Published by on Thursday, October 31, 2013 at 8:47 am.
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Oprah Winfrey had to set Jenny McCarthy straight on some things recently, but only in the best way possible. McCarthy revealed to Andy Cohen that she was “scared of Oprah” because a five-year deal the pair made for Jenny to do a show on the OWN network ended up getting scrapped back in 2011.
Cohen asked, “So you think you’re on her list”
“I’m sure there’s probably a lot of people on her s*** list,” The View cohost shared. “I’m probably number four.”
But Oprah herself weighed in on the matter on Twitter to set the record straight.
“@JennyMcCarthy I don’t have a s*** list. If I did you’d never be on it,” Winfrey tweeted. “Wishing you only good, fortune love and light and watching @theview.”
So need to fear Jenny, all is good according to Lady O. She’s singlehandedly keeping it classy and correct in Hollywood.
Published by on Wednesday, January 16, 2013 at 10:00 am.
He’s already gone on the radio to tell the truth about he and Kenya Moore’s fake, done-for-TV relationship. Now Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Walter Jackson is asking Bravo exec Andy Cohen to let him spill the beans on TV.
Taking to Twitter, Jackson reached out to Cohen, who’s also the executive producer of the Real Housewives franchise, if he could go on his show Watch What Happens: Live to give some secrets. “Hi @BravoAndy, I am willing to come on your show,” he tweeted, “and prove that we hadn’t seen or talked to each other until the show started taping.”
If telling his side wasn’t enough, Jackson has also made sure he’s been spotted out on dates. He was recently spotted at an Atlanta hot spot and obliging every photo opportunity with a female in the joint. But, at this point, we all know the deal… And if Cohen doesn’t want this perceived fakeness infecting his hit reality series, Jackson should have his day on Bravo to, hmm, keep it real.