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All New THE VIEW Premieres Monday! Will Rosie, Rosie, Nicolle and Whoopi Click With The Audience?

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The revamped and retooled The View has its season premiere on Monday morning, September 15th,  on ABC.  With a new executive producer in tow, a new studio home, a new look, and a brand new mash-up of co-hosts, can The View return to glory and enchant the viewers?

Whoopi Goldberg is the only remaining co-host from last season, and she will be joined by the returning Rosie O’Donnell, and first time panelists; Rosie Perez and Nicolle Wallace!  Just the other day the first group photo of the new The View gals was released (pictured here).

As well in some recent electronic press interviews, O’Donnell revealed one of her reasons to returning to the fold: “What drew me back was the opportunity to work with Whoopi Goldberg.  I have admired her since I saw her in her first one-woman show, back when we were both younger and less gray.”  Rosie also offered up  who’s trulu the brains of the new panel: “Nicolle is much smarter I ever will be.  She probably would kick my ass on the SATs.”

Nicolle Wallace offered up: “I’d love to hear what my co-hosts think about this country maybe having to do something to protect ourselves from these new terrorists Isis.  I think people want to hear what Rosie O’Donnell and Whoopi Goldberg and Rosie Perez think about things.”

So are you interested in hearing what the four ladies have to say about numerous topics each morning? Do you think this configuration will be a success?   Are you going to check the revamped line-up? Let us know!

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su0000
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su0000

lol!!!
yuck!
I have watched the view for about 10 minutes at different times..
It is noisy lol … they just talk about nonsense stuff.. ..
It was a bit horrible when they all laugh once at at each other.. LOUD!
I do not like it .. It is meaningless ..

I’m sure others enjoy it, but not for me ..

Harry
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Harry

Rosie looks great! I will give it a chance as I have not watched this show in years.

Amanda
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Amanda

This show is heading down the tubes and lost its freshness long ago. It seems like this is sort of a last ditch effort to save it. Honestly, how many times can the panelists, who always talk at the same time over each other, be changed on this show before most people are turned off of it?

Rosie O’Donnell, again? No thanks. I couldn’t care less what that overbearing loudmouth thinks about anything. She wore out her welcome years ago on her former daytime talk show.

Tony Polar
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Tony Polar

Agreed – she’s totally obnoxious –
this show has had it – if ABC had half a brain they would bring back
a combo of ONE LIFE TO LIVE with overtones of ALL MY CHILDREN –
That’s what they should do, not this crap –

Jamesj75
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Jamesj75

Why on earth they would rehire Rosie O’Donnell is beyond me! The way she acted in that infamous show of her argument with Elisabeth Hasselbeck should have closed the View door to any return ever! I also expect her to butt heads with Whoopie. When Rosie was on previously, she was the moderator (in control of the conversation); she won’t want to take a backseat to Whoopie. I’m no fan of Whoopie either. Whoopie always makes sure Whoopie gets her points across and routinely cuts off the other panelists, particularly if they disagree with her. Whoopie also loves to play… Read more »

Harry
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Harry

The way Rosie acted? Listen, it’s TPTB from ABC who split the screen who are the real culprits here. They exploited the heck out of the fight between those two women while playing it for it is worth. Rosie is great, she looks great after losing the weight and today she seemed like she was trying real hard to tone it down. Whoopi also looked great and is always a sight for sore eyes. They paid a very touching homage to Joan Rivers and spoke of Robin Williams. I don’t watch The View but will try and tune in from… Read more »

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Anyone who argues with Elizabeth Hasselbeck is okay by me. Go Rosie!

CeeCee
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CeeCee

Hi, James. I get what you are saying, but everyone deserves a second chance. As you have indicated, O’Donnell had a ‘beef’ with Elizabeth. They never did mesh. I like Rosie O and also like Rosie P. So, it remains to be seen…I hope it is all for the good. I am beyond happy to see Whoopi stay put. I love her so much…what a delight to listen to her no-nonsense comments….she is both honest and diplomatic…..and, lest I forget; her humor never gets old or mundane. If anyone can keep order in ‘the court’ that is the view, it… Read more »

Lou Piikes
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Lou Piikes

The View is so bland now. Hot topics is so annoying, it sounds like a public service announcement.

Harry
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Harry

They’re just trying out their sea legs, Lou. It felt a little awkward but they’ll get there.
I think Whoopi is very sad about losing her very dear friend Robin Williams and she is just trying to hold it together. It can’t be easy for her.

CeeCee
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CeeCee

Bland? Is that why a certain ‘TALK’ show mimics it?…. Down to the number of hosts (originally 5) to sitting at ‘THE’ table.
At least, there is always one panelist with a little more education than the school of Black Sabbath.

tyler
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tyler

These talk shows are full of narcissistic hypocrites who pretend their behavior and lives are much fuller and honest than the people they’re gossiping about. I’ll stick with Oprah, at least I know she’s coming from a good place.

Jared
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Jared

The only place Oprah comes from is narcissism. She’s the worst of them all.

tyler
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tyler

Oprah is an open book and far from narcissistic. There’s nothing wrong with having pride in your accomplishments, she went from nothing to a self made billionaire without stepping on any toes and she has always treated people with the upmost respect. These talk shows, news shows and radio shows believe humiliating people, gossiping, talking over one another and making assumptions about someone’s personal life based on tabloid rumors is entertainment.

CeeCee
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CeeCee

Tyler…it is called entertainment…some of us like it, some of us don ‘t. That ‘s not to say I don’t miss Oprah…I love her to the hilt. But, she’s one of a kind and she is hard to compare to any other. There are a chosen few in this world….she is one of them.
I LOVE THE VIEW. By the same token, you are entitled to your opinion……let’s not call the kettle black….who is narcissistic ?

Charday
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Charday

A bunch of cackling hens talking over each other. I will only watch (on you tube) for the inevitable bitch-fight between Rosie O and Whoopi. You know it’s coming!

nancy
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nancy

I watched for awhile and then had to stop.There is no chemistry anymore.I felt so bad for whoppi.The show is horrible.

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Elite Advisors

Well I just finished watching it, as I taped it only for curiosity… it was dull and boring. A lot of forced happy smiles… I absolutely cannot imagine this show going past this year. They called it the new view, and the craziest thing was it opened by kissing Barbara Walters hand as she was seated in a throne, as the Queen. It was absolutely ridiculous! Whoopis face during that was hilarious, you gotta watch that just for the laugh! Can you even imagine? LOL! ABC better get ready to find another replacement. On another note, I also taped the… Read more »

Shelly
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Shelly

Quit watching Years ago. All they would ever do is scream and talk over each other. Plus I can NOT stand Rosie Odonnel! I got grass to watch grow instead of watch that!

Jared
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Jared

We live in a world where Rosie O’Donnell is on abc daytime and Erika Slezak is not. That’s sad.

Patrick
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Patrick

they need to get hack to the around the table… like adults and talk it out that seating setup was too much posturing…. staid… polite… and formal I don’t expect to see cat fights….. all the producers have to do is watch the talk.. and get that their 4 personalities manage quite well around the table in a close knit fit Whoopie, Rose P., and Rosie O… have wonderful personalities to share…. just cut to the chase and leap forward I also thought the set was too bright and colorful… if that’s the case… go with it…. enliven spar… shared… Read more »

rebecca1
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rebecca1

I like The Talk. That’s an example of four women with sometimes differing opinions/perspectives who manage to discuss it while being fun, funny and entertaining. For the most part a very feel-good show.

By contrast, I detested The View…opinionated, judemental, sometimes racist, sometimes anti-semitic…very combative.

mgb357
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mgb357

Why is this story even on this soap related website. I don’t care…

BUT — it would have been nice if ABC would have spent actual advertising dollars on the soaps. Maybe the audience wouldn’t have disappeared.. Just wish this show would vanish…

rebecca1
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rebecca1

As mentioned above I watched The View on off hours years ago. Started off good…degenerated quickly. I tuned in to see the new panel and for me, it’s not working. It’s uncomfortable…they’re trying so hard to not argue that it’s awkward. However, I saw a glimpse of what’s to come and I don’t like it. Example: The woman with the Republican point of view, Nicole Wallace, said she felt Joe Biden worked well with others because he genuinely liked people. Obama didn’t work well with others because she feels he doesn’t like people. Rosie O’Donnell’s response? (And I’m paraphrasing…) “So… Read more »

CeeCee
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CeeCee

It is just as bad when a certain panelist on THE TALK makes cultural slurs against Italians. My mother-in-law, who is Italian-born was so upset, she called the network in California. Of course, nothing was done about it because Julie Chen’s husband is the producer of that show. I live in Suffolk County, NY….which includes Southampton…..a lot of gossip circulates in these small communities.I had already stopped watching when Leah Remini and Holly Robinson were fired…..two reasons why I started watching in the first place….all because of behind-the-scenes politics. My point? It is the same anywhere and everywhere. I have… Read more »

rebecca1
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rebecca1

I turned off Whoopi on several occasions: one when she resented non smokers having a problem with her smoking in her apartment building. I can tell you…smoke travels. She was quite selfish about it…also didn’t like the fact that smokers couldn’t smoke in restaurants, etc. I am ADAMANTLY against smoking…and I thought it was great when the law went into effect that smokers couldn’t smoke in the workplace, restaurants, bars, etc. It is the right of people to breathe healthy air; if smokers want to inhale cancer-causing substances they should gather together and live in the same building, go to… Read more »

CeeCee
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CeeCee

Of course I agree with you, rebecca. No one in my family smokes. Well, I need to back up……my sister and her husband started puffing on these ‘fake’ things….drives me up the wall….not cool. So, I understand, albeit Whoopi has stopped smoking, or so she says. She makes me laugh, and honestly I needed that….I went to hell and back during my pregnancy…I thank God for a healthy baby. The other stuff, I seem to be oblivious to it. I have never heard Whoopi support Mel Gibson…..surprising, since I think he’s not all there. I did not watch much TV… Read more »

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Hi CeeCee…so funny running into you “here” instead of over “there.” LOL! So sorry you had a difficult pregnancy and congratulations on your baby! I’m surprised at your impressions of The Talk. I didn’t notice anything offensive…but we all notice different things depending on our sensitivities. As for Mrs. O…I do believe you can say whatever you want about Sharon…I won’t tell. 😉 I find her very blunt, crude yet entertaining. She’s also a hypocrite. I remember how she made dreadful fun of Susan Boyle. Do you know who she is? She won Britain’s Got Talent…very beautiful opera-type voice but… Read more »

jaybird369
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jaybird369

Hi CeeCee,

I just wanted to CONGRATULATE YOU on your recent bundle of joy…Ga Ga Goo Goo!!!!! Sorry…the BIG KID IN ME couldn’t resist…LOL!!!!! And I hope that your baby is happy, healthy and smiling. Yes. Again…CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!

Take care, CeeCee. Peace.

CeeCee
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CeeCee

@jaybird…thank you for your well wishes….peace out, right back ‘atcha’.

Patrick
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Patrick

The “View” : had it’s BEST season premiere ratings : in 8 years

thank you….. and thank you…. fans of

two Rosie’s

and I love them both
along with Whoopie

I’m just smiling… that Rosie Perez is ON an every day basis

she’s spitfire, present, adorable, and cute as a button

Laurie
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Laurie

Thank you, Rebecca1! In regard to Whoopi and her eye-rolling looks of disgust, my friends thought I was exaggerating. Some of it was during interviews on the couch w/guests as well, which is double rude. I couldn’t find anything wrong w/Sherri or Jenny’so line of questioning or conversations w/guests, I concluded it might be a control for individual air -time, a power trip, or backstage chaos. For years now the tension between the hosts on that set has seemed so palpable to me. Yikes! That must such for the guests. Meredith Vieira and Joy Behar were my favorites. I didn’t… Read more »

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Hi Laurie. You’re welcome! LOL…I don’t know how your friends could have missed the eye rolling (if they watched the show)…she did it every episode! Have to disagree with you though on Sherri and Jenny…and don’t even get me started on Elizabeth!!! Couldn’t stand any of them. Liked Sherri at the beginning. (Saw her in a few movies as well as DWTS and liked her as an entertainer.) But the more she talked about her religion and her son the more I couldn’t bear her. And anything racial was a very heated topic with her. Jenny? Once you make a… Read more »

jaybird369
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jaybird369

Hi rebecca1, 1. RIGHT ON about Meredith Vieira, Lisa Ling and Joy Behar!!!!! Meredith will always be my ALL-TIME FAVE!!!!! 2. I have been such a BIG FAN of Joy’s ever since her stand-up comedy days. 3. More and more, I L-O-V-E to watch Lisa on her current show Our America…which airs on OWN. I usually watch it on OWN On-Demand. Rebecca, if you haven’t seen it, here’s a brief rundown and all: Every week, Lisa Ling travels from state and state and all to do realistic and hard-hitting interviews. But, Lisa does this with A LOT of intelligence, sensitivity… Read more »

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Hi Jaybird369…

LOL…I’ve read some of your posts. To quote an old “groovy” expression…you’re a trip! 😉

Thanks for your response and yes…I agree with everything you said!

Lata!

jaybird369
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jaybird369

Hey there Rebecca1,

My dear…more and more, your posts are PERFECTLY SPOT-ON!!!!! And…as far as I’m concerned, you REFUSE to hold back. Thank You. Girlfriend, personality-wise, you are A-C-E-S all the way!!!!! Not to get too personal or whatever, but, if you have a husband or a boyfriend…I hope that your fella knows how VERY LUCKY he is to have you in his life. Yes.

Rebecca, as I’m closing for now, as me and my people/peeps VERY RESPECTFULLY say back in Louisiana aka Cajun Country…LATER GATOR!!!!!

Peace.

rebecca1
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rebecca1

Once again, jaybird369, you put a smile on my face! Thanks for the compliments…back at ya! Cajun County…I loved New Orleans…but spicy food, how shall I put this mildly (no pun intended…well…pun should be intended…kinda works!) burns my face off!!!! But those beignets and funky music…heaven!

jaybird369
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jaybird369

Rebecca,

Hello, dah’ling!!!!! Emotionally speaking, you flatter me. Suddenly…I’m blushing…LOL!!!!! Anyway, at age 46, I STILL L-O-V-E spicy food!!!!! And, emotionally speaking…I CANNOT get W-I-L-D if my food is MILD!!!!! Oh, I am too much…LOL!!!!! Ah, yes…New Orleans. New Orleans aka my deceased mom’s (Rest In Peace, Ma.) hometown. Oh, the memories!!!!!

Have a good one, Rebecca. XOXOXOXOXO

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GH’s Josh Swickard Stars in HBO Max Film ‘A Hollywood Christmas’

Circle Thursday, December 1st! That’s when you can see General Hospital’s Josh Swickard (Chase) in yet another holiday film.  This time, Swickard stars alongside Jessika Van in A H0llywood Christmas streaming on HBO Max.

In story, A Hollywood Christmas follows Jessica, a successful Christmas movie director, who begins living her own real-life Christmas movie when a handsome television executive named Christopher (played by Swickard), shows up on the set.

Sent by the network to decide if producing Christmas movies are worth the expense, Christopher’s presence threatens to halt production on Jessica’s latest film. With Christopher looking over her shoulder on behalf of the network, Jessica now has to juggle: actors on the set falling in and out of love, an elf dog, and her own romantic feelings for the network exec!

As many are aware, Josh stars in many holiday films, so it’s a bit of send-up about a guy who is in Christmas movies starring in a movie about the making of one.

Warner Brothers posted tune-in info on their official Instagram a few days ago, sharing, “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas… #AHollywoodChristmas premieres in SIX Days! Spend the #HolidaysWithHBOMax.”

You can check out the trailer below.

Will you be checking out Josh in ‘A Hollywood Christmas’ starting this Thursday? Comment below.

 

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Jack McBrayer and JoJo Siwa Named Hosts For First Annual ‘Children’s & Family Emmy Awards’

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) has announced that Emmy nominee and former 30 Rock star Jack McBrayer (ex-Kenneth), and Emmy nominee and music and social media sensation JoJo Siwa, will host the first annual Children’s & Family Emmy Awards.

McBrayer will preside over the Children’s & Family main ceremony on Sunday, December 11 and Siwa will lead the Children’s & Family Creative Arts Emmy ceremony on Saturday, December 10.  Both events will take place at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles.

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In addition, XOMG POP!, the all-girl pop group created by Jess and JoJo Siwa, will perform at during Creative Arts ceremony. Dancing with the Stars fans will also recall that JoJo Siwa along with pro dance partner, Jenna Johnson took 2nd place during season 30 of the ballroom dance competition series, becoming the first all-female team to compete.

Siwa is also a bestselling author, singer and film star with over over  60.5 million followers on social media and 3.6 billion views on YouTube.  Her first-ever tour, D.R.E.A.M. The Tour, sold out 100+ arenas as she became the youngest artist ever to headline and sell out the O2 Arena in London.  She was named one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in 2020.

McBrayer is nominated this year for a Children’s & Family Emmy for Outstanding Host for his work on Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show. Siwa has two nominations – one for Outstanding Choreography for her Peacock show Siwas Dance Pop Revolution, and one for Outstanding Music Direction and Composition for a Live Action Program.

In a statement, the actor shared: “I am thrilled to be hosting the first Emmys ceremony specifically created to recognize the important and influential Children’s & Family genre.  It is truly an honor to be celebrating all of the individuals whose wonderful contributions remind us that great television can entertain, educate and bring together people of all ages.”

Siwa added, “I am honored to be hosting the very first Children’s & Family Emmy Awards, and to be a nominee in both outstanding choreography and outstanding music direction and composition for a live action program. It’s sure to be a fun-filled evening with my girl group, XOMG POP! kicking off the night with what will be a great performance!”

Adam Sharp, President and CEO, NATAS shared on the host announcements: “We’re thrilled to recognize the fastest-growing genre in television by launching the Children’s & Family Emmys with such cultural powerhouses as Jack McBrayer and JoJo Siwa. Their undeniable energy and enthusiasm perfectly capture the tone which will set this ceremony and competition apart for years to come.”

The Children’s & Family awards are the first standalone expansion of the Emmy Award competition since 1979 and marks the successful culmination of the first full year of the realignment between NATAS and the Television Academy.  With nearly 3,000 submissions, the competition is now the largest that NATAS oversees.

You can view the nominations here.

So, what do you think of NATAS’ picks of JoJo Siwa and Jack McBrayer to host the inaugural Children’s & Family Emmy Awards? Comment below.

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Irene Cara, Best-Known For Smash Hits ‘Fame’ and ‘Flashdance… What A Feeling’, Dead at 63

Oscar and Grammy winner, Irene Cara has passed away.  The singer/songwriter/actress, known for her memorable vocal performances to the theme of the hit movie, Fame, and singing the title track to another 80’s blockbuster, Flashdance, apparently died in her Florida home yesterday. The cause of death is not yet known.

According to her publicist, Judith Moore on Twitter, the rep shared: “This is the absolute worst part of being a publicist. I can’t believe I’ve had to write this, let alone release the news.  It is with profound sadness that on behalf of her family I announce the passing of Irene Cara. The Academy Award-winning actress, singer, songwriter and producer passed away in her Florida home.  Irene’s family has requested privacy as they process their grief. She was a beautifully gifted soul whose legacy will live forever through her music and films.”

A little known fact is that Irene’s first acting gig was on the daytime drama, Love of Life from 1970-1971 in the role of Daisy Allen.   She later appeared in TV roles on: What’s Happening, Kojak, Roots: The Next Generations, and in the film, Sparkle and many more.

Later, Cara first rose to prominence when she was cast in the 1980’s musical film Fame, where she sang the title track and starred in as Coco Hernandez.  Her vocal performance in Fame earned her two Grammy Award nominations for Best New Artist and Best Pop Vocal Performance Female in 1981.

Two years later, Cara not only picked up two Grammy Awards for her performance, but also an Oscar for  co-writing, “Flashdance… What a Feeling” from another 80’s pop culture smash, Flashdance.  At the Grammys in 1984, Irene won for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female, and Best Album of an Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or a Television Special.  She took home the Oscar for Best Original Song at the Academy Awards in 1983.

Cara’s rep added, that at the time of Irene’s death they were working on new projects: “Working on amazing projects that would have made her  and her fans incredibly happy. Her manager and I will finish them. She’d want that.”

Share your thoughts and remembrances on the passing of Irene Cara via the comment section below.

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