criticized and parodied for her 22-year-old point of view, was fired after two years. Show More Summary
REJOICE!!! The newest addition on The View is DEF here to stay! Jenny McCarthy took her seat at the table this season after the departure of Joy Behar and Elizabeth Hasselbeck. But some said J. Mack just wasn't cutting it as a co-host! Whatever, h8ers! Barbara Walters doesn't care what they say — she's speaking out [...]
"'They're like siblings," Elisabeth Hasselbeck says of her companions on "FOX and Friends" curvy white couch. "I keep calling them my brothers, because they feel like that. Certainly, they're unique."
Happy Birthday to Simon Cowellgall! The ‘X Factor’ judge and dad-to-be is 54 today. Let’s see who else is celebrating a birthday. TV personality Joy Behar is 71. Drummer Kevin Godley of 10cc is 68. Country singer Kieran Kane … Continue reading »