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Since that semi-tumultuous parting of ways, Mc Carthy told The Wrap she’s watched just a few “View” episodes, but she promises there are “zero hard feelings” on her end about how the ABC morning show moved on without her.
See photos: 40 Actresses Over 40 Who Are Still Conquering Hollywood (Photos) “I’ve always been one to kind of cheer on the next group and empower women and keep that girl code going,” Mc Carthy told The Wrap on Thursday.
In 1995, Mc Carthy’s wish to make it big in Hollywood came true.
She became co-host of MTV’s dating game show “Singled Out” and hosted 130 episodes before moving on.
“I knew during ‘Singled Out,’ he was so intelligent — he’s smarter than the [MTV dating] show, obviously.
One of the replacement panelists, Nicolle Wallace, is definitely the former, but decidedly not the latter.
We have no idea what went on during meetings to decide how the music channel would capitalize on Mc Carthy’s popularity, but taking into account Mc Carthy’s clear affinity for comedy, at least her propensity for acting goofy and crossing her eyes, a sketch-comedy show built around the buxom blonde seemed like a good fit.