Page Six Senior Reporter Carlos Greer tells us what’s going on behind the scenes.
Kristin Cavallari gets real about what makes good reality TV.
Oscar nominations are in and it feels like there are as many snubs as nominees.
Shakeup at “The View”
Joy Behar, Abby Huntsman, guest Jamie Lee Curtis, Sunny Hostin and Meghan McCain on “The View”.Getty Images
Abby Huntsman announced on Monday she’s quitting “The View” to join her father, Jon Huntsman Jr., on his Utah gubernatorial campaign.
But Page Six is told that the campaign isn’t the real reason for her exit from the ABC fixture, which has recently been rocked by a breakdown in the relationship between Meghan McCain and her fellow panelists.
Page Six senior reporter Carlos Greer joins Maggie and Ian to breakdown the shift on the popular ABC show.
Kristin Cavallari gets real about reality TV
Kristin Cavallari visited the “We Hear” studio to dish on her E! series, “Very Cavallari” and how she wants to do reality TV.
“I’m not here just to put people on camera who are willing to flip a table and pull hair. I want to have an authentic show where it’s emotional but it comes from a real place,” she tells us.
Oscars snubs and shockers
Constance Wu and Jennifer Lopez in “Hustlers”Getty Images
The 2020 Oscar nominations were announced Monday morning, and while the expected juggernauts — “The Irishman,” “1917,” “Once Upon A Time . . . in Hollywood” — secured nods, there were plenty of major slights.
Maggie and Ian go into the actors and films who didn’t make it on the Oscar noms list.